Within a few months, these young artists exchanged knowledge and techniques. They argued among themselves and made several collective experiences. The first meetings between Greco and Pucciarelli took place in an old house in the Belgrano neighborhood, where Barilari had his atelier which he shared with López and Wells. A little afterwards, invited by the latter ones, Kemble joined the group.
The exhibition was greeted with reserve by the public and the critiques. They doubted the seriousness of the proposals. The second exhibit held at the Eduardo Sívori Plastic Arts Museum, organized by the Modern Art Museum in November of that same year, did not do much better than the first one. In this opportunity, the photographer oined the group, introduced by Greco. Rafael Squirru wrote the prologue of the catalogue with a text where he cited Zen, Buddhism, Kant, Ko-ji-sei and the Argentine writer Federico González Frías.
From then on, the Pizarro Gallery became the leading promoter of Informalist expressions. Another exhibit with works from Greco and Pucciarelly was inaugurated on July 7, in this occasion joined by and .