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Josef Albers - Gentle venture
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Alberto Biasi - Polytype 72
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Max Bill - Fourth Black
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Enrico Castellani - Gray surface
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Piero Dorazio - Blue call
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Lucio Fontana - Spatial concept, Waits, 7 cuts
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Lucio Fontana - Spatial, Waiting, Red concept
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Enzo Mari - Structure n. 731
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Marino Marini - Horse and Rider
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Ennio Morlotti - Wild Centaurea
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Carlo Nangeroni - Continuous serial
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Robert Delaunay - Landscape
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Mauro Reggiani - Composition
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Gerhard Richter - Grey
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Victor Vasarely - G.D.4
Josef Albers - Gentle venture
Alberto Biasi - Polytype 72
Max Bill - Fourth Black
Enrico Castellani - Gray surface
Piero Dorazio - Blue call
Lucio Fontana - Spatial concept, Waits, 7 cuts
Lucio Fontana - Spatial, Waiting, Red concept
Enzo Mari - Structure n. 731
Marino Marini - Horse and Rider
Ennio Morlotti - Wild Centaurea
Carlo Nangeroni - Continuous serial
Robert Delaunay - Landscape
Mauro Reggiani - Composition
Gerhard Richter - Grey
Victor Vasarely - G.D.4

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The work Rete Spaziale Rosso, Attesa , created by Lucio Fontana in 1965 and exhibited here, belongs to the famous series of Tagli begun in 1958. In Concepts Spaziale the red chromatic background houses a single central surgical laceration of the canvas. The cuts for Fontana, as he himself writes, are “above all a philosophical expression, an act of faith in the infinite, an affirmation of spirituality . When I sit in front of one of my cuts, to contemplate it, I suddenly feel a great relaxation of the spirit, I feel a man freed from the slavery of matter, a man who belongs to the vastness of the present and the future ".


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