“produced to accompany the first UK solo show of the pioneering Italian artist Corrado Cagli”
Corrado Cagli (Ancona 1910 – Roma 1976), also known as Maestro Cagli. Corrado Cagli: From Rome to New York, was organised in collaboration with the Archivio Corrado Cagli (Rome). Curated by Alberto Mazzacchera, the show featured over forty works by Maestro Cagli on view for the first time in the UK. Two main strands of the artist’s career are referenced: the Roman School of Painting (1930s), and the abstract period (1940s-1950s). The fully illustrated catalogue includes introductory essays by curator Alberto Mazzacchera.