The dark light of matter - Works by Roberto Almagno and Sandro Sanna
May 19, 2012
July 8, 2012
Contemporary arts of the XX and XXI century
In the halls of the Bilotti Museum two artists belonging to the same generation reflect and dialogue around space, dynamism and light, through site-specific works, which show the conceptual developments of the Futurist expression of line/power and sign/sculpture as an element that unites space and psyche. The use of wood and ash in Almagno's sculptures refers to the uncertainty and the volatility of human things, while Sanna's paintings retrieve Giacomo Balla's geometric and dynamic abstraction, almost forcing the two-dimensionality of the canvas.
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