To Dream, to Collect



Beside young and emergent talents from the global contemporary art scenario, Kooness is very pleased to announce the recent entrance within the platform of some of the most significant and influential personalities from important Italian art movements. To date, four are the artists Kooness is proud to share when building its new section dedicated to the most interesting artistic movements of the Italian Art: Bruno Munari, Ugo Nespolo, Aldo Mondino and Emilio Vedova.


Bruno Munari (October 24, 1907 – September 30, 1998, Milan) was an Italian artist and designer who became extremely relevant for many fields of visual arts (painting, sculpture, film, industrial design, graphic design) in modernism, futurism, and concrete art, and also in literature and poetry with his research on didactic method, movement, tactile learning, kinesthetic learning, and creativity. For Bruno Munari, Kooness presents "Curve di Peano", an exclusive and limited-edition selection of three silk-screen printing made in 1987. 

Ugo Nespolo (August 29, 1941, Biella) is one of the most singular artistic personalities of the Italian Art and he currently represents the highest Italian pataphyisique authority. Painter and sculptor, he reflects on daily living and conceptual analogies. His humorous prints are now available on limited edition on

Aldo Mondino (October 4, 1938 – March 10, 2005, Turin) was an Italian sculptor and painter, which was characterized by his extremely ironic approach to art. He used many different kinds of materials for his artworks, such as caramel and chocolate, but also more traditional oil painting (but on plastic sheets). Kooness displays artworks by Mondino, which are part of a series called "Turbanti", consisting of 5 graphic works realized in 1990. Studio Fornaresio has acquired the entire print run and plates have been realized by Aldo Mondino, who personally made the printing as well. The print run is of only 25 samples and this is the last series available.

Emilio Vedova (August 9, 1919 − October 25, 2006, Venice) was a modern Italian painter and printmaker, considered one of the most relevant and revolutionary protagonists of one of the 20th century's most bitter artistic conflict. He was a great exponent of Arte Informale. An astonishing etching and aquatint by Emilio Vedova is now displayed on Kooness.


Thus, Kooness provides exclusive limited-edition graphic works of these remarkable artists as the perfect way to start or expand a collection. These original artworks are produced in a range of formats, such as lithographs, etchings and xylographies and they are all available for sale on Kooness  thanks to Studio Fornaresio Gallery in Turin. 



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