isbn 9780993374500 MAZZOLENI GALLERY
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Burri was an undisputed master of twentieth-century art; his oeuvre brought a new language to Post-War art and his use of unconventional materials created a new aesthetic that paved the way for many younger artists. This extensive solo exhibition at Mazzoleni London brings together works from several important stages in the artist’s life, many of them from private collections and rarely shown publicly. The majority of the works exhibited come from the Mazzoleni family’s personal collection – a prominent collection of works built up over several decades. Includes an essay written in 1963 by Cesare Brandi (1906-1988), photographs by Aurelio Amendola and an introduction by Vittorio Brandi Rubiu.
136 p, ills colour & bw, 25 x 30 cm, hb, English