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Ernesto Sartori has always conducted his sculpture experiments with a paintbrush in hand to revisit form differently — certainly in a more fluid way. He is a painter who uses volumes for his painting needs. Similarly to Uccello, who would build wooden horses to get a better picture of the physical reality of the Battle of San Romano, one could approach Ernesto Sartori's installations as life-size experiments for pictorial compositions that go beyond the model since they do not disappear to give way to painting. The paintings move the sculptures in different spaces and contexts, which are most often i ...