"I strive to create a completely white (or even better: an entirely colourless, neutral) plane, which exists beyond the confines of painting and is beyond the reach of outside intervention that might add or subtract to the meaning of the plane itself: the kind of white, that is neither polar landscape nor suggestive subject, nor an object of beauty, neither an emotion nor a symbol, nor representative of anything else: A white plane that is, plain and simple, a white plane.” - Pierre Manzoni
Auction Week: Contemporary Art, Part I 10.06.2015
The contemporary sale on 10th June 2015 showcases works by leading international artists including Enrico Castellani, Lucio Fontana, Ilya Kabakov, Adolf Luther, Otto Piene, Robert Rauschenberg, Paolo Scheggi, Cy Twombly, Günther Uecker, Victor Vasarely and many others.
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