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Silvia Stucky - Le silence habitè des maisons
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Renata Boero - Karta
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Carlo Bernardini - Linee d'ombra
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Bruna Esposito - in display case
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Carla Accardi - Untitled
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Fioroni Giosetta - Untitled
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Getulio Alviani - Untitled
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Franco Berdini - Drawing and preparatory draft collage
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Eliseo Mattiacci - Untitled
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Maurizio Benveduti - Chiasma
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Giuseppe Gallo - Caprone
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Primo Conti - Uomo in costume da bagno
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Giulio Paolini - Immacolata concezione.
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Joseph Beuys - Defense of nature
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Joseph Beuys - Olivestone
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Jannis Kounellis - Un capitano di quindici anni
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Mario Schifano - Bike
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Franco Angeli - Metaphisic
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Giuseppe Chiari - Fluxus
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Mario Schifano - Home
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Fabio Mauri - Ideology and nature
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Fabio Mauri - The universe, such as the infinity, looks in piece
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Pierpaolo Calzolari - Untitled
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Mario Merz - Tables
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Vettor Pisani - Untitled
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Vettor Pisani - Selfportrait
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Vettor Pisani - Lo scorrevole
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Vettor Pisani - Piazza del Campidoglio
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Vettor Pisani - Untitled
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Gilberto Zorio - Volcano
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Christo - Impacchettamento di Porta Pinciana
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Mario Ceroli - The David
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Fabio Mauri - Celestino V
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Giuseppe Pietroniro - Drawing
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Gino Sabatini Odoardi - Expressed impossibility
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Claudio Asquini - Ninna Nanna
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Luana Perilii - This year too
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Tobia Ravà - Angolo d'infinito celeste
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Gea Casolaro - Sopra il nostro futuro
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Matteo Montani - Emersione
Silvia Stucky - Le silence habitè des maisons
Renata Boero - Karta
Carlo Bernardini - Linee d'ombra
Bruna Esposito - in display case
Carla Accardi - Untitled
Fioroni Giosetta - Untitled
Getulio Alviani - Untitled
Franco Berdini - Drawing and preparatory draft collage
Eliseo Mattiacci - Untitled
Maurizio Benveduti - Chiasma
Giuseppe Gallo - Caprone
Primo Conti - Uomo in costume da bagno
Giulio Paolini - Immacolata concezione.
Joseph Beuys - Defense of nature
Joseph Beuys - Olivestone
Jannis Kounellis - Un capitano di quindici anni
Mario Schifano - Bike
Franco Angeli - Metaphisic
Giuseppe Chiari - Fluxus
Mario Schifano - Home
Fabio Mauri - Ideology and nature
Fabio Mauri - The universe, such as the infinity, looks in piece
Pierpaolo Calzolari - Untitled
Mario Merz - Tables
Vettor Pisani - Untitled
Vettor Pisani - Selfportrait
Vettor Pisani - Lo scorrevole
Vettor Pisani - Piazza del Campidoglio
Vettor Pisani - Untitled
Gilberto Zorio - Volcano
Christo - Impacchettamento di Porta Pinciana
Mario Ceroli - The David
Fabio Mauri - Celestino V
Giuseppe Pietroniro - Drawing
Gino Sabatini Odoardi - Expressed impossibility
Claudio Asquini - Ninna Nanna
Luana Perilii - This year too
Tobia Ravà - Angolo d'infinito celeste
Gea Casolaro - Sopra il nostro futuro
Matteo Montani - Emersione

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The work is a multiple of the Fibonacci Tables, which the artist exhibited in Geneva in 1985 and represents perhaps the most complete idea compared to the author's cycle of tables, as it combines two discourses: the tables conceived as the architectural and object representation of the Fibonacci numerical series (identified in the thirteenth century by the abbot Leonardo da Pisa, nicknamed Fibonacci according to which each number is constituted by the sum of the two preceding it) and, visually, the spiral. Regarding the cycle of tables, the artist in an interview from 1981 (with Amman Pagè) states: "The idea of ​​the table came to me for the first time while we were sitting, all together, in a restaurant. There was a photographer who first photographed one person, then two, three ... up to 55. It was a structure corresponding to the Fibonacci numerical series ... I therefore made a table for one person, for two people, then for three and so on ... what interested me is the physical side of the table, since the table is linked to man in a very organic way. The table is a raised, raised piece of land ". All of Mario Merz's work focuses on the absolute predilection for the spiral form, understood as a mathematical and symbolic form: the spiral which, moving away from itself for infinite repetitions, reaffirms itself.

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