Exhibited for the first time in 1966, in the artist’s studio in Turin, the Minus Objects comprise a group of disparate sculptural objects, striking for their individuality as well as their sheer diversity of form, media and means of production. Continue reading Michelangelo Pistoletto
Quadro da pranzo (Lunch Painting) . 1965
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Tuerlinckx’s site-specific practice often focuses on the formal properties of gallery spaces, the role of museums, and the museums’ relationship to their communities. Continue reading Joëlle Tuerlinckx