Major Bruno Di Bello Retrospective Opens at Fondazione Marconi


MILAN.- On Wednesday 15 September Fondazione Marconi presented a big retrospective of Bruno Di Bello. The exhibition is displayed on the four floors of Spazio Marconi and covers the whole activity of the artist from his first experiences between painting and photography during the Sixties, to the Mec-Art period, to the big canvas where he mixes writing and photography until his recent digital abstraction works. Bruno Di Bello artistic activity began when he joined Gruppo ’58 in Neaples, but his work differred from that of his mates because he was much more interested in abstract art, oriented towards a setting to zero of painting. In 1966 he had his first solo show at Lucio Amelio Gallery. In this period he began his first experiments with photography, he transferred on light-sensitive canvas images like the Moshe Dayan face (Studio per ritratto di condottiero, 1965) or other protagonists of that period. In 1967 h