Enrico Castellani was born in Castelmassa (Rovigo) in 1930. He began his artistic career in the milieu of Informale though he soon broke away from this movement. In 1959-60, in Milan, he and Piero Manzoni founded the magazine and art gallery Azimuth, which looked to the rationalist, analytic and constructivist climate emerging on the international scene. Castellani, who was specifically interested in the relation between space and light, did not hesitate to modify the actual structure of the picture, thus creating surfaces modulated by a rhythm of volumes and voids that may be constant or infinitely varied. This is the most extensive book published to date on the figure and oeuvre of Castellani. It analyzes his early 1958 drawings and canvases, his subsequent major installations and his recent works dating from 1992.
Publisher: Edizioni Charta Srl
Number of pages: 152
Weight: 962 g
Dimensions: 230 x 290 x 15 mm
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