Inserts #210016

Lucio Pozzi (Milan, 1935) lives between Hudson (NY) and Valeggio sul Mincio.

He devoted his entire life to researching the language of painting, as a Zen master who asks the emperor for decades of time, to then solve the commissioned work in a single masterful gesture. Well, Pozzi’s attitude is similar to that of a Zen master who knows his life to be dedicated to one thing, but he is not so synthetic: on the contrary, he is an anlytical soul, deductive rather than inductive, and his life – which coincides with his work – is there to prove it.
Ceramic is one of the many materials that he has experimented with and still uses. His work was presented at Documenta VI in 1977 and in 1980 at the Venice Biennale in the American Pavilion.

Inserts is the title of a series of enameled terracotta works that he composes in different, combining them to make small and large installations.

Inserts #210016, 2014
Glazed terracotta
cm 5 x 13 x 12
Dated and signed on the back


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