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Piero Dorazio (Rome 1927-2005 Perugia) was an Italian artist. In 1945, together with other artists, he founded the Ariete group and then the Social Art Group. A few years later he is in America where he  gets in touch with artists such as De Kooning, Rotkho, Pollock and Barney Newman. He also meets Hans Richter, a friendship that will last a lifetime:  his movies about abstract rhythms greatly influence his artistic style, far from both Informal and even Gestural Expressionism.


Some of the past expositions: 

  • (2015) Mart, Rovereto 

  • (2015) Macro, Roma

  • (2013) Estorik Collection, Londra

  • (2010) Gagosian Beverly Hills, NY

  • (2007) Gagosian Gallery Londra

Permanently collected by: 

  • Tate Gallery, Londra

  • GAM, Torino

  •  Fine Arts Museum San Francisco in California

“Senza titolo”, 1984
62 x 73 cm, painting on charcoal

PIERO DORAZIO_woolbridge gallery
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