- Edited by Nathalie Vernizzi
- Binding Hardcover
- Size 24,5 x 30 cm
- Pages 408
- Illustrations 200 a colori, 40 in b/n
- Language Italian, English
- Year 2007
- ISBN 9788836607624
- Price € 45,00 € 42,75
- Last available copies
Faithfully using from the beginning the traditional media of painting, Vittorio Matino has emerged over the years as a true protagonist of Italian abstract art, putting color, understood as pure luminous energy, as the central element of his poetics. After settling in Milan in 1971 and spending long periods in Paris, he moves frequently back and forth between Europe and the United States, where he pursues his studies of the work of the masters of the modern tradition and the painters of the New York School and Color Field Abstraction.
He has exhibited uninterruptedly since 1967, and his work, presented in the leading galleries and public exhibitions spaces, has been the subject of numerous publications.
This monograph appears in conjunction with the 2007 shows of Matino’s work at the Galerie Sapone in Nice, France, the Sundaram Tagore Gallery in New York, and the Folini Arte Contemporanea gallery in Chiasso, Switzerland.
Vittorio Matino lives and works in Milan and Nice, and frequently travels to the United States, where his work is shown regularly.
Monograph edited by Nathalie Vernizzi, with a presentation by Vittorio Fagone and critical essay by Aldo Tagliaferri. The volume, illustrated with more than 230 color photographs, also includes an exhaustive critical anthology on the artist’s work.