March 27, 2024

Luigi Mazzoleni discusses “the white-hot work of the Italian Spatialists” in the April issue of Apollo

The white-hot work of the Italian Spatialists by Emma Crichton-Miller

Luigi Mazzoleni sat down with Emma Crichton-Miller at Apollo to discuss Lucio Fontana’s revolutionary Spatialist movement and how his work, as well as the artists inspired by his work, continue to fare in the ever-fluctuating international art market.

“Luigi Mazzoleni, of the Turin- and London-based dealership Mazzoleni, says: ‘Fontana has always had a strong market. In the early 1970s you could buy an apartment for the price of a Fontana painting. In the last decades that market has become more global – South Korea, Japan, China – though the US is the primary market.’”

Read the full article online or in the April Issue of Apollo