The Italian Pop Art in Cuneo

Monumental Complex of St. Francis in Cuneo hosts since May 27 “I do not love nature. Italian Pop Art from the collections of Gam – Torino “. The exhibition, sponsored by the deputy director of Gam Riccardo Passoni, is realized in collaboration with the Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Cuneo, which celebrates 25 years of activity. There are 50 artworks – paintings, sculptures, videos – coming from the Magenta Museum, which testify to the remarkable Italian presence in the movement launched in the United States in the 1960s. Numerous appearances from the De Fornaris collection include: “Tribute to Billie Holiday” by Pino Pascali – almost an icon, 1964 -, Zuccaia “by Piero Gilardi (1966),” Landscape on a Black Background “by Tano Festa (1971), “Immersore” and “Famous Chocolates of the Dead” by Aldo Mondino (1967 and 1969), “Senza titolo” by Giulio Paolini (1966), “Danger of Death” by Michelangelo Pistoletto (1973) Road Triangle “and” Blue-Purple Rectangle Triangle “by Gianni Piacentino (1969 and 1966). Info 0171/634175, , until October 22nd.

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