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Pop Art on paper under review at the Kulturforum

Pop Art on paper under review at the Kulturforum

Waiting for the reopening, let's talk about the Pop Art on paper exhibition. From Warhol to Liechtenstein staged at the Kulturforum in Berlin.Why this particular exhibition dedicated to the works of Pop Art made on paper? Precisely because, as Andy Warhol summarized, PopArt had to be 'for everyone', that is, popular and expendable, what better support where to make it if not that of paper?And here is the exhibition gathering the most representative works of Tom Wesselman, Mel Ramos, Claes Oldenburg and many others in whose works we find the banality of everyday life whose communicative power is found only...

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Andy Warhol's popular revolution at London's Tate Modern

Andy Warhol's popular revolution at London's Tate Modern

'An artist is someone who produces things that people don't need, but who he thinks is a good idea to give them' summed up his idea of art Andy Warhol while recognizing the uselessness and profitability at the same time.The Tate Modern dedicates to the surely most famous artist of the last century a review of over one hundred works, some of which have never been exhibited in Great Britain.In addition to his most famous subjects from Marilyn, Jackie Kennedy, Elvis there are also video and cinematographic experiments up to the installation Silver clouds made in 1966 at Leo Castelli...

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A century of Sicilian art in Noto

A century of Sicilian art in Noto

The exhibition curated by Vittorio Sgarbi and set up at the Convitto delle Arti in Noto, which tells more of a century of Sicilian art, has been suspended for a future date.The artists on display range from Guttuso to Caruso to Guccione to emerging young people with more than 120 paintings, 40 sculptures and 20 photographs.An exhibition that outlines not only the Sicilian cultural identity but also the Italian one with the presence in the last century of such number of artists that no other Italian region can boast.Here Noto, with its five-year programming of exhibitions and reviews, is reconfirmed as a...

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Giorgio De Chirico and the first metaphysical period

Giorgio De Chirico and the first metaphysical period

Digital itinerary for the exhibition on the first metaphysical period of Giorgio De Chirico which can be viewed through the website of the Musée de l'Orangerie. Waiting for the 'real' exhibition, the virtual path traces the first metaphysical period of Pictor Optimus through fifteen works ranging from 1908 to 1918. The real exhibition will be able to count on about sixty of the best known works that will retrace one of the artist's most tumultuous periods, from the influence of Nietzsche and Schopenhauer, from the first stay in Paris where he was presented by Apollinarie to Paul Guillaume to the...

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The evil to live by Antonio Ligabue

The evil to live by Antonio Ligabue

The Antonio Ligabue exhibition which will inaugurate the new exhibition space of Palazzo Tarasconi in Parma has also been postponed to a later date. In review 72 paintings and 4 sculptures to tell the evil of life of one of the most interesting artists of the twentieth century. Curated by Vittorio Sgarbi, Marzio Dall'Acqua and Augusto Agosta Tota, president of the Fondazione Ligabue Archive in Parma, the exhibition ranges from self-portraits, landscapes, wild animals to domestic animals and transports us to a world constantly poised between genius and madness . Source:https://www.fondazionearchivioligabue.it/mostre-1/2020/3/2/ligabue-e-vitaloni-dare-voce-alla-natura WE PREPARE THE AGENDA FOR AFTER COVID-19!

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