Always the Sea: An interview with curator Denise Mattar about the late modernist master Pancetti
According to Brazil’s preeminent art critic of the 1970s, Frederico Morais, “Pancetti’s painting is like a ship’s deck, tanned by the sun and salt. It never rusts. Honest, clean, economic, direct, austere, almost dry, even when the color expands and the gesture harbors emotion. In it there is nothin