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MAZZOLENI

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NUNZIO: THE SHOCK OF OBJECTIVITY
Jun 7 - Sep 18, 2019
(Note- the gallery will be closed for summer break 10-18 August)
Mazzoleni is pleased to present The Shock of Objectivity, curated by Kenneth Baker. This will be Nunzio’s first solo exhibition in London and will display a series of grand and imposing sculptures spanning from the late eighties to the most recent years, which reveal his inventive and inspiring approach to form.
From the beginning of his career, Nunzio played an instrumental role configuring a different vision of sculpture structured around his personal conception exploring the language of shape and its interrelation with space. Thus, he pushed the boundaries of appearance – the results being magnificent architectural works interweaving substance, body and void in a stunning balance of rhythm.
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Click to enlargeHANS HARTUNG AND ART INFORMEL
Oct 1, 2019 - Jan 18, 2020
Private view Mon Sep 30 6pm - 8pm
Hans Hartung is a renowned figure within Art Informel movement and of gestural abstract painting. The London exhibition will examine the origins of Hartung’s work and investigate the discourse between the diverse circle of artists present in Paris during the 50s and 60s. Works by artists such as Giuseppe Capogrossi; Hisao Domoto; Jean Fautrier; Toshimitsu Imai; Henri Michaux; Georges Mathieu; Serge Poliakoff; Jean-Paul Riopelle; Gérard Schneider; Pierre Soulages; Wols and Zao Wou-Ki, will be presented with the aim to elucidate the artistic relationships which embraced tachisme and lyrical abstraction. The main section of the display will focus on works by Hartung from the 50s, 60s, 70s and 80s, moreover, will track the evolution of his particular visual language to reveal an artist who was continually striving for the unfamiliar and the original.
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