Armando Marrocco has been active since the 50s, producing work at the cross-roads of art, design and urban planning. The Milan-based artist, whose performances continuously challenge and surprise the viewer, has made a name for himself as major proponent of the evolving Italian Avant-Garde; and he continues today – long after the untimely demise of said Italian Avant Garde – with his scorched canvases, and his braided paintings. The show is accompanied by a catalog with critical essays by Sara Fontana.
The opening reception is Saturday, the 22nd of June, 2013 at 6pm.
Visit the artist’s website, linked here.
One man show
From the 22nd of June to the 18th of July, 2013
Via Stagio Stagi, 28
Previously on Art is Life:
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