Essays

The Necessity of a New Vision

In November 1961, the Martha Jackson Gallery, in collaboration with the David Anderson Gallery, opened Lucio Fontana’s first major solo show in New York, an exhibition that introduced the artist to the general public in the United States. Fontana, who was in his sixties, was already recognized in Europe as a pioneer of the most advanced visual art, but this double New York show provided evidence of his exceptional talent on the other side of the Atlantic.
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