The exhibition Bruno Munari consists of over 90 works covering the period between 1927 and 1950, which reveal new aspects of Munari’s artistic research. From his Futurist phase to the first experiments with kinetic sculpture, from his after war research on abstract art to his light projections and site-specific installations
The exhibition, organized in three sections (art, graphics, and documents) presents a selection of drawings, sketches, paintings, collages and photo collages, useless machines, sculptures and direct projections that illustrate the artist’s complex aesthetics.
Munari was an eclectic and irreverent figure, whose work was influenced by constructivist, Dadaist and Surrealist themes that find application in his art and graphics.
A section of the exhibition is devoted to the history Munari’s collaboration with major Italian companies, magazines and publishing houses, such as Campari, Pirelli, Agip, Campo Grafico, and Einaudi.
|2012||Estorick Collection, Londra
Bruno Munari My futurist past
|2012||Instituto Tomie Ohtake, San Paulo|
Bruno Munari Arte, Desenho, Design