Come to visit us in Milan!Via Montebello 30
ML Fine Art is looking forward to welcoming you at our gallery. On display a selection of relevant paintings from Italian Informal Art: Carla Accardi, Antonio Sanfilippo, Giuseppe Santomaso, Emilio Vedova, Gastone Novelli and Tancredi.
We are pleased to receive you from Monday to Friday, from 10.30 to 13.00 and from 14.00 to 19.00.
ARTISSIMAML fine art is pleased to invite you to visit us at Artissima fair, Turin!
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Emilio Prini (Stresa, 1943 – Rome, 2016) was one of the most complex and enigmatic figures of his time. His appearance in the art world was a dazzling debut in 1967, contributing to the birth of one of the most influential art movements of the second half of the 20th century, Arte Povera. There are few documents on his work. There is no monograph or interview. The reason of this project, presented by ML fine art for Artissima, that Prini is still the movement’s great unknown.
ARTE E COLLEZIONISMO, ROMEML FINE ART IS PLEASED TO INVITE YOU TO VISIT US AT ARTE E COLLEZIONISMO ART FAIR IN ROME. 29 SEPTEMBER - 2 OCTOBER 2023
BOOTH 27ML Fine Art looks forward to seeing you in Rome. On this occasion our booth will showcase a selection of historically relevant paintings, sculptures and works on paper by leading Italian artists, Alighiero Boetti, Lucio Fontana, Giorgio Morandi, Giorgio De Chirico, Arturo Martini, Gino Severini, and others.
Art Bites: ENRICO PRAMPOLINI AEROPITTURA IV, 1930The concept of 'aeropittura' was introduced in 1929 by Marinetti, who published the 'Manifesto dell'aeropittura futurista' (Futurist Aeropainting Manifesto) on 22 September in Turin's 'La Gazzetta del Popolo' with Balla, Benedetta, Depero, Fillia, Prampolini, Somenzi and Tato as co-signatories, but it had already started to spread among some Futurist painters in the mid-1920s.The success of Aeropittura was such that in 1939, for the 3rd Quadriennale d'Arte Nazionale, a group exhibition was held entitled precisely "Mostra futurista di aeropittori e aeroscultori" (Futurist exhibition of aeropainters and aerosculptors) and for the occasion Marinetti wrote an introduction in which he analysed this trend in detail for the first time, classifying the movement into four pictorial and two aerosculptural declinations. Aeropainting artists evolved the concepts of speed and dynamism not only through trains, cars or motorbikes, but also through physical and mental visions that were absolutely innovative for the world of the time.