Cassinari took part in the exhibition held at the Fine Arts Museum of Caracas, entitled Diez años de pintura italiana. He exhibited eleven oil paintings at the VIII Mostra Nazionale Premio del Fiorino, a national exhibition held in Florence, and he got a “golden diploma”. During the Mostra d’arte di solidarietà nazionale, an exhibition for the Hungarian artists organized by Lionello Venturi at the Modern Art Gallery of Rome, the Italian Ministry of Education bought Cassinari’s work Mele (Apples); in May the Gallery also housed an exhibition of the modern painters belonging to the Cavellini Collection and in that occasion Cassinari exposed six paintings, one of them Il Porto di Antibes (The Port of Antibes). In autumn Cassinari’s personal exhibition, which was composed by fifty-five works, moved from the Matthiesen Gallery of London to the Kunst KabinetKlihm of Munich; the exhibition Italian Art since 1910 till today took place in Munich too and it was presented by E. Bellonzi: in that occasion Cassinari exhibited Festa nel porto (Party at the Port). Some of his works were exhibited at the Painting in post-War Italy 1945-1957, which was presented by Lionello Venturi and mounted at the Columbia University of New York. The essay Forme Nuove in Italia (New Forms in Italy) was edited and published by the Triennial of Milan and contains Cassinari’s drawings for mosaic and cloth.