Fabio De Poli was a star of the new Florentine painting in the 70s. Considered, wrongly, an artist with roots Pop, De Poli sinks instead its culture in the European historical avant-garde as the Dadaist movement. His research has always pushed toward an analysis and a singular crossing of European painting from the early '900. Not classified and not classsificabile, his work keeps for years a penalty and an originality uncommon. Paolo Minetti, Genoa 1999.