Fabrizio Plessi - 1940 - since 1968 he has been working on the central theme, water - present in installations, films, videotapes, and performances.
1970-72, his works were displayed at the experimental pavilion of the Venice Biennale in 1970 and then during the 1972 Biennale.
He was invited to the LI Venice Biennale for the Biennale special project in collaboration with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. For the occasion, Plessi made a new version of “Mare Verticale” in front of the entrance of the Biennale, at the Giardini. It emerged from the water of the lagoon for 44 metres in height. A technological waterfall flew inside this huge vertical stele. It would become the symbol of the Biennale itself.
In Vienna, in the beautiful monumental spaces of the Mauroner gallery, he set up the Digital Stones exhibition, a fascinating journey through “Movimenti Catodici Barocchi” and a tribute to Freud in the year that would be dedicated to him.
- Fabrizio Plessi (1940)
- Titre de l’œuvre
- Signé à la main
- 100 ex. - 100x70 cm.
- Bon état
- Taille totale
- 100×70 cm