Arte Povera: An Italian Art Movement that Shaped Contemporary Art
Arte Povera captures one of the most pivotal points in the history of Italian contemporary art with the way it broke boundaries in traditional art making, its new engagement with audiences, and its experimental approach in making life and everyday objects integral to art. But how did it influence the broader context of contemporary art? Ambassador Giorgio Guglielmino will share his reflections.
About the Speaker
GIORGIO GUGLIELMINO is a diplomat, a writer, and a collector of contemporary art. He has published several books on art, including, in English, How to Look at Contemporary Art (and like it) (Allemandi, 2008) and This is Now: A Geographical Guide to Cutting-Edge Contemporary Art (Allemandi, 2013). He curated several exhibitions and has a regular column on Il Giornale dell’Arte.
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