“I hope that through the series, a different picture might emerge of a movement,” explains curator Teresa Kittler.
The Lingering Presence of Jannis Kounellis
Pondering the legacy of Jannis Kounellis, a titan of Arte Povera, away from the crowds of Venice.
In Upstate New York, a Former Factory Becomes a Private Museum of Italian Art
On June 28, Magazzino, a private museum dedicated to showcasing postwar to contemporary Italian art, opened to the public in Cold Spring, New York.
From the Feminine to the Infinite: Marisa Merz at Met Breuer
Married to a key member of the Arte Povera movement in Italy, Mario Merz, Marisa Merz’s recognition as an artist in her own right is long overdue, at least in the United States.
Beyond the Igloo: Mario Merz in London
LONDON — Among the few Italian contemporary art movements that made a mark on the international scene in 20th century, Arte Povera is probably the most interesting.