Antonio Calderara was an Italian painter known for his minimalist and abstract compositions. Born in 1903 in Italy, Calderara initially pursued a career in engineering before dedicating himself to art.
His works are characterized by geometric forms, subtle color harmonies, and a sense of quiet contemplation. Calderara’s artistic style evolved over time, with influences ranging from Italian Renaissance art to Constructivism and Concrete Art.
He was fascinated by the interplay of light and shadow, often creating compositions that exuded a sense of tranquility and balance. Calderara’s art has been exhibited internationally, including at prestigious venues such as the Venice Biennale and the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
Despite his contributions to the art world, Calderara remained relatively unknown during his lifetime. However, his unique artistic vision and dedication to abstraction have gained recognition posthumously, solidifying his place in art history as a master of minimalist expression.
Antonio Calderara passed away in 1978, leaving behind a legacy of serene and contemplative artworks that continue to inspire audiences to this day.
South Korea vs. The World8 May - 4 July 2021 QG KnokkeExperience the captivating exhibition, "South Korea VS the World," at QG Gallery. Opening on May 8, 2021, in Knokke, this curated showcase invites you to delve into a captivating dialogue between two distinct artistic realms. Discover mesmerizing works by prominent South Korean artists alongside visionary creations from international talents. Immerse yourself in the transformative power of art, fostering cross-cultural exchange and uniting diverse perspectives. Join us at QG Gallery for a journey of cultural exploration and artistic discovery.
Hungary vs. The World9 January - 28 March 2020 QG BrusselsExperience the cultural collision in "HUNGARY VS. THE WORLD" exhibition at QG GALLERY, opening January 9, 2020. Celebrate renowned international artists like Peter Halley, Frank Stella, and Daniel Buren alongside the rediscovery of Hungarian masters such as Imre Bak and Lazlo Moholy-Nagy. Explore the impact of exile on Hungarian art and the resilience of artists like Victor Vasarely. Witness the innovative use of technology and abstraction by Ferenc Lantos and the Pècs Workshop. Immerse yourself in the vibrant geometric abstractions of Imre Bak. This mirror exhibition aims to grant well-deserved recognition to marginalized Hungarian artists. Join us for the opening reception on January 9 and enjoy the exhibition until March 28, 2020. Visit us Tuesday to Saturday, 11 am to 6 pm, or by appointment.