Bianco began his research on Elementary Art in 1969 – 1970. In the “elementary” works, pictorial mediums are progressively “reduced” in favour of representations inspired by childhood drawings and books, of which they take on the flatness of surfaces and, often, also the checker work. But “elementary” art seems to be “far form being a divertissement, a joke, or entertainment art” (A. Altamira 1980) . On the contrary, it is a reflection on the limits – similar to those presented by the checker pages to children drawings - and on the schemes that society imposes to the free creativity of people: “In art too, as well as in everything, there is a big restriction of freedom. Since ten years I am working also on this matter. How is it possible to survive by respecting your own creativity?” (Remo Bianco 1980).