‘[The ‘Plastiche’] represent a fresh and dazzling departure… in a way they represent the culmination of all Burri’s previous experiments.’ (C. Brandi, 1963)
Among the highlights Dickinson looks forward to exhibiting at @FriezeMasters is this monumental work by Alberto Burri. With its imposing dimensions and radical use of transparent plastic on a Celotex surface, ‘Bianco Plastica’ is a mature example of one of Burri’s most important and celebrated series: his ‘Plastiche’ (plastics).
This year at Frieze Masters Dickinson will present ‘Lyrical Abstraction: Rediscovering Freedom in Post-War Europe’. Celebrating the spontaneity of the Art Informel movement, other highlights will include works by Dubuffet, Mathieu, Fontana, Tàpies, Millares, and Poliakoff. Keep your eyes peeled for more highlights to be revealed, and visit us at Stand C4, Frieze Masters, Regent’s Park, London from 3 - 6 October 2019!
Alberto BURRI (1915 – 1995), ‘Bianco Plastica’, 1967, plastic, acrylic, combustion, and vinavil on cellotex.
“Finally brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is commendable—if there is any moral excellence and if there is anything praiseworthy—dwell on these things. Do what you have learned and received and heard from me, and seen in me, and the God of peace will be with you.” (Philippians 4:8-9)
‘Not all Fish get caught in the Ice’ (2019) by Sid White-Jones.
‘The images within this series invite audiences to use Pareidolia as a tool to discuss how the human mind processes and interprets information whilst contemplating what the photographic forms present to them.’
Left to Right - Cut Section, Full Image.
See more at - https://www.sidwhitejones.com/not-all-fish-get-caught-in-the-ice