L'opera è accomagnata da certificato su fotografia rilasciato dall'Archivio Generale Carlo Zauli, Faenza
"From what does the fresh sense of matter derive in Zauli's art? In my opinion it is due to the fact that this artist does not oppose the earth, but adapts to the earth, that is to say, moulds forms that follow life. Zauli, that is, instead of compressing or distorting the earth by force, grasps, rather acutely, the invisible natural form that hides within it, and concretizes it vividly" (Yoshiaki Inui, 1977). From the vase-object to plastic form, this work documents the artist's transition towards abstract sculptures of organic inspiration and geometric form. Works of this period are characterized by organic curves, jagged edges, cracks and fissures that seem to have emerged from the earth itself. It is such connection between Zauli and nature that made his work hugely revered also in Japan.
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