During my trip to Pavia I was dazzled by white […]. When I arrived at his studio I expected to see the colorful abstractions that I knew.
On the contrary, I saw a lot of completely white objects.
My friend told me, very simply, that he had given up color altogether in order to obtain, with the slightest means, the maximum poetry.
He said, “I want to build with poor materials, like bread,” and these objects as poor as bread, but rich in silvery magic, offer themselves as pearls for other white dreams, for other instances of happiness.

Sergio Dangelo, Artist