Burri inedito. Ediz. italiana e inglese

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Maurizio Calvesi
Charta, 2000 - Art - 191 pages
In 1952 an Umbrian artist scandalized art critics worldwide with burned wood, flame-red paintings, dramatic combustions of plastics, and a black that was the color of tar: his name was Alberto Burri (Citta di Castello 1915 - Nice 1995), one of the greatest artists of all times. This book sets out to reveal many of his works that have remained unknown until today.

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Calvesi is professor of art history at the University of Rome.

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