Alberto Burri was an artist who created gigantic works. He began painting in 1945. His work evolved through many experimental stages. In this museum, housed in old tobacco drying barns, some of his largest works are displayed, created from 1970 - 1983. The rooms are gigantic, as are the works. All abstract, he uses different materials as well as different methods of creating color. It is difficult to describe his work. It is of monumental proportions and unique in design.
We thoroughly enjoyed walking through these cavernous rooms and taking in the work as it was meant to be shown.
Go see this work. You will be glad you did. You will never see the work, or anything like it elsewhere. You can't easily move this stuff around for traveling exhibits.
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