“The Shape of Infinity” is no view at Casa Cavazzini Modern and Contemporary Art Museum, Udine, Italy.
Tag: Maria Elena Versari
Professor Maria Elena Versari will give a talk at the two-day international congress “Abstract Synthesis,” taking place October 13 and 14. Her talk will be devoted to the battle for abstract art in the 1930s journal Quadrante, its Italian and international connections, its alliance with Rationalist architecture, and the role that it played in the… Read more »
This exhibition offers the first systematic examination of Archipenko’s influence on Italian art in the first half of the century.
The congress is titled “Le Futurisme à l’Hôtel Negresco et l’avant-garde des années trente sur la Côte d’Azur.”
The talk, titled “Mechanical victories. Of machines, proletarians and the politics of the avant-garde,” is part of the Youngstown University Art Lecture Series.
Her talk (Chiriko wird Akademikprofessor) is part of the “Metaphysical Masterpieces Study Days” on April 26 and 27.
Professor Versari will discuss the theoretical redefinition and material reconstruction of historical avant-garde works in the neo avant-garde culture of the 1960s.
Professor Versari has been invited to speak at the International Conference titled “Boccioni’s Dilemma: In Search of his Sculptural Oeuvre,” organized by the Museu de Arte Contemporânea da Universidade de São Paulo in Brazil.
Professor Maria Elena Versari’s latest article, devoted to political inscriptions, memorialization and iconoclasm, has just been published in the journal Word and Image.
For the exhibition, Professor Maria Elena Versari contributed important scholarship and published in essay in the catalogue.