Gallery

P420, Bologna

Riccardo Baruzzi, Irma Blanck, Rodrigo Hernández, Alessandra Spranzi

Irma Blank

Radical Writings, Doppia pagina, dal libro totale, IV,
1985
Watercolor on paper
38 x 56 cm
Courtesy P420, Bologna

Alessandra Spranzi

Vendesi #7, 2007
Colour photograph on aluminium
17 x 25 cm
Courtesy, P420, Bologna

Riccardo Baruzzi

Ordine_swinger fuck fest, 2016
Oil pastel, graphite and watercolor on linen and
acrylic on card
60 x 75 cm
Courtesy P420, Bologna

Rodrigo Hernández

Bat, 2015
Oil on board
24 x 30 cm
Courtesy P420, Bologne

P420 was founded in Bologna in 2010 by Alessandro Pasotti and Fabrizio Padovani.

From the beginning, P420 has focused on artists whose work can be positioned in the areas of Conceptual and Minimal Art, mostly active in the 1960s and 1970s, who have developed a solid personal language but are still underestimated and unfamiliar to a wider audience. More recently, also presenting artists from subsequent generations, P420 has set out to compare languages belonging to different periods, with the aim of making timely aspects emerge.

P420 collaborates directly with artists, with their heirs or the foundations that represent them. The artists the gallery will present in the upcoming edition of ART-O-RAMA are: Irma Blank (Celle, DE, 1934), Alessandra Spranzi (Milano, IT, 1962), Riccardo Baruzzi (Lugo, IT, 1976), Rodrigo Hernández (Mexico City, MX, 1983).