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Pietro Consagra (Mazara del Vallo, Trapani, 1920 - Milan, 16 July 2005) Consagra was one of the most prestigious exponents of Italian abstract art. After completing his studies at the Palermo Academy, in 1944 he moved to Rome, where he joined abstractionism by participating in the 'Forma 1' group (1947), which claimed "the freedom to be at the same time Marxists and formalists", that is, abstractionists. Read the full biography

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Biografia di Pietro Consagra

Pietro Consagra (Mazara del Vallo, Trapani, 1920 - Milan, 16 July 2005) Consagra was one of the most prestigious exponents of Italian abstract art. After completing his studies at the Palermo Academy, in 1944 he moved to Rome, where he joined abstractionism by participating in the 'Forma 1' group (1947), which claimed "the freedom to be at the same time Marxists and formalists", that is, abstractionists. Here he worked in the studio of Mazzacurati and that of Guttuso, where he met Dorazio, Perilli, Guerrini, Turcato, Accardi and Sanfilippo. It was precisely together with these artists that Consagra prepared the manifesto of the abstractionist group 'Forma' in March 1947, in which the lesson of abstractionism was theorized. Among his last great works, in 1998, he created a marble sculpture, dedicated to Giano, more than five meters high, located in Largo Santa Susanna in Rome. Awarded the gold medal as Meritorious for Culture and Art by President Carlo Azeglio Ciampi, as well as a sculptor, Consagra was a writer and critic, collaborator of many publications of art.Pietro Consagra died in 2005 in Milan, the city in which he had settled for ten years.

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