Forner-Bigatti Museum


Reflections about art

"what matters is finding rather than looking for. The artist is the one who finds. When I paint, I try to represent what I have found and not what I have been looking for in objets"  Pablo Picasso

"you should dress figures in colours that are congenial with each other" Leonardo Da Vinci

"the idea is what sustains the painting" " in art there is only one precious thing is that not has explain" Georges Braque

"geometry is the cage behind whose bars images are held prisoners" André Lothe

"abstract reality is far more appropiate than concrete reality in defining the kind of art that is oriented towards expressing the universal meaning of everything (Mondrian) or the inner life (Kandinsky) or the lyrical soul of colour"( Delaunay)  Michel Seuphor


Gota de Agua Móvil Centro Azul Desnudo con Uvas Contemplativo
Plexiglas,light & water Pencil and Témper o/ paper Bronze Bronze
135 x 97 x 29  cm. 2005 104 x 104 cm. 1950 165 x 70 x 40 cm. 175 x 50 x 50 cm.
Gyula Kosice Gyula Kosice Antonio Pujía Antonio Pujía
Barcas Dos Mutantes Cabeza de Mujer Desnudo
Oil on canvas Litografía Talla en Piedra Monocopia
40 x 50 cm. 1924 50 x 51 cm. 1977 1935 25 x 32 cm.
Raquel Forner Raquel Forner Alfredo Bigatti Alfredo Bigatti






Manzanas Autorretrato con la Peste Río Jano Hombre Arbol
Acrylic on paper Acrylic on paper Acrylic on canvas Oil on canvas
150 x 100 cm. 150 x 150 cm. 185 x 185 cm. 140 x 110 cm.
Clorindo Testa Clorindo Testa Leopoldo Torres Aguero Leopoldo Torres Aguero






Niña con Sombrero Copa Facetada Marrón Naturaleza a Contraluz Naturaleza
Oil on canvas Oil on hardboard Oil on hardboard Oil on canvas
56 x 46 cm. 54 x 51 cm. 51 x 54 cm. 61 x 76 cm.
Raúl Soldi Emilio Pettoruti Fortunato Lacámera Pedro Dominguez Neira
Estelas Iniciáticas Estelas Iniciáticas Contrastes Cálidos Rojos en Movimiento
Acrylic Sculpture Acrylic Sculpture Acrylic on canvas Acrylic on canvas
100 x 80 cm. 80 x 110 cm. 2004
Monique Rozanes Monique Rozanes Eduardo Mac Entyre Eduardo Mac Entyre




A Flor de Piel Los Guerreros sin Tiempo Abstracción con Curvas y Rectas Expresionismo Geométrico
Oil on canvas Oil on canvas Acrylic on canvas Acrylic on canvas
70 x 60 cm. 1995 90 x 100 cm. 1996 150 x 100 cm. 1990 150 x 100 cm. 2007

Vito Campanella

Vito Campanella

Delia Solari

Delia Solari

Figures with Horse Purity Alegóric Figure Tigre Landscape
Mixed media Bronze Sculpture Bronze Sculpture Pastel
32 x 36 cm. 1936 140 cm. tall 40 x 50 cm.

Lino Enea Spilimbergo

Lucio Fontana

Carlos de la Cárcova

Teresio Fara


The artist should paint in such a way that the object dies and, on this object, a painting which the artist feels with respect to that object should sprout. The principle of internal impulse is the sole unalterable law of art in its essence”                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Malevitch


“form is an expression of content; this, being different in each artist, helps him to reveal his spirit"

                                                                                                                                                                                                                        V. Kandinsky


“art does not reproduce what is visible, but makes visible what is not always so”                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Paul Klee

“what the artistic imagination creates might be more correctly defined as the discovery of a new form for an old content”                                                                                                                                                                    

                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Rudolf  Arnheim


"The effort entailed by the search, or the simple surrender for the sake of authenticity, contributes to the joy of artistic finding"

"the artist's inner world  attains trascendence through his sensations and emotions, expressed in the image
"The process of a work of art starts and ends analytically; its development, instead, is basically emotional"

                          Delia Solari