Telling the story of a collection of art is a magnificent task.

By its very nature, each collection conceals interpretations and stories that vary depending on individual taste, and that are often colored by chance events or by historical variables that over time, imbue the artwork with value and meaning.


This brings us to the story of the Ekilibrio Foundation’s art collection.
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  • Pablo Atchugarry

    Spatial transparency
    2006
    205 x 129 x 72 cm
    Carrara white marble
    Pablo Atchugarry | Spatial transparency | 2006 | 205 x 129 x 72 cm | Carrara white marble
  • Mario Nigro

    Total space
    1953 - 1954
    93 x 73 cm
    Mixed technique on canvas
    Mario Nigro | Total space | 1953 - 1954 | 93 x 73 cm | Mixed technique on canvas
  • Mimmo Rotella

    The perfect car
    1963
    84.7 x 118 cm
    Artypo on canvas
  • Max Bill

    Transcoloration aus grün
    1972 - 1973
    62 x 62 cm
    Oil painting on canvas
    Max Bill | Transcoloration aus grün | 1972 - 1973 | 62 x 62 cm | Oil painting on canvas
  • Mimmo Rotella

    Untitled
    1962 - 1963
    32 x 36 cm
    Décollage on canvas
    Mimmo Rotella | Untitled | 1962 - 1963 | 32 x 36 cm | Décollage on canvas
  • Giuseppe Gallo

    Sister
    1993
    173 x 226 cm
    Oil painting on canvas
  • José Costigliolo

    Rectangles in light blue and white
    1965
    100 x 100 cm
    Oil painting on canvas
    José Costigliolo | Rectangles in light blue and white | 1965 | 100 x 100 cm | Oil painting on canvas
  • Mario Merz

    Untitled
    1974
    114 x 116 cm
    Acrylic on paper applied on canvas
    Mario Merz | Untitled | 1974 | 114 x 116 cm | Acrylic on paper applied on canvas
  • Arman

    Untitled
    1970
    125.5 x 101 cm
    Crushed violin, case, plexiglass
    Arman | Untitled | 1970 | 125.5 x 101 cm | Crushed violin, case, plexiglass

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ADDITIONAL SPACE. THE STORY OF A COLLECTION
The historical period in question is an abstract interpretation of the 20th Century, driven by the ideals of clarity and synthesis. In the wake of certain historical assumptions, these ideals take shape in the search for a minimalist expression aimed at minimizing the semantic value of the work as much as possible.