Black & White: gesture and geometry in post-war abstraction
M&L Fine Art is pleased to present a group exhibition of monochrome works by nine Italian and international post-war artists. Encompassing a range of mediums and techniques ranging from the 1950s to the 2000s, the works on display conjure visual associations between diverse practitioners working in abstraction in the past six decades.
Beginning with Emilio Vedova’s Immagine del tempo (1957), this exhibition explores the tension between gesture and geometry in paintings and works on paper by Bice Lazzari, Dadamaino, Carla Accardi, Heinz Mack, Jannis Kounellis, Richard Serra, Alighiero Boetti, and Gianni Asdrubali.
Untitled (Cromorilievo 11 gradi), 1974
Due mani e una matita (Alternando da uno a cento e viceversa), 1977
Finally Finished III, 2018
Il movimento delle cose,
Untitled (Chromatic Constellation), 2014
Untitled VI, 1998
Nero su Bianco, 2008
Immagine del tempo, 1957