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Marisa Merz
UNTITLED (LIVING SCULPTURE)
1966
Education
OPENING-DAY DIALOGUE
SPACES OF ARTE POVERA


SATURDAY,
OCTOBER 13, 2001,
2 PM

$8 ($4 WALKER MEMBERS AND STUDENTS)
AUDITORIUM
$

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The provocative work of the young Italian artists associated with Arte Povera challenged the conventional spaces and vocabulary used to display and discuss art--a particularly radical move in a country deeply identified with its Renaissance masterpieces. During this discussion, the ideas and ambitious work of these artists will be presented by Tommaso Trini, one of the first critics on the scene, who articulated the important aesthetic trends of the 1960s as they emerged; and British scholar of Italian cultural history and catalogue contributor Robert Lumley.


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