Present in great public and private collections, Leon Tutundjian's artwork emerge as a major contribution to art history of the inter-war period. Founding member of Concrete Art (1930) and Abstraction Creation (1931) movements, he has actively participated to the geometrical abstract art development and was part of those rare artists open to the idea of synthesis between abstraction and surrealism, reason and emotion, geometric and organic shapes, which is giving life to fascinating biomorphic visions.
Like Léon Tutundjian’s works, Alberto di Fabio’s paintings come under abstract and gestural art and are full of scientific and concrete references, inspired by astronomy and biology or by macro and micro cosmos. Since many years, Alberto di Fabio develops his own work in the constant searching for a cosmic breath, to let us see wonderful worlds where neurones and photons, stars and galaxies are mixing each other in vibrating, colourful and fluid combinations.
At the meeting point of art and science, these two artists touch the enigmatic circle of life.