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Alberto Biasi

Italy (Padova 1937 )
BIASI Alberto Oggetto Ottico

Palais Dorotheum /Jun 1, 2016
70,000.00 - 100,000.00
106,250.00

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Alberto Biasi - Cancro

Alberto Biasi - Cancro

Original 1998
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Lot number: 168
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BIASI ALBERTO (n. 1937) Cancro. 1998. Tecnica mista su carta. Cm 19,00 x 29,00. Titolo, firma e anno a matita in basso. Al retro dedica, firma, titolo e anno. Cornice presente BIASI ALBERTO (n. 1937) Cancer. 1998. Mixed media on paper. Cm 19,00 x 29,00. Title, signature and year lower in pencil. At the back: dedication, signature, title and year. Cornice presente
Alberto Biasi - Monumentale

Alberto Biasi - Monumentale

Original 2000
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Lot number: 707
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1937 Padua - lebt und arbeitet in Padua Monumentale. 2000. Acryl auf Leinwand, teils mit Leinwand hinterlegt. In Objektrahmen. Verso signiert, datiert und betitelt. 45 x 30 cm (17,7 x 11,8 in). Objektrahmen: 55,2 x 40 cm (21,7 x 15,7 in). [EL]. AUSSTELLUNG: Convento di Santa Caterina, Finale Ligure, Mai 2004. (Verso mit dem Ausstellungsetikett). Aufrufzeit: 10.06.2016 - ca. 17.05 h +/- 20 Min. Dieses Objekt wird regel- oder differenzbesteuert angeboten. ENGLISH VERSION Alberto Biasi 1937 Padua - lebt und arbeitet in Padua Monumentale. 2000. Acrylic on canvas, partly rebacked with canvas. In object frame. Verso signed, dated and titled. 45 x 30 cm (17.7 x 11.8 in). Object frame: 55,2 x 40 cm (21,7 x 15,7 in). [EL]. EXHIBITION: Convento di Santa Caterina, Finale Ligure, May 2004. (Verso with exhibition label). Called up: June 10, 2016 - ca. 17.05 h +/- 20 min. This lot can be purchased subject to differential or regular taxation.
Alberto Biasi - Politipo

Alberto Biasi - Politipo

Original 1975
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Lot number: 705
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Alberto Biasi * (born in Padua in 1937) Politipo, 1975, signed, dated and titled Alberto Biasi 1975, on the reverse, PVC on board, 50 x 50 cm, framed, (AR) Photo certificate: Archivio Alberto Biasi, supervised by MAAB Gallery, Milan, archive no. POL 336 This work is registered in the Archivio Alberto Biasi, supervised by MAAB Gallery, Milan, archive no. POL 336. Provenance: European Private Collection
Alberto Biasi - Oggetto Ottico

Alberto Biasi - Oggetto Ottico

Original 1961
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Lot number: 639
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Fullsize picture Alberto Biasi * (born in Padua in 1937) Oggetto Ottico - Dinamico, 1961, signed, dated and numbered (Gruppo) N, A. Biasi, 1961, Reg n. CO 57, fabric and wood, 99 x 99 cm (diagonal), 71 x 71 cm (side), (AR) Photo certificate signed by the artist, 7 September 2010, archive no. CO57. This work is registered in the Archive Alberto Biasi, supervised by MAAB Gallery, Milan, archive no. CO57 Provenance: European Private Collection Exhibited: Moscow, Multimedia Art Museum, Italian Zero & Avantgarde ‘60s, 13 September – 30 October 2011, exh. cat. p. 226 with ill. Rome, Palazzo della Farnesina, group show, 2005–2006 (label on the cardboard box) Literature: Addamiano (ed.), Alberto Biasi. Rilievi ottico dinamici, Galleria Dep Art, Milan, 15 February – 27 April 2013, exh. cat. p. 103. no. 43 with ill. The work is visible from different perspectives. “In my works there is no such thing as the representation of movement as in Futurism. Nor is there any real movement as in the so-called kinetic art. Any movement or change in my works is the product of the viewer’’’’’’’’s mind. Much unlike what I used to think, this phenomenon can be explained only in part with gestalt psychology. This is because the viewer imagines what is missing – which is, above all, movement. However, he also adds and subtracts other elements to and from the artwork, as if he were an executor of images and my work a mere means to it“ (Alberto Biasi) The painter and sculptor Alberto Biasi was born in Padua in 1937. After secondary school, where he focused on classical studies, he devoted himself to the study of architecture and industrial design in Venice. At that time he also started his artistic activity. In 1959 he founded the Gruppo N, the activity of which focused on visual and kinetic research with links to the psychology of perception, aiming to create objects and environments that involve the viewer. The first name of the group was “ennea“ (Greek for “nine“), since nine was the number of the participants in the first meetings on Via Accademia in Padua. Also, whilst “n“ (the indefinite mathematical number) denoted the openness of the group, the letter “a“ was the initial of the word “architects“, since Bertoldo, Biasi, Custoza, Ivanoff, Limena, Massironi, Muffato, Pecchini and Pesce all studied at the faculty of architecture in Venice. In any case it is interesting to quote the words of the philosopher Dino Formaggio, who completed a comprehensive study of Biasi’’’’’’’’s work, highlighting the difficulty of confining the Paduan artist to the limits of most gestalt or kinetic art: “From his first period of Optical-Kinetic work, Biasi’’’’’’’’s art settles on the limits of an authentically phenomenological experimentation. The laws and movements at work are those of a science which is not objectively naturalistic. […] Those are the laws that connect interactions between perception, memory and imagination within the reality of images that inhabit the purely exterior world. Biasi’’’’’’’’s art is determined along the boundaries of science, and rejects its objectivity [...] in order to explore the mathematics […] of space and time. Such mathematics is not merely quantitative, but delicately blurred in the infinite musicality of our senses. This can be seen even once Alberto Biasi evolves from that distant and striking period of ostensibly Optical work and from other pieces still linked to his enthusiasm for a naturalistic gestalt psychology. Even as his work shows greater maturity and awareness […] that is more rigorously phenomenological, he never loses his original intuition of a new and more scientifically constructed artistic reality.“ (Dino Formaggio, citato in “Alberto Biasi. Cinetismo e arte programmata“, Rome 2006, p. 14). In Biasi’’’’’’’’s own words: Biasi is undisputedly regarded as one of the main representatives of both op-art and kinetic and programmed art. His works are displayed at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Galleria Nazionale d‘Arte Moderna in Rome, in museums in Belgrade, Saint Louis, Tokyo, Wrocław, Zagreb, Ulm, as well as in numerous collections in Italy and abroad.
Alberto Biasi - Increspature Fluide

Alberto Biasi - Increspature Fluide

Original c.1998
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Lot number: 109
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Increspature fluide, 1965 - 1998 Titled, signed and dated on the back alberto biasi, 1965 - 1998, 'INCRESPATURE FLUIDE' Stamped on the back of the Gruppo N The work is archived at Archivio Alberto Biasi, Milano with n CO168, authenticated on photograph and stamped on the back. PROVENANCE: Galleria Dep Art, Milano Private collection EXHIBITED: Milano, Dep Art, Alberto Biasi, Rilievi ottico dinamici, febbraio - aprile 2013 (illustrated in the show's catalogue on a p. 63 e p. 157 ill. 251) Dimensions: 100 x 100 x 4 cm Artist or Maker: ALBERTO BIASI (1937) Medium: Mixed media
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