From the beginning he had created an artistic relationship with architects and designers which lead him to the creation of significant sculptural works applied on religious and industrial buildings in the mid Fifties. The facades of churches in the outskirts of Milan and factories in Italy and abroad became spaces for big figurative or ornamental decorations which melded with the buildings themselves. However, it was in the Seventies that Ramous reached an articulated conception of sculpture as land art. At that time he abandoned his previous experimentations with lines and material to reach the creation of geometrical forms with clear edges which articulate in the space that surrounds them, in a balanced form.
until 17 September 2017
Carlo Ramous. Scultura architettura città
curated by Fulvio Irace and Luca Pietro Nicoletti
Triennale di Milano
viale Alemagna 6, Milan