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Nanda Vigo’s experience in art began in 1959 when she returned to Milan to open her own studio, following her degree from the Polytechnic of Lausanne and a somewhat unsatisfactory period of work in the United States. It was the lively cultural environment of Brera that provided her with her most precious contacts, from Lucio Fontana – her guiding light – to the younger Manzoni and Castellani. She met and collaborated with the most interesting figures of her age: the artists of the European ZERO group, of which she constituted the main reference in Italy, and most of all Gio Ponti, with whom she put her name to the project of the Casa sotto la foglia in the province of Vicenza. And yet within only a short time she managed to develop an original and independent research project which she would remain faithful to throughout her life. [...]
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