Londra, Tornabuoni Art
10 febbraio – 16 aprile 2016
The new gallery Tornabuoni Art in London presents an anthology of Arnaldo Pomodoro, from the early works to the more recent.
The exhibition begins with the Grande Tavola dei Segni
of 1961/62, a sort of sculptural pictures with symbols and intricate details that – as the artist says - represent projects, thoughts... almost like the creation of a secret language, dense with great poetic myths and private symbols. The exhibition continues with the forms of Euclidean geometry studied by Pomodoro: Pyramids , Columns and Spheres.
“After the success of the ground-breaking retrospective of Arnaldo Pomodoro in our Paris gallery in 2009, we couldn’t wait to bring these sculptures to London”, says gallery director Ursula Casamonti. “In this ambitious sculptural exhibition we wanted to show a different side of Spatialist research to the work that was presented within our inaugural Lucio Fontana retrospective.”
see the video Arnaldo Pomodoro in conversation with Tim Marlow at Tornabuoni Art London