Photographs and printed ephemera, 1964-1968.


Photographs and printed ephemera, 1964-1968.

Collection consists of printed exhibition material and photographs which describe the work of the artists Anthony Caro, Livio Marzot, Giuseppe Spagnulo, and Rudolfo Aricò. A printed exhibition handout relates to Anthony Caro at the Washington Gallery of Modern Art and two photographs depict his 1964 sculptures "First national" and "Pulse." Four photographs illustrate sculpture by Livio Marzot: "S.1," "S.2," "S.3" and "S.4," all from a 1968 exhibition held at Salone Annunciata, Milan. Two printed exhibition handouts and four photographs, from 1965 and 1968, depict sculpture by Giuseppe Spagnulo at the Salone Annunciata. Four photographs and one color transparency describe the work of Rudolfo Aricò, also at Salone Annunciata. Six of the photographs are by Toni Nicolini.

18 items (3 folders)


SNAC Resource ID: 8298781

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Spagnulo, Giuseppe, 1936-.... (person)

Caro, Anthony, 1924-2013 (person)

Sir Anthony Caro is an English abstract sculptor whose work is characterized by assemblies of metal using found industrial objects. In 1975 The Museum of Modern Art organized a retrospective exhibition, "Anthony Caro" [MoMA Exh. #1096, April 30 - July 6, 1975] From the description of Anthony Caro papers, 1949-1974. (Museum of Modern Art (MOMA)). WorldCat record id: 670144741 ...

Salone Annunciata (Milan, Italy) (corporateBody)

Aricò, Rodolfo (person)

Felix Landau Gallery (corporateBody)

MARZOT, LIVIO (person)

Nicolini, Toni. (person)