Certificate of authenticity
Sergio Dangelo – Solo Exhibition – Galleria Annunciata (Milan) – 10-30 June 1970
Important work by Sergio Dangelo, depicting a nuclear landscape. Typical of the master’s 1960s production. Realized in mixed media, enamel and sand on board with collage of matter. On verso there’s a label with a text written by Vanni Scheiwiller. Above all a work of high collecting value and historical interest. Excellent state of conservation.
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Sergio Dangelo (Milan, 1930) was the founder of the Movimento Arte Nucleare, together with Enrico Baj and Joe Colombo. Dangelo's nuclear painting starts from a reflection on modernity increasingly interested in atomic research. The aim is to reconstruct a hypothetical nuclear landscape through the use of materials and techniques of various kinds. Dangelo, one of the first Italian artists to come into direct contact with the Belgian group Co.B.Ra, builds his own poetics inspired by Surrealism and the automatism of the sign understood as psychic automatism, taking advantage of André Bréton's theories. His art, through the disintegration of matter, is opposed to figuration and abstractionism, with a singular language that adheres perfectly to the founding idea of the Manifesto of the Nuclear Art Movement, which aims to "reinvent painting". Sergio Dangelo lives and works in Milan. (text by Giorgio Vaiani Lisi)Read more Close