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Alfio Castelli - Torso: sculpture
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Emilio Isgrò - Alma's run
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Tancredi Parmeggiani - Hiroshima 2 - Baldoria ad Hiroshima
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Piero Manzoni - Achrome
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Alberto Biasi - Optical interference
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Enzo Mari - Facility # 1074
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Enrico Castellani - White surface
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Mario Nigro - X total space
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Gianfranco Baruchello - Besides she is she and I'm I and, oh dear, how puzzling it all is
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Getulio Alviani - Vibrating texture surface: panel
Alfio Castelli - Torso: sculpture
Emilio Isgrò - Alma's run
Tancredi Parmeggiani - Hiroshima 2 - Baldoria ad Hiroshima
Piero Manzoni - Achrome
Alberto Biasi - Optical interference
Enzo Mari - Facility # 1074
Enrico Castellani - White surface
Mario Nigro - X total space
Gianfranco Baruchello - Besides she is she and I'm I and, oh dear, how puzzling it all is
Getulio Alviani - Vibrating texture surface: panel

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Painting with a white background on which tiny figures and writings are arranged.

Baruchello comes to painting after having trained in Paris in the 1950s and having been in contact with Man Ray, Max Ernst and Marcel Duchamp. His works, usually large 2x2 panels, are characterized by a crowding of tiny images, by a heterogeneity of materials and words. The work represents a multi-directional narration: from a distance you can perceive the overall vision of the work, from close you can distinguish even the smallest detail. The observation of this work thus becomes a performative action, where the viewer is involved and called to see, remember, question and put together the pieces arranged by the author on the canvas. A fruition that never runs out. The work, exhibited at the 1st Biennial of the Progressive Museum of Contemporary Art in Livorno together with some data to be introduced into the heart's computer (1974) by the same author, was donated in 1976 by the artist to his hometown (of Baruchello is also present at Bottini dell'Olio in cold fact).


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