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From the series Sculptures

Single piece Signed Dated Titled

Reference

310703be

Year

2003

Medium

Sculpture

Size

30 x 80 x 4 cm
11.81 x 32 x 1.57 in

Price

1500,00 €

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  • About the work

Acrylic on wood

Renato Spagnoli "A-Zenobia", curated by Francesca Pepi, ed. Gian Marco Casini Gallery, Livorno 2018

Il Museo Sperimentale di Torino "Arte Italiana degli anni Sessanta" at Castello di Rivoli (TO) and Villa Croce (GE), Fabbri editore 1985

Arte Contemporanea, La Linea del modello, curated by Lara Vinca-Masini, Giunti Editore 1996

Storia dell'Arte Italiana, Generazione anni Venti, curated by Giorgio di Genova, Edizioni Bora 1991

Renato Spagnoli, ed. Fondazione Livorno 2016

Spagnoli-Campus, curated by Bruno Munari, ed. Galleria AL2, Roma 1970

Renato Spagnoli Destabilizzazioni e riequilibri, ed. Galleria Peccolo, Livorno 2013


About the Artist

1928 Livorno, Italy

Renato Spagnoli was born in Livorno on December 28th 1928.

In 1956 he started working as a painter for trains and his life really changed. He transferred these techniques into his artistic work making papers and canvases close to Concrete Poetry through the use of stencils.

In 1963 in the Anarchist Federation of Livorno, with Graziani Bartoli and Lacquaniti , Renato founded the “Gruppo Atoma”. They presented their Manifesto at the Galleria Numero of Fiamma Vigo in Florence. The “Gruppo Atoma” was included in the “Museo d’Arte Sperimentale” of Torino.

In 1967 he started working with the Galleria Sincron in Brescia, where he met Bruno Munari. With the Gallery he participates in group shows with the most important Italian artists.

Between 1967 and 1978 Spagnoli began using methacrylate creating 3D works that approached optical art.

In 1981 two important exhibitions: Selezione di opere (Selected works), Pinacoteca di Macerata; Le ultime novità (The latest news) curated by Luciano Caramel, Palazzo dei Diamanti, Ferrara.

In 1985, he took part in the exhibition “Arte Italiana degli anni '60” at the Castello di Rivoli in Turin.

At the end of 1994, Spagnoli exhibited at the “Casa della Cultura” of Livorno: a personal exhibition organized by the City of Livorno and curated by Lara Vinca Masini.

Lara Vinca Masini dedicates a section to Spagnoli in his "Arte Italiana. La Linea del Modello", Giunti Editore, 1996.

Renato Spagnoli died in Livorno in 2019.


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Livorno, Via Montebello 5

Founded in March 2017 in Via F. Crispi 52 in Livorno, from September 2018 the Gian Marco Casini Gallery moved to the new space in Via Montebello 5. The exhibition program of the gallery focuses on historical artistic movements such as Fluxus, Visual and Concrete Poetry and italian aniconic painting of the ‘70s. In addition to this, the gallery promotes new...

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