The “doors of perception” in Alberto Biasi’s work – exhibition

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Chosen for  THERESPONSIVEI.COM  by Eva Zanardi  

Alberto Biasi’s solo show “Unlimited Perception” at De Buck Gallery, New York from March 23 to May 2 2015.

Alberto Biasi, 'Dinamica ellittica in rosso', 1981, Mixed media, painting, PVC and acrylic on panel, 47 1/4 x 36 1/4 x 1 1/2 in. (120 x 92 x 4 cm)
Alberto Biasi, ‘Dinamica ellittica in rosso’, 1981, mixed media, painting, PVC and acrylic on panel, 47 1/4 x 36 1/4 x 1 1/2 in. (120 x 92 x 4 cm)
Alberto Biasi, 'Dinamica visiva', 1989, mixed media, painting, PVC and acrylic on panel 71 x 43 1/4 x 1 1/2 in. (180 x 110 x 4 cm).
Alberto Biasi, ‘Dinamica visiva’, 1989, mixed media, painting, PVC and acrylic on panel 71 x 43 1/4 x 1 1/2 in. (180 x 110 x 4 cm).
Alberto Biasi, 'Gocce', 2002, mixed media, painting, PVC on plexiglass, 69 2/3 x 54 1/3 in. (177 x 138 cm).
Alberto Biasi, ‘Gocce’, 2002, mixed media, painting, PVC on plexiglass, 69 2/3 x 54 1/3 in. (177 x 138 cm).
Alberto Biasi, 'Uno e Trino in nero', 2005, mixed media, painting, PVC and acrylic on panel, 38 1/4 in. (97 cm)  (diameter).
Alberto Biasi, ‘Uno e Trino in nero’, 2005, mixed media, painting, PVC and acrylic on panel, 38 1/4 in. (97 cm) (diameter).

From Artnet,

“Biasi was the founder of a radical group in the 1960’s called Gruppo Enne, which was significantly influenced by Dada and would participate in several Venice Biennales under Biasi’s leadership. That all came after a humble upbringing in Padua, Italy, where, on a farm, a young Biasi discovered perforated sheets made by silkworms, serving as the critical inspiration behind his “Wefts” series and a major stimulus for his artistic development.”

For more visit De Buck Gallery‘s website.

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