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1810 Polish pianist and composer Frédéric F Chopin was born

1875 died Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot, French landscape painter, and printmaker

1900 film director and screenwriter Luis Buñel was born in Calanda Spain

1980 Austrian painter and graphic artist Oskar Kokoschka died at 93

1987 Andy Warhol, American artist associated icon of the definition of Pop Art, died at 58

Giorgio Morandi

Giorgio Morandi Autoritratto, 1924 Olio su tela, 53 x 44 cm Galleria degli Uffizi, Firenze Foto: Su concessione del Ministero per i Beni e le Attività Culturali
Giorgio Morandi
La strada bianca, 1939
Olio su tela, 36 x 43 cm
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Giorgio Morandi La strada bianca, 1939 Olio su tela, 36 x 43 cm Collezione privata
Giorgio Morandi Natura morta, 1957 Olio su tela, 30 x 35 cm Musée Jenisch, Vevey, Deposito della Fondation pour les Arts et les Lettres © Musée Jenisch, Vevey
Giorgio Morandi
Natura morta, 1920
Olio su tavola, 30,5 x 44,5 cm
Museo Morandi, Bologna
Giorgio Morandi Natura morta, 1920 Olio su tavola, 30,5 x 44,5 cm Museo Morandi, Bologna
La dolce vita
di Federico Fellini
1960
fotogramma
La dolce vita di Federico Fellini 1960 fotogramma
         

Giorgio Morandi (1890-1964) is one of the most distinguishable and yet most enigmatic artists of the twentieth century. Known in particular for his works, created with bottles and simple objects, Morandi is also renowned for his meticulous artistic research as well as the process of deep investigation he carried along his entire life.
 
This exhibition, throughout a corpus of approximately one hundred works, traces a line along the most significant moments of Morandi's production; moreover, documenting the techniques and the themes experimented during his career, this exhibition provides an overview of the artist's ability in creating volumes, lights, and the atmospheric qualities with a rather modern language.
 
The exhibition presents also works by other artists, whose works and artistic expressions have been influenced by Giorgio Morandi. Engaging a dialogue with these of Giorgio Morandi, works by Staurt Arends, Bernd and Hilla Becher, Lawrence Carroll, Craigie Horsfield, Franco Vimercati and Rachel Whiteread emphasize the extraordinary modernity of Giorgio Morandi, pioneer and inspiration for many generations.
 
 

 

 

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