Italians do it better

Mario Ceroli, 1971

Lui, Wood, 32x32x6,5 cm

Alighiero Boetti, 1987

Inaspettatamente, tapestry, 17×17,5 cm

Emilio Prini, 1968

Ferrania, mixed media on photographic paper, 39,5×29,5 cm

Enrico Baj, 1966

Piccolo militare Svizzero, mixed media on canvas, 40 x 30,5 cm

Lucio Fontana, 1964-1965

Senza titolo, ink and holes on paper, 28 x 22 cm

Gilberto Zorio, seventies

Confine, photography, 47×40 cm, 20 pieces

Luciano Fabro, 1973

Senza titolo, color photography, 60×290 cm, Artwork n. 73/110

Maurizio Cattelan, 1994

Il bel paese, embroidery, d.20,5 cm

Pierpaolo Calzolari, 1982

Senza titolo, gold leaf on cardboard on board, 100 x 150 cm

Emilio Prini, 2000

Buco, pencil and cigarette burn on photocopy, 21×29 cm

Giuseppe Spagnulo, 2006

Ferro spezzato disco, iron, 26x31x26 cm

Italians do it better - Opening 18 March 2021

Italians do it better


A.MORE gallery is pleased to present Italians do it better, a group show of Italian artist, from the 18th of March to the 30th of April 2021, in Via Andrea Massena, 19 Milan.

The show wants to pay tribute to Italian artists who, more than others, have represented our country during the XX century in an iconic, ironic and sometimes enigmatic way.

Showed artists are Enrico Baj, Alighiero Boetti, Pierpaolo Calzolari, Maurizio Cattelan, Mario Ceroli, Luciano Fabro, Lucio Fontana, Emilio Prini, Giuseppe Spagnulo and Gilberto Zorio.

Among the works presented there are Untitled, work on paper by Lucio Fontana of mid ’60 composed by 130 holes; Ferro Spezzato, an iron sculpture of ’70 by Giuseppe Spagnulo; an impressive work on paper with gold leaf by Pierpaolo Calzolari and a work by Emilio Prini dated 1968 from La Bertesca gallery in Genoa.