Where The Air is Dust: Salvatore Emblema at Gallery Fonti, Napoli

Experimenting a return to origins: this is the key to understanding the work of Salvatore Emblema. Born in Terzigno (Napoli) in 1929 and died in 2006, the Neapolitan considered the essence of matter in his art. Sculptures, documents and prototypes of environmental installations define To build and compose: Fifties-Eighties, an exhibition at Galleria Fonti, founded by Giangi Fonti in Naples. It recounts a specific period of Emblema's artistic sensitivity. The exhibition, in fact, traces some of ...

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