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Il Movimento Arte Concreta (MAC) was an Italian avant-garde art movement founded in 1948 in Milan on the occasion of an exhibition in the Salto library. Early promoters included Gianni Monnet, Bruno Munari, Atanasio Soldati and Gillo Dorfles.

Connected artists are include Piero Dorazio, Lucio Fontana, Garau, Mino Guerrini, Mazzon, Perilli, Ettore Sottsass, Nigro, Reggiani, Veronesi, Radice, Colla, Prampolini, Barisani, De Fusco, Tatafiore and Veronesi.

The group appropriates the ideas of Theo van Doesburg and Max Bill.

Concrete art is non figurative.

The movement was dissolved in 1958.

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  1. Bruno Munari
  2. Gillo Dorfles
  3. Enrico Crispolti

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