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This is a brief article about the life and work of Brazilian constructivist artist Hermelindo Fiaminghi. Aside from recalling the artist’s role among concrete artists in São Paulo, the author offers an intimate account of the artist’s family life. The article concludes with the announcement of a retrospective exhibition of Fiaminghi’s works at Galeria Ralph Camargo.
Brazilian artist Hermelindo Fiaminghi (1922–2004) conciliated a successful dual career in graphic design and fine arts. He embraced geometric abstraction early in his career, joining the Concrete movement in São Paulo by 1955. Fiaminghi was the recipient of a great number of awards and a participant of many group and solo exhibitions, as well as national salons and São Paulo biennials.
[For more information on Fiaminghi’s work, see the ICAA digital archive: “De concretismo & Fiaminghi,” by Carlos Von Schmidt (doc. 1307013); “H. Fiaminghi na Galeria das Folhas” (no author) (doc. no. 1305900); and “Itinerarios (Hermelindo Fiaminghi)” (no author) (doc. no. 1305086)].