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Lucio Fontana

(Italy, 1899-1968)
Lucio Fontana
(Italy, 1899-1968)

BOOK, signed by Lucio Fontana

Lucio Fontana & Guido Le Noci & Ugo Mulas:

Manifiesto Blanco 1946. Spazialismo.

Milano, Galleria Apollinaire Edizioni, 1966. 48 x 33 cm. 80 pp. Richly illustrated in colour. With facsimile of the original edition (1946) and translation into Italian, French, English and German.

Edition of 2000 copies.

Publisher’s slipcase. Spine of book faded, slight or insignificant wear.

With 3 scratched holes by Fontana on front flyleaf, circled in ballpoint and signed.

Provenance: Bookplate of Gerard Bonnier (1917-1987).

The Manifiesto blanco, or White Manifesto was written in 1946 by artists and students in Buenos Aires under the direction of Lucio Fontana during his time in Argentina. The manifesto emphasized the importance of new technologies as they pertained to the arts and the pursuit of integrating art and science (Wikipedia). The present edition is a retrospective and tribute to Lucio Fontana. The reproductions are identical to those in the original Manifesto Blanco from 1946, in which Lucio Fontana set the parameters for his art movement, Spatialism.

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