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On the Relativity of Distance.

(and some of its consequences):
American and Italian Art, 1963 – 2013

Curated by Filippo Fossati and Maurizio Pellegrin.

On view at the National Academy School from October 2 – November 7, 2013. Please join us for the opening reception October 3 from 5:30- 8 PM.

This exhibition presents artwork created by renowned American and Italian artists during the 1960s and ‘70s as well as National Academy students and faculty who were influenced or affected by the aesthetic ideas and materials of that period.

Giovanni Anselmo – Ingo-Heinrich Appel – Robert Arneson – Cristina Avello
John Baldessari – Alighiero Boetti – Alexander Calder – Vittoria Chierici – Christo
Pirro Cuniberti – Holland Cunningham – Roshanak Elmendorf – Daniele Galliano
Marco Gastini – Piero Gilardi – Gianfranco Gorgoni – Floor Grootenhuis – Gary Kuehn
Karen Lindsay – Nicus Lucà – Piero Manzoni – Alfredo Martinez – Nadia Martinez
Fausto Melotti – Jeffry Mitchell – Paolo Mussat Sartor – Richard Nonas – Dennis Oppenheim
Giulio Paolini – Pino Pascali – Paolo Pellion – Giuseppe Penone Richard Pettibone
Gianni Piacentino – Nicola Ponzio – Emilio Prini – Carol Rama   Man Ray – Ed Ruscha
Salvo – Mario Schifano – Judith Shea – Ayumi Shibata – Nancy Spero – Caryl Stern
William Villalongo – Gilberto Zorio

Please explore below for a sampling of works on view during the exhibition.