Luigi Veronesi
1908 – 1998

Luigi Veronesi was part of the Parisian Abstraction-Creation group, with which Kandindsky, van Doesburg, Arp, and Schiwtters were all affiliated; Veronesi had also studied under Moholy at the Bauhaus. By 1936, he was painting a series of sequential abstractions and had exhibited in the first group show of abstract art in Italy. He decided that he could no longer abide by the “fictitious movement” of the static image, however, and set out to paint “through the means of cinema.” Over …

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Film no. 4 (1940)