Tacita Dean spoke with Massimiliano Gioni about her work, which is on view at CIMA as part of the Giorgio Morandi exhibition, in an event celebrating her new book, Buon Fresco. She currently has a large show at the Marian Goodman Gallery in New York, until April 23.
Spring Fellow Nicol Mocchi visits “Munch and Expressionism”, an exhibition at The Neue Galerie that explores the mutual influence and intense dialogue between Edvard Munch (1863-1944) and the generation of German-Austrian artists from the early 20th century.
Luigi Ghirri, a land surveyor turned artist who was among the first in Italy to elevate color photography to the status of artistic expression is currently being shown at Matthew Marks.
The Gladstone Gallery is currently showing eleven works of the Italian artist Marisa Merz (born in Turin, 1926) until this Saturday, February 20
The Center for Italian Modern Art selected Giorgio Morandi’s Still Life, one of the masterpieces in the Galleria d’Arte Moderna in Rome, to be part of its Giorgio Morandi exhibition this season. We are pleased to have received an essay written about the work from one of the experts at the museum, Maria Catalano.
With a concise selection of works ranging from 1958 to 2002, the first Robert Ryman solo museum show since 1993 opened on December 9 at Dia:Chelsea, marking the comeback of the Dia Art Foundation to the curatorial life of New York City.
The exhibition titled “Painting in Italy 1910s-1950s: Futurism, Abstraction, Concrete Art,” presents works of Italian abstract art, bringing together fifty years of history over two floors.
On the centenary of the birth of Italian artist Alberto Burri (1915-1995), professor Emily Braun, a member of the advisory committee of the Center for Italian Modern Art, guest curates an overdue and overwhelming retrospective exhibition at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York.
The Italian Maestro Giorgio Morandi is presented in a new light at CIMA. The exhibition focuses on the formative decade of the 1930s and presents rare works alongside contemporary artists Tacita Dean, Wolfgang Laib, Joel Meyerowitz, and Matthias Schaller.
As the summer comes to an end, the Soho Arts Network is gearing up to introduce some exciting new shows and exhibitions that will be worth the trip downtown! Kathleen Farrell, Summer 2015 CIMA Intern, took the time during her time at the Center for Italian Modern Art to explore some of these arts spaces.