Alberto Biasi is one of the main figures of Italian post-war art. His art style, which is widely known all over the world, is representative of the post-war Italian art movement that has been called in different ways including, “programmed art”, “kinetic art” or “optical art”. From the beginning of his career, he investigated the perception of light through different works of art including, Trame, Torsioni, Light Prisms and Ottico-dinamici. In 2000, Biasi created the Assemblaggi that are monocromatic diptych and triptych which sum up his researches about the perception of the human eye.
In 2006, his work was exposed at the St. Petersburg’s Hermitage. Biasi did not only participated in twelve expositions within the Gruppo Enne, he also organised more than one hundred exhibitions in prestigious venues, such as the Ducale Palace in Urbino, the Wigner Institute in Erice, the Cathedral Museum in Barcelona, the National Museum of Villa Pisani and the National Gallery in Prague.
Biasi also exposed his work together with other artists in over five hundred exhibitions including, Italian Zero & Avantguarde ‘60s at the MAMM Museum in Moscow, the 32nd and the 42nd Biennale in Venice, the 11th Biennale in São Paulo, the 10th, 11th e 14th Quadriennale in Rome. Biasi’s art is being appreciated for its innovation all over the world and it has owned many awards.