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Cairoli studied fine arts in Buenos Aires where he met the artist Torres Garcia who familiarised him with theories of constructivism and the art of Mondrian. Interested by the effects of light on material, he joined the experimental group on spatial research directed by Lucio Fontana, who had returned to Buenos Aires (1946-47). Cairoli moved to Paris in 1952 exhibiting regularly. He participated in Groupe Espace created in 1951 by André Bloc and Félix Del Marle, both followers of De Stijl. This new group aimed to pursue in a less utopic approach the neo-plastic ideal of the synthetisation of the arts within an architectural space. Believing in a purer ideology and more universal form of constructivism, Cairoli joined in 1959 the Groupe Mesure with Georges Folmer, Luc Peire, François Morellet and Aurelie Nemours. He participated in the international exhibition at the Stedelijk Amsterdam Experiment in Constructie in 1962 regrouping the followers of De Stijl, including Jean Gorin, Anthony Hill, Joost Baljeu, Mary Martin and Charles Biederman.
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