Following the great success of the 2019 retrospective of the Bosch+Bosch Group (1969-1976) at the Ludwig Múzeum in Budapest, the exhibition project continues in June 2022 at the Muzeum umění Olomouc.
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Lucia di Luciano (b. 1933) and Giovanni Pizzo (b. 1934) were both members of the Rome-based groups Gruppo 63 and Operativo R, who were active in the arte programmata movement.
They are standing in front of works by Lucia di Luciano (b. 1933, Gruppo 63 and Operativo R, working in arte programmata).
They are standing in front of Lucia di Luciano's works from the 1960s.
The section "Technologies of Enchantment" features women-artists Marina Apollonio, Dadamaino, Lucia di Luciano, Laura Grisi, Grazia Varisco and Nanda Vigo.
They were the co-founders of Gruppo 63 (1963) and Operavito R (1964 - 1968) which were a part of the arte programmata movement.
The Marinko Sudac Foundation and the Institute for the Research of the Avant-Garde are proud to organize their upcoming retrospective and monograph.
We are proud to announce that we will be curating a special project for the Ras Al Khaiman Fine Arts Festival (RAKFAF) in 2023 focusing on Eastern European Art with the theme "Natural world".
An initiative of the Sheikh Saud bin Saqr Al Qasimi Foundation for Policy Research, the RAKFAF Festival is an integral part of the Foundation’s mission is to contribute to the cultural development of Ras Al Khaimah.