Andrea Raccagni

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From the very start in 1946 Andrea Raccagni’s works were the result of a restless and non-conformist personality.

 

His first paintings were due to the influence of the pre-informal and later rational-geometric and finally surrealist currents; these experiences helped him develop his own personal artistic expression, aimed at exploring – by means of an endless variety of materials – the clash between rationality and irrationality, light and darkness, hence the great enigma of life.


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