4 March 2018


Giorgio Griffa: The Golden Ratio And Inexplicable knowledge – Revd Jonathan Evens

Camden Arts Centre is currently presenting the first solo exhibition in the United Kingdom of Giorgio Griffa, an Italian abstract painter who has been closely linked to the Arte Povera movement.

7 June 2015


Arte Povera Explored In New Boetti Exhibition At Mazzoleni London

An exhibition of exceptional pieces by the Italian conceptual artist Alighiero Boetti has opened at Mazzoleni London. The exhibition will run from 5 June – 31 July 2015. The works were curated by Rinaldo Rossi – a long term collaborator and friend of Boetti from 1967 until his death – and Corinna Turati, the exhibition presents a comprehensive examination of Boetti’s […]

14 January 2014


Major Arte Povera Exhibition To Be Mounted By Christie’s London

Arte Povera artists filled galleries with animals and decaying matter decades before Damien Hirst and Tracey Emin. With its idea that humble ‘poor’ everyday materials – both natural and man-made – can be transformed into powerful, evocative works of art, Arte Povera transformed the landscape and language of contemporary art in the late 1960s and […]

27 February 2012

Alighiero Boetti Plays The Game At Tate Modern

Alighiero Boetti: Game Plan @ Tate Modern – REVIEW Amid the flurry of spectacular publicity for the psychedelic hyped-up hyper show that is the Yayoi Kusama retrospective, Tate Modern is announcing, rather quietly, the opening of another equally major exhibition, of the work of Alighiero Boetti. Boetti is strangely unheard of, particularly in this country; […]