On October 30, 2014, the Center for Italian Modern Art held the first program of its Medardo Rosso season: a symposium exploring Rosso’s approach to serial sculpture, focused on the Bambino ebreo.
At the end of July we bid farewell to our spring fellows, Ilaria Cicali and Ilaria Barzaghi. We were sorry to see them go. It has been a fantastic season of studying Medardo Rosso and sharing this process of discovery with our visitors.
Summer Intern, Erica Blume, relates the ever-emotional process of de-installing a show as we end CIMA’s 2nd season on Medardo Rosso. Working closely with conservators, discoveries were made regarding the creative methods and techniques the artist used.
The second season at the Center for Italian Modern Art on Medardo Rosso is concluding this weekend. Here is an overview of CIMA’s second year.
A look at the collector Lydia Winston Malbin, her connection with Medardo Rosso, the Il Milione Gallery in Milan, and Alfred Barr Jr. and Margaret Scolari Barr.
Watch the video below to learn more about one of Medardo Rosso’s most interesting pieces from CIMA spring fellow Ilaria M. P. Barzaghi. The video is about one of the earliest works by Medardo Rosso currently on view at CIMA Center for Italian Modern Art.
Edgar Degas and Medardo Rosso, who were good friends, were both passionate about horse-racing.
In honor of the 147th running of the Belmont Stakes, CIMA has a new video out about Medardo Rosso’s sculpture, The Bookmaker
Medardo Rosso was ahead of his time, and he knew it. He was a photographer himself, because he knew that professional photographers weren’t able to properly see his work, to understand and represent it.
How a master of postwar art (Jasper Johns), a key critic (Max Kozloff), and a sculptor crucial to the development of modern art (Medardo Rosso) could meet
Thanks to all who came to our April 23 Study Day on Alfred Barr and Margaret Scolari Barr, and the reception afterwards! It was an incredible series of papers and a great discussion with the audience. Stay tuned for the videos of the program.
Reception photos by CIMA volunteer photographer extraordinaire Luisa De Luca.