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Carla Accardi

Carla Accardi was another artist I discussed on the blog several years ago, along with fellow Italians Marisa Merz and Giulio Paolini. In the book she inaugurates the formalist, or “formalist,” chapters. She should be better known on this side … Continue reading

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Carla Accardi Part 2

Talking about unboundedness reminds me that my earlier post about Carla Accardi has a  mistake. Her standing rolls of “Sicofoil” are not tubes, they are rolled up sheets, so they are not unbounded in the horizontal dimension, and they have … Continue reading

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What’s old?

But also important is to identify older gestures that still speak today, unfinished initiatives and untapped resources, overlooked beginnings. Future posts will talk about some important artists of the last half century.

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