Concetto Spaziale Rosso
Lucio Fontana started the so-called Spatial Concept or slash series, which consisted of holes or slashes on the surface of monochrome paintings. The artist referred to this concept as ”an art for the Space Age.” He devised the generic title Concetto Spaziale (spatial concept) for these works, and used it for almost all of his later paintings. These pieces can be divided into two broad categories: the Buchi (holes) and the Tagli (slashes).
Fontana’s 1968 work, Concetto Spaziale Rosso, is now live for bidding on artnet Auctions.
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