A SOMAINI SCULPTURE ON SHOW AT THE MUSéE NATIONAL D’ART MODERNE – CENTRE POMPIDOU, PARIGI

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Nauta Obliqua, 1960, bronze, cm 90x85x60, now part of theMusée national d’art moderne – Centre Pompidou collection, is permanently exposed in the hall n. 32 of the museum, which is reserved to the informal and gestural abstractiont art, next to paintings of Hans Hartung and George Mathieu. The work, donated by the daughter of the artist for the fifth anniversary of his death, has been exposed at the Deuxième Biennale de Paris in 1961, where the sculptor won the Prize of French Art Criticism.