• Pinot Gallizio

    Galleria Martano

    Certain artists working outside the mainstream have succeeded in introducing changes in the direction of art history—sometimes small changes, sometimes not so small. To this line of eccentrics, which includes such figures as Le Douanier Rousseau and Piero Manzoni (but not, for example, Marcel Duchamp or Yves Klein), we owe significant if unexpected contributions. Artists of this sort are simultaneously ingenuous and profound, and the depth of their influence often becomes apparent only after the fact. Such was the case with Pinot Gallizio (1902–64), whose recognition, however, remains restricted

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