Macoto Murayama, "Gerbera 2-bc-1", ink-jet print, 100 x 100 cm, 2020.

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19/02/2021

DANIEL SPOERRI - "THE LAST SUPPER OF NOUVEAU REALISME"

In 1970 the last three days of November, the city of  Milan became the scene of the celebration for the 10th anniversary from the foundation of Nouveau Réalisme art movement and for its  upcoming dissolution. The celebrations involved several performances enacted by the different members of the artistic group, amongst which the famous packing of the monument to Leonardo in Piazza della Scala, realized by Christo.The final happening was the supper organized by Daniel Spoerri and Guido Le Noci, Milanese art dealer of the Nouveaux Réa
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25/01/2021

HERMANN NITSCH HAS BEEN AWARDED WITH THE ACCADEMIC TITLE OF HONOR BY THE FINE ARTS ACADEMY ALBERTINA IN TURIN

Hermann Nitsch has been awarded with the Accademic Title of Honor by the Fine Arts Academy Albertina in Turin, the prestigious recognition, which was established around the mid 19th century, has been assigned among others to important international artists internazionali such as Fernando Botero.The important title was conferred to the Master of Viennese Actionism with the following motivation: «For always being an artist against the current and internationally renowned who knew how to renew the categories of performative and pictorial art with actions often bloody and extreme, but that managed to break new ground in the perception of our visual reality, looking into the mysteries of th
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15/01/2021

HERMANN NITSCH - "LA RIVOLUZIONE SIAMO NOI"

The documentary La Rivoluzione siamo noi (Arte in Italia 1967-1977), after being presented during the last Torino Film Festival, will be available starting in January till the end of 2021 on several online platforms su amongst which Apple Tv, iTunes, Google Play, iTunes, CG Digital, Chili.The movie narrates through the memories of the protagonists, interviewed nowadays, together with the testimonies of that time, an extraordinary moment in the history of our country: the years between the 1968 and the end of the Seventies, during which Italy represented one of
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12/01/2021

EMILIO ISGRÒ AT QUIRINAL PALACE

Emilio Isgrò has applied his famous erasures to the Italian racial laws, onoring the invitation to create an artwork to enrich the artistic patrimony of the Quirinal. The result, exhibited on four bookstands, is part of the project "Quirinale Contemporaneo", to which have took also part important artists such as Michelangelo Pistoletto, Emilio Vedova, Alberto Burri, Piero Manzoni and Piero Dorazio.Emilio IsgròColui che Sono, 2020Quirinal Palace, Sala degli AmbasciatoriQuirinal Square00187 Rome
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