14 January-15 April 2011. This exhibition, displayed at the Banca Cesare Ponti, features a selection of colourful paintings by the Milanese artist Enzo Aloni. Aloni studies the mystery of images from every day life and focuses on the beauty and symbolism hidden behind similar but not identical geometrical forms.

Aloni studied at the Brera Academy of Fine Arts and has obtained important recognition around Italy. His pictorial language is characterized by a continuous research of expressive experimentation between enigmatic figuration and geometrical abstraction.

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Address Banca Cesare Ponti. Piazza del Duomo 19, Milan, 02 86996304. Mon-Fri 8.30-13.30, 14.45-16.15.
Website www.aloni.it

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Banca Cesare Ponti. Piazza del Duomo 19, Milan, 02 86996304. Mon-Fri 8.30-13.30, 14.45-16.15.

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