Reverse-painted glass by sculptor and painter Lucio Fontana, inset into a coffee table design by Osvaldo Borsani. The first examples of Lucio Fontana#8217;s best-known series “Concetto Spaziale” were introduced in the early 1950´s. Punctures and small cuts penetrate the two-dimensional surface, activating the composition while introducing an element of three-dimensional space. The slashes of paint on the pure surface of the glass both conceptually and aesthetically mimic the action that created punctures in Fontana#8217;s canvases. The vibrant background appears like an expansive horizon with the composition simultaneously representing void and presence, the absence of an illusion to space. One of only a few known versions, this table is the strongest and most vibrant of the collaborative painted artworks by Lucio Fontana for Osvaldo Borsani.