Gesture, Line and Colour:  The Makings of an Abstract Expressionist

Gesture, Line and Colour: The Makings of an Abstract Expressionist

This exhibition, produced in collaboration with the Fondazione Archivio Afro, will present around 20 artworks from the 1950s to the 1970s. Highlights of the exhibition include major works, such as Racconti di Guascogna (Tales from Gascony) 1951, and Ragazzo col Tacchino (Boy with Turkey) 1955, which show how Afro’s more symbolic representation of objects and figures shifted to become a purely expressive and emotional form of abstraction.

Gesture, Line and Colour: The Makings of an Abstract Expressionist

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