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Josef Albers - Gentle venture
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Alberto Biasi - Polytypte 72
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Max Bill - Schwarzes viertel
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Enrico Castellani - Grey surface
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Piero Dorazio - Blue call
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Lucio Fontana - Spatial concept, Waits, cuts
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Lucio Fontana - Spatial concept, Waits, Red
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Enzo Mari - Structure number 731
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Marino Marini - Horse and horseman
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Ennio Morlotti - Wild Centaury
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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 - Polytypte 72
Max Bill - Schwarzes viertel
Enrico Castellani - Grey surface
Piero Dorazio - Blue call
Lucio Fontana - Spatial concept, Waits, cuts
Lucio Fontana - Spatial concept, Waits, Red
Enzo Mari - Structure number 731
Marino Marini - Horse and horseman
Ennio Morlotti - Wild Centaury
Carlo Nangeroni - Continuous serial
Robert Delaunay - Landscape
Mauro Reggiani - Composition
Gerhard Richter - Grey
Victor Vasarely - G.D.4

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The artist, born in New York, moves to Italy at a young age with his brother. In 1944 the two are forced to flee to Swizerland, after having been suspected as American paratroopers. In Bellinzona Carlo Nangeroni meets Lino Invernizzi for the first time. Before returning to the United States, where Carlo Nangeroni will live from 1946 to 1958, the two meet in Genoa, later meeting again in New York during Nangeroni’s exhibition at the Meltzer Gallery. Back in Italy in 1958 and having abandoned his material- expressionist experiences, the artist in the early 1960s moves his research towards new geometric rigueur, focused on the chromatic-perceptive variations of modular structures, still based on a precise geometric-spatial structure. Circles completely invade the surface through a cellular texture, to create real dynamic routes. “This interaction of the circular element – explains Nangeroni – corresponds to a guide trellis which I then do on the surface”. “The circle repeating itself fills the surface, giving an indication of a possible expansion beyond the margins of the support”.

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