An important figure of the 1950s and 1960s, Piero Manzoni is considered one of the most innovative artists of the period, along with Lucio Fontana and Yves Klein, with whom he shares a predilection for monochrome painting. Manzoni was a self-taught artist with a background in philosophy but after seeing Klein's blue monocrhome paintings, his practice was somewhat radicalised and he began to explore the possibilities for producing monochromatic paintings that were absent of pigment. This publication collects all of Manzoni's major white paintings from the period.

Piero Manzoni - Achrome

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