Cartoline agli amici

Igino Legnaghi (Verona, 1936), vive e lavora a Verona.
At a young age he learned metalworking tecniques in the laboratory of his father,a silversmith and engraver. Around the mid-sixties he starts with a series of sculptures in enameled iron and stainless steel consisting of geometric modules – cubes, lozenges, rods, tops, folded sheet metal as stairs – painted yellow, red and black with industrial paints. Starting in 1967, the artist created a series of works dominated by three fundamental formal elements – the piano, the cube and the zigzag ribbon – using precious materials.

Cartoline agli amici, 2020
glass, polished steel (one-piece)
cm 25 x 25 x 5,6


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