FRIEZE Masters 2022 | The Regent’s Park | Booth F04
Collectors Preview (by invitation only): 12-13 October 2022
General Admission: 14-16 October 2022
AGOSTINO BONALUMI | GIORGIO DE CHIRICO | LUCIO FONTANA | HANS HARTUNG | PIERO MANZONI | GEORGES MATHIEU | FAUSTO MELOTTI | JOAN MIRÓ | GIORGIO MORANDI | VICTOR VASARELY
Mazzoleni returns to Frieze Masters this year with a booth dedicated to the transformative power of the new artistic languages of the 1950s and 1960s with reflections on gestural abstraction and the manipulation of the pictorial space. Artists form the Post-War movement known as Informal Art – such as Hans Hartung and Georges Mathieu – will be juxtaposed with the Spatialism of Lucio Fontana and the ‘extroflections’ (or ‘shaped canvases’) by Agostino Bonalumi, an artist from the younger generation who sought to investigate the liminal space between painterly surfaces and sculptural forms with a focus on materials rather than gesture. A final focus on the “Black and White” period of Op Art’s pioneer Victor Vasarely will conclude the presentation.
Mazzoleni also participates in Frieze Sculpture, showcasing Marinella Senatore’s light sculpture Bodies in Alliance by the entrance of Frieze from 12-16 October 2022. Another light sculpture by Senatore will be also on display at the Embassy of Italy in London on 13 October 2022 (by invitation) for the third edition of “Italy at Frieze”, an exhibition that celebrates Italian contemporary art during Frieze week.