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Antenore Magri was born in Ferrara in 1907 and studied at the "Dosso Dossi" art school. His first exhibition was a group show at the Castello Estense in 1926, but for much of the 1920s and 1930s he painted in a post-impressionist style that did not attract particular attention in the local art scene.
The turning point in his artistic career came in 1940, when he met Corrado Forlin and the other dynamic members of the Savarè Futurist Group. Read the full biography

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Biografia di Antenore Magri

Antenore Magri was born in Ferrara in 1907 and studied at the "Dosso Dossi" art school. His first exhibition was a group show at the Castello Estense in 1926, but for much of the 1920s and 1930s he painted in a post-impressionist style that did not attract particular attention in the local art scene.
The turning point in his artistic career came in 1940, when he met Corrado Forlin and the other dynamic members of the Savarè Futurist Group. Only two months after his meeting with them, Magri became part of the group active in Milan at the 10th exhibition of the Aereopittori of the Savarè group with Caviglioni, Forlin and Fasullo, again presented by Marinetti.
In 1941, he attempted to bring the futurist wave to Ferrara with an exhibition organized by the "Natalino Magnani" group with Giovanni Koronpay, Magda Falchetto, Gaetano Sgarbi and Giorgio Gandini. Magri participated again with the Savarè group in the XXIII Venice Biennale in 1942.
In the 1950s, his impressionist palette took on depth and his paintings began to be exhibited outside Ferrara.
In the 1960s, his painting reached its expressive heights with the "musical paintings" and the "waiting" cycles, which included the presence of faceless and handless mannequins. In that decade, he became secretary of the Ferrara section of the Union of Fine Arts Artists adhering to U.IL, which allowed him to exhibit throughout Italy, organize exhibitions and meet other artists. At the end of the 1960s, his painting became more serial, almost anticipating the advent of the information age. Furthermore, his activity as a gallery owner intensified. Magri died in Ferrara in 1978. His artistic style, based on Ferrara, made him a unique artist in the Ferrara art scene, despite remaining in the province.

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