Until the end of 1945

Timeline of exhibitions in Milan at miart 2019 # 1

Don’t Trust Anyone Over 30 (still) (2004) by Dan GrahamTHAT'S CONTEMPORARY

Fino al 1945 

Inspired by the Generations section at miart 2019, this guide is a tool to navigate visitors through the exhibitions currently on view in Milan. It follows a chronological order and it is based on a socio-cultural perspective. The 5 sections the guide unfolds through allow the  visitors to be able to find what they are looking for in the whole city of Milan, and to discover similarities, differences and influences amongst the various generations of artists, this way going beyond a Eurocentric approach. The first generation the guide focuses on is that of the aesthetic producers who were born by 1945 and who have lived in a time characterised by several, radical transformations: a time that is as far from us as essential to comprehend the origin of some of the most important changes in the artistic field.

Mains peintes par Pablo Picasso (1935) by Man RayTHAT'S CONTEMPORARY

Foto Andrea Martiradonna (2013) by Umberto RivaTHAT'S CONTEMPORARY

Ttéia 1,C. by Lygia PapeTHAT'S CONTEMPORARY

Surface (1961) by Ivan PiceljTHAT'S CONTEMPORARY

Il suonatore di fiori (2019) by Vincenzo AgnettiTHAT'S CONTEMPORARY

25 Impronte di pennello n. 50 a intervalli di 30 cm, (2019) by Niele ToroniTHAT'S CONTEMPORARY

Viaggio in Italia (1971) by Emilio TadiniTHAT'S CONTEMPORARY

La forma celata (2019) by Umberto MarianiTHAT'S CONTEMPORARY

La bella addormentata (il filo murato) (1988) by Mirella BentivoglioTHAT'S CONTEMPORARY

untitled (1995) by Dan FlavinTHAT'S CONTEMPORARY

large reclining figure (1971) by Hans JosephsohnTHAT'S CONTEMPORARY

Poster of Lucio Fontana (1967) by Lisetta CarmiTHAT'S CONTEMPORARY

Don’t Trust Anyone Over 30 (still) (2004) by Dan GrahamTHAT'S CONTEMPORARY

Citè de Refuge (2003) by Guido GuidiTHAT'S CONTEMPORARY

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