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Cabaret del Niente

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Friday, 28 September 2018 to Friday, 30 November 2018

Cabaret del niente, an exhibition dedicated to Arturo Bonfanti, an important protagonist of the post-World War II artistic scene who developed his own unique language within the great Italian tradition. The exhibition puts him into an ideal dialogue with two relevant proponents of the international abstract scene of the late twentieth century, Julius Bissier (Freiburg im Breisgau 1893 - Ascona 1965) and Victor Pasmore (Chelsham 1908 - Malta 1998).

On display will be a substantial group of works by Bonfanti ranging from oils on canvas from the 1968 Biennale to Rilievi and Pavatex, the latter neglected by the critics up to now even if of striking contemporaneity. To highlight the mutual creative exchange between the artists, two of the largest paintings ever created by Pasmore (about 4 meters tall) will be exhibited, created and debuted in 1974 for the Museo della Valletta (Malta), and a group of watercolors and oils from the 1950s /1960s by Bissier.

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2, Corso Buenos Aires

Milano, Italia

20124

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