LAO TSEU – 1.5M – ACIER FRANCESCO MARINO DI TEANA
- Dimensions : 41 × 88 × 200 cm
- Year : 1972-1984
- Material : Corten steel
- Signature : Signed with the artist's stamp
- Editions : Edition of 8 + 4 AP
- Thèmes : Architecture
- Ton : Dark
Francesco Marino Di Teana is an artist at the same time painter, sculptor, architect, poet and philosopher, who marked the sculpture of the years 1950-60 with his theories on tri-unitary logic, which integrate the "void" as an active element of the pictorial and architectural composition.
By devising his “tri-unitary” theory of the “active void”, which journalist Harry Belley considers to be one of the most important discoveries of 20th century sculpture, he now attaches as much importance to space and emptiness as to to mass and form themselves. This is how he develops sculptures conceived as aesthetic structures that can be transformed into architectural buildings, "architectural sculptures".
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