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  • November 2014
    Exhibitions

    A generation of artists, grouped together under the term "Arte Povera", emerged in Italy in the second half of the 20th century who, influenced by Piero Manzoni and Lucio Fontana’s artwork, and turning to the use of simple, everyday materials, realised a series of works that, without relinquishing a kind of poetic awareness of the world, were profoundly critical of industrialisation and consumer society. Of these artists, Luciano Fabro was the one with a more emphatic connection to the emergence of a new and revised approach located in the tradition. Thus he explored the creative possibilities and perspectives that, in a country like Italy, continued to open the ruins of the past.

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    Janet Cardiff, George Bures Miller and João Fernandes

    Encounter around the exhibition The Marionette Maker

    November 20, 2014
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    September 30, 2014
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    13 junio, 2014
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    Seminar "Political Imagination"
    4 junio, 2014
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    Debt, war, democratic revolutions
    16 september, 2014
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    Reinventing the square
    9 june, 2014
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    La cultura popular es anterior al pop
    27 june, 2014
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