Lucio Fontana


Lucio Fontana, ‘Spatial Concept ‘Waiting’’ 1960
Spatial Concept ‘Waiting’ 1960
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In Tate Liverpool


Lucio Fontana (Italian: [ˈluːtʃo fonˈtaːna]; 19 February 1899 – 7 September 1968) was an Argentine-Italian painter, sculptor and theorist. He is mostly known as the founder of Spatialism.

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