Modern & Contemporary Art
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A Roma, La Nostra Era Avanguardia
In 1970, the exhibition entitled Vitalità del negativo nell’arte
italiana 1960/70 (Vitality of the Negative in Italian Art 1960-1970)
transformed the venue of Palazzo delle Esposizioni in Rome into
a gigantic multimedia container.
It would be difficult to understand painting over the last three
decades without taking into account the fundamental presence of Alex Katz.
Enlarged and updated reissue of the fundamental monograph on the
great american artist. 450 works retrace the great sculptor's
whole artistic development.
Alexander Calder & Joan Miro
Portrays the attitude of this great artist, who succeeded in developing his
creativeness on a social level, using interaction with others and communication of
art in society at large as his method.
A broad overview of the experimentalwork of the Spanish artist,
from the ‘60s to his most recent creations.
Art & Ego
A contrversial look at how art and ego mesh to satisfy the needs of the
precarious world of contemporary fine art.
Art & Ritual
An immensely fascinating work that reveals the hidden depths of the creative process.
Art Without Art is about the innocence and the intimacy essential to making art that
exists beyond the distractions of our consumerist society.
Atelier van Lieshout
Barry Joule Archive
Works on Paper
Attributed to Francis Bacon
Biennale Puglia 2008
Explore the degree zero of painting, colour and matter, in itself and for itself;
and its great physical and conceptual density based on symbols, spiritualism and utopia.
An exhibition dedicated to a key figure in 20th Century art, this first monographic exhibition
celebrates the museum's 60th birthday against the unique backdrop of the venetian Guggenheim Collection.
Cecil King: A Legacy of Painting
From Cubism to New Dada
Cy Twombly (1928) is one of the leading figures in the generation of American
artists that comprises Andy Warhol and Jasper Johns.
Dennis Oppenheim: Short Circuit
E' Andata Cosi
A collection of the writings and articles published by one of the best loved,
most original and unorthodox figures on the italian art scene.
Ernesto Neto 4
"Its how the sculptures, made of lycra and padded various materials, targeting a
direct involvement of the public in the belief that art can be an ideal
place for interaction with others..."
Organised in two phases, the exhibition represents a
sort of encyclopaedia of artistic representation of the great
A publication that really takes an in-depth look at the Sottsass story, not just a cursory glance...
Future of Futurism
The catalogue on the centenary of futurism highlights its lively play of relationships with
contemporary European avant-gardes and its contacts with seemingly different worlds and cultures.
Orozco has shown his work at distinguished venues including the Whitney Museum of American Art,
the Museum of Modern Art, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, the
Philadelphia Museum of Art, and the Venice Biennale.
Baselitz (December 2008)
"Over the years Baselitz became indifferent first to the motif and then to technique, with the
result that he no longer felt the need to invert the image and even took to wood carving..."
Drawings & Etchings of a Witty & Delightful Flavor
Gianriccardo Piccoli 1610 Roma 2010
Gianriccardo Piccoli’s exhibition, mounted in the church dedicated
to St Bartholomew and St Alexander and the nearby oratory,
presents paintings that have been specially executed for the
occasion and designed for a site-specific installation.
Gilbert & George:
The General Jungle
or Carrying on Sculpting
Guide to the Galleria Nationale d'Arte Moderna
Giuseppe Gallo: All In
Huang Yong Ping
Huang Yong Ping, an artist inconvenient for the Chinese government, decided to
settle in Paris. The first personal gallery dates back to 1990 in France...
I Futuristi e le Quadriennali
A book on the most famous italian avant-garde in its centenary year.
Il Segno Dei Designer
An extraordinary selection of designs
by important Italian and international
Arte e Fotogiornalismo
Iran Do Espirito Santo
Museum of Modern Art:
The collection of contemporary Italian art on view to the public for the first time is
illustrated by articles untangling the tensions and artistic trends which have imbued the last 40 years
Jesus Rafael Soto
La Demoiselle d'Avignon di Milano
La Raccolta d'arte Esso: 1949-1983
Trasformazione delle Immagini
The third book on contemporary art published by DARC: Post-Modernism - art, films and history
Les Fleurs du mal
Little People in the City
MACRO / HALL: Erwin Wurm
MAXXI: National Museum of 21st Century Arts
Opere Su Carta
Rotella is an extraordinary inventor of shapes, an occasionally ironic juggler
unbridled by overly-rigid schemes or dogma.
The installation is an artistic practice that is hard to pigeon-hole as it
employs a variety of methods, materials and procedures.
The exhibition presents two large installations of Nahum Tevet, selected as milestones
indicative of the artist in research aimed at redefining the living space through
assemblages of objects, materials and colors.
Marea: Missimiliano Alioto
After the first cycle of paintings on the theme of mountains, now the eye of the artist
looks down from the summits of the mountains into the depths of the stormy sea...
The second volume devoted to the most recent works by
Antonio Nunziante, paintings which testify to his style and technical ability.
Tra Oriente e Occidente
Galliani - Notturno
Galliani is an established artist, and his style of portraiture combines arresting realism with
sensitive technical finesse to seamlessly blur the line between reality and supernatural mindfulness.
This book is a complete collection of Peruzzi's work, until his death in 2004 at 97,
faithful to the end to the ideals of the futurist painters.
A young artist from Bologna, Paolo Chiasera (1978) is one of the most promising
emerging talents on the contemporary art scene.
Permanent Mimesis: An Exhibition about Simulation & Realism
Prehistory to the Future
The collection is unique in combining extraordinarily fine paintings with unusual and precious objects...
The first Italian retrospective after his recent demise, the exhibition covers in detail
work done in the Seventies during his travels in India, Israel, Egypt and Italy...
Art from Turkey
"Save as..." is a window onto the world of contemporary art in Turkey.
Moderna Delle'Arte in Italia
The history of Italian art reconstructed via a constant comparison of
writings by artists, clients, critics and historians.
Street Art Characters
Street Art Stickers
Masterpieces from the GNAM gathered together around an
extraordinary ceiling 8 meters long created and produced by Fontana in
1960 for a private house in Milan and presented to the GNAM after being restored.
The color photographs make it possible both to contextualise the building in the
urban fabric of London, is to observe the impressive outer casing and the interior.
This book is the catalog of the exhibition in Milan (Triennale Design Museum, September 25-October 26 2008).
Tra Picasso e Dubuffet
Vincenzo Maugeri: Metroversocromie
A particularly interesting exhibition on account of the juxtaposition of portraits of
famous political figures, like Aldo Moro, figures from the world of entertainment,
like Alberto Sordi and Asia Argento, portraits of famous film directors like Dario
Argento and Ferzan Özpetek.
Presented for the first time in Italy, the exhibition is dedicated to the best contemporary art from Africa.
Young Curators & Contemporary Art
All the principal phases of Zhang Xiaogang's highly personal painting style
are retraced here, from the "Big Family" period to the dreamlike one and his photographic production.
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