deodato.com uses cookie technology. By continuing to browse, you accept their use.
A passion for painting since he was a child, makes Eugenio Carmi one of the most natural representatives of the studies and research about painting took place in the Seventies, where he will land after a transition from a figurative style to a informal one.
In the Seventies the transition is sharper because he passes by paintings and collages with unrecognizable forms, far from the world of figurative and abstract works in order to follow stricter geometric constructions. There is a sort of return to a geometric abstraction used, however, in this case for the purpose of studies of the colors, the overlap forms and color as if they were observed by using of particular colored lenses.