At Palazzo Belgioso, Milan, Massimo De Carlo stages Gianfranco Baruchello‘s last solo exhibit, called “Greenhouse”. Born in Livorno in 1924, since the early sixties Baruchello is one of the most innovative art practitioners in Italy. Currently living and working in Rome, the artist operates with painting, installation, assemblages, film, photography, and sound. Going far beyond the traditional linguistic areas, he also elaborates his visual research referencing to agriculture, anthropology, and economics as a form of critical analysis of consumerism.
- Gianfranco Baruchello, Greenhouse B/A.S.L., 1977. Courtesy of Massimo De Carlo