This spring S|2 London presents the first UK solo exhibition of Italian artist Bice Lazzari. Born in 1900 in Venice, Lazzari carved a singular path in the history of post-war Italian art.
The exhibition will focus primarily on her artistic output of the mid-sixties to mid-seventies, where Lazzari’s restrained, yet lyrical compositions and experiments in abstraction are at their most mature stage.
On view alongside this exhibition is selection of works by the Brazilian artist, Alfredo Volpi. Born in Italy in 1896 and raised in Sao Paulo from an early age, Volpi established himself as one of the most significant artistic figures working in Brazil during the early 20th century. The exhibition will display works from the artist’s most mature and stylistically assured period, presenting works that date predominantly from the 1950s and 1960s.