Ennio Finzi

Born in Venice in 1931, he began to exhibit in the Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa in 1948. During the fifties, very young, emerges between people who are in favor of an abstract pictorial address, flowing within the movement spatialist Venetian. In 1951 he held his first solo exhibition at the Fondazione Bevilacqua of Venice by dividing the exhibition space with Tancredi and Saverio Rampin, afterwards he will exhibit at the Schneider Gallery in Rome, at the Numero of Florence and in 1958 at the Apolinnaire in Milan, where he met and attended Lucio Fontana. He has participated, by invitation, in 1959 and in 2000 the Quadriennale in Rome, and in 1986 at the XLII Biennale d’Arte in Venice.