Remo Bianco. The Imprints of Memory

Remo Bianco. The Imprints of Memory
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The artistic experience of the “solitary seeker” Remo Bianco can be found in the Imprints, created with the intention of recovering “those more humble things that are too often lost” and the Speaking Canvases that have amplifiers on their backs and emit sounds and phrases by the artist when spectators come close. The Museo del Novecento pays homage, with an exhibition, to the Milanese painter who, for four decades, carried out experiments, multiplying expressive discourse and reinterpreting, in the most personal of ways, the most modern of languages and materials. Over seventy works explore, in this surprising exhibition, the theme of memory as developed by the artist, born and educated in Milan during its economic boom, in a culturally and intellectually productive atmosphere. The Sacchettini-Testimonianze, objects of little value, assembled and hung up like traditional paintings, along with the first three-dimensional works - the 3D - in transparent plastic material or glass and, successively, on wood, sheet metal and coloured plexiglas flank the Tableaux Dorés which wound up the artist’s work of the ‘50s, the same years which also saw the creation of the artist’s first series of Collages.
Samantha De Martin - © 2019 ARTE.it for Bulgari Hotel Milano