With Umberto Varricchio, Curatorial Intern at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection
The talk on the works on paper serves to highlighting the radical and innovative techniques used and developed by twentieth-century artists: from the “automatic” drawings of the Surrealists to Cubist collages and the Action Painting of the New York School. Generations of avant-garde artists looked at works of paper not as mere preliminary studies, but rather as moments of exploration, experimentation, and a chance to exercise that expressive immediacy that became crucial to the liberating spirit of modernism.
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To participate in person: booking available as of September 12
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