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"As attested by the works Untitled (1951) and Total Space (1955), Nigro’s painterly experience in the ranks of the MAC too place in the context of a geometric abstraction that was based, as was the case for many other artists, on the lessons of Mondrian: his intersecting grids suggest spatial concatenations in which emerges the idea of a rhythmical sign-based arrangement in order to create destabilising spatial and temporal situations that tend towards the absolute".
- Annamaria Iacuzzi
In Pistoia Novecento. An Overview of the Art of the Post-World War II Period, Gli Ori, 2020, pp.45-47
Materials wood, graphite
Mario Nigro, Total Space, 1955, collezione Fondazione Caript
Michelangelo Buonarroti, Tomba di Giuliano de’ Medici, Firenze, 1992