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Jan Fabre - The man who measures the clouds
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Lucio Fontana - Spatial Concept, Waits
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Jannis Kounellis - Without title
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Anish Kapoor - Dark Brother
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Michelangelo Pistoletto - Venus of the rags
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Jeff Koons - Without title
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Andy Warhol - Beuys by Warhol
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Agostino Bonalumi - Without title
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Getulio Alviani -  Vibrating texture
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Giovanni Anselmo - Invisible
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Gianni Piacentino - Dark Prussian – Blue Portal IV
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Francesco Clemente - Ave Ovo
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Giovanna Bianco; Pino Valente - The sea does not wet Naples
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Daniel Buren - Axis / Offset
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Léa Lublin - Without title
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Fausto Melotti - The love
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Sol LeWitt - Scribbles
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Gianfranco Baruchello - My cinema
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Giulio Paolini - Dilemma
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Emilio Isgrò -
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Mimmo Paladino - Without title
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Paul Thorel - "Passage of Victory"
Jan Fabre - The man who measures the clouds
Lucio Fontana - Spatial Concept, Waits
Jannis Kounellis - Without title
Anish Kapoor - Dark Brother
Michelangelo Pistoletto - Venus of the rags
Jeff Koons - Without title
Andy Warhol - Beuys by Warhol
Agostino Bonalumi - Without title
Getulio Alviani -  Vibrating texture
Giovanni Anselmo - Invisible
Gianni Piacentino - Dark Prussian – Blue Portal IV
Francesco Clemente - Ave Ovo
Giovanna Bianco; Pino Valente - The sea does not wet Naples
Daniel Buren - Axis / Offset
Léa Lublin - Without title
Fausto Melotti - The love
Sol LeWitt - Scribbles
Gianfranco Baruchello - My cinema
Giulio Paolini - Dilemma
Emilio Isgrò -
Mimmo Paladino - Without title
Paul Thorel - "Passage of Victory"

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Anish Kapoor, Dark Brother, 2005. Courtesy Donnaregina Foundation for Contemporary Arts, Naples. Photo © Amedeo Benestante.Among the protagonists of English sculpture of the eighties, Anish Kapoor with the pigments drawn from the Indian decorative tradition of the Mille Nomi series, with stones or large concave structures, with his mirrored metal sculptures, oscillates with results excellent between solidity and transparency, between geometric and organic, between full and empty, redefining and expanding the concept of sculpture in art. His poetics implodes and at the same time intensifies and deepens the binary relationships, the opposite energies, the antitheses that constitute the visible world and abstract thought through a vision that, never narrative or didactic, coagulates and harmonizes the dynamic tension and the subtle interaction between forces, corporeality and antithetical features. Light and shadow, negative and positive, masculine and feminine, material and immaterial, internal and external, full and empty, concave and convex, shiny and opaque, smooth and rough, natural and artificial, rigid and soft, solid and liquid, active and inert, and ultimately order and disorder, are but some of the polarities which concretize the sensitive universe and which, activated and forged in the synoptic potential and sensuality of the form, metaphor and metabolize the mystery of life by induction. In the hollow on the floor of his room at the Madre, Kapoor, with a great displacement effect, conveys the viewer's gaze towards infinity and towards the bowels of mother earth.

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