Vladimir Veličković: anatomy of an instant
The movement and the transience of an action fixed forever: Vladimir Veličković. Between Serbia and France Born in Belgrade (at the time Yugoslav city) in 1936, Vladimir Veličkovic graduated in Architecture from the local university. He then moved to Zagreb where, between 1962 and ’63, he worked in the atelier of the Croatian painter Krsto […]
Rafael Alberti: between verses and painting
Poet, painter, playwright, political activist, exile: Rafael Alberti crossed the twentieth century intensely, with consistency and commitment.
Concetto Pozzati, from informal to pop
Son (and nephew) of art, Concept Pozzati represented a bridge between the different currents of the second half of the twentieth century, from Informal to Surrealism, up to Pop Art.