24 May 2019
'Who’s Afraid of Drawing?' Works from the Ramo Collection at the EstorickMANLIO RHO: detail of Untitled (Composition)/Senza titolo (Composizione), 1937-38. Tempera, watercolour, coloured pencil, graphite pencil and Indian ink on cardboard, 18.5 x 15.6cm. Collezione Ramo, Milan.
Discover more drawing at Who’s Afraid of Drawing?, an exhibition of works from the Ramo Collection in Milan, now on show at the Estorick Collection, London N1, until 23 June 2019.
This exhibition comprises 60 works on paper by 20th-century Italian artists, including Pino Pascali, Lucio Fontana, Umberto Boccioni and Alighiero Boetti. Curator Irina Zucca Alessandrelli has divided the works into groups, inviting visitors to consider figuration, abstraction, sculpture, and typographical experimentation.