12a, b, c
inchiostro su stampa fotografica (3 pezzi)
cm 100 x 152 cad.
Brescia, Collezione dei Campiani
The Word in Art. Research and the Avant-garde in the 20th Century.
November 10, 2007- April 6, 2008
Curated by: Gabriella Belli, Achille Bonito Oliva, Andreas Hapkemeyer, Nicoletta Boschiero, Paola Pettenella, Melania Gazzotti, Daniela Ferrari, Julia Trolp and Giorgio Zanchetti.
Written, drawn, declaimed, thought, cancelled, the word has played a fundamental role in the experimentation of the historical avant-garde movements, and its presence has accompanied every significant change in the artistic poetics of the 20th century. From Futurism to Dadaism and Surrealism to Fluxus and the contemporary scene, the relationship between word and image has given life to the boldest expressive forms, making an original innovative contribution both to painting and to the more traditional forms of written, poetic, literary and artistic text. With alternating fortune, now rare, now dominant, writing has appeared throughout 20th-century art, and even today the ambiguity of its relationship with the image is as never before at the centre of interest for young artists.
For more information please visit: Mart: Museo di arte moderna e contemporanea di Trento e Rovereto