Turi Simeti, ‘Un Ovale Nero (A Black Oval)’, 1986, Phillips

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Signature: signed and dated 'Simeti 86' on the stretcher

Rio de Janeiro, Paço Imperial, 1994
London, Alon Zakaim Fine Art, Stop at Nothing, 1 -31 October 2015

L. Caramel, F. Gualdoni, M. Meneguzzo & E. Pontiggia, Turi Simeti, Catalogo Generale, Faciano, 2007, vol.I, p. 98 (illustrated)

Private Collection, Milan

About Turi Simeti

A member of the mid-20th-century Minimalist movement known as Group Zero, Turi Simeti is an engineer of light, color, and geometry. His monochrome shaped canvases are examples of pure formalism that helped pioneer the now well-established idea that paintings can be three-dimensional art objects. Based in Milan, the still active artist is particularly known for his use of oblong ellipses. Subtle and often understated, his oeuvre is always dynamic in its textured surfaces, saturated colors, and masterful shadow work.

Italian, b. 1929, Alcamo, Province of Trapani, Italy, based in Milan, Metropolitan City of Milan, Italy

Solo Shows

New York,
Turi Simeti: The Primary Form of Painting

Group Shows

Umberto Mariani & Italian Monochromes
New York,
St. Moritz,
Biasi · Dadamaino · Simeti – Il movimento delle cose
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