Sam Francis

Untitled, 1984

106.7 X 73 inch

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Enrico Castellani

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When one thinks of Avant-Garde artists who were influential in the 20th century, the name Enrico Castellani naturally comes to mind. Dubbed the “father of minimalism” by many, Castellani’s paintings blend architecture designs and unusual spatial effects to create extravagant illusions using only seemingly simple designs. 
 
« I decided to sensitise the surface without the addition of colour … looking for the minimal possible means of sensitising the surface. »
Enrico Castellani
In 1959 he collaborated with other artists of the “Zero” group to open Galleria Azimut in Milan, and later publish the renowned art magazine Azimuth. Azimuth is an apt word to describe Castellani’s style as it pertains to the direction of an object as seen by the observer.
In his later work during the 1970s and 80s Castellani who trained as a sculptor, often used aluminum as a base for his canvases after denting and puncturing them with nail guns, banging with hammers, and bending the canvas with heat to create the desired effect of light and movement. Monochromatic paintings without the use of bold colors to distract became a new wave art fashion. Enrico Castellani died in 2017, however, his work continues to fascinate and inspire. 

Enrico Castellani

Superficie Bianca, 1968

Limited Edition Print

Plastic

EUR 3,300

Enrico Castellani

Superficie, 1975

Limited Edition Print

Relief Printing

EUR 3,890

Enrico Castellani

Superficie, 1979

Limited Edition Print

Relief Printing

EUR 1,250

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What is Process Art?

What is Process Art?

It refers to creative sentiment as well as artistic movement where the final product of craft and art is not the artist's principal focus. The term "process" in this art refers to art formation, gathering, the sorting, associating, collating, initiation and patterning of proceedings and happenings. It is concerned with the actual deed and the defining of actions as actual artwork; seeing it as purely human expression. Process art mostly entails inherent motivation, intentionality and rationale. This art is therefore, viewed as a creative process or journey rather than being an end product or a deliverable.

Allen JONES | Box | Lithograph available for sale on composition gallery

Allen Jones

Box, 1980

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Lithograph

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Sonia DELAUNAY | Grande icône | Etching available for sale on composition gallery

Sonia Delaunay

Grande Icône, 1970-1975

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Etching

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Javacheff CHRISTO | The Umbrellas | Offset Print available for sale on composition gallery

Javacheff Christo

The Umbrellas, 1987

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Offset Print

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Robert RAUSCHENBERG | Plate from Photogravures Suite 1 | Photogravure available for sale on composition gallery

Robert Rauschenberg

Plate From Photogravures Suite 1, 1983

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Photogravure

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