Enrico Castellani

Born in 1930, Castelmassa, Italy; dies in 2017 in Castelmassa, Italy.

In 1959, he founds the journal Azimuth and the gallery Azimut with Piero Manzoni. In the same year he also creates his first shaped canvas, probing the potential of the surface of highly-taut canvases.

He participates at Venice Biennale in 1964, 1966 (with a personal room), 1984 and 2003. In 1981, he exhibits L’art en Italie depuis 1959 at the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris.

In 2001, he holds an exhibition, curated by Germano Celant, at the Fondazione Prada in Milan. In 2010, he receives the Praemium Imperiale for painting, considered the most important artistic recognition at an international level, from Prince Hitachi, from the Japan Art Association.

Enrico Castellani - Galleria Mucciaccia
Piero Manzoni, Achrome, 1958, Kaolin on painted canvas, 55 x 40 cm

ITALIAN PASSION FROM 1956

2017

LONDON
Piero-Dorazio Tenax - 1979 - olio su tela - cm-165x130

HARMONIES AND DISCREPANCIES
Paths in the Italian art between the twentieth and the twenty-first century

2020

SINGAPORE
Cristiano Pintaldi - galleriamucciaccia.com

CHEF D’OEUVRE
Artist between XX and XXI centuries

2020

LONDON
Castellani - White Surface

ORAMAI È TEMPO

7 October – 15 December 2016

LONDON
Oramai è tempo - Catalogo mostra Parners & Mucciaccia

Anselmo, Castellani, Nagasawa – ORMAI È TEMPO

Exhibition Catalogue, curated by Bruno Corà
Published by Carlo Cambi Editore
2016

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