Pollock and the New York School exhibition at the Vittoriano.
Anti-conformism, psychological introspection and experimentation: Pollock's action painting and the greatest representatives of the New York School arrive in Rome.
Through about 50 masterpieces - including the famous Number 27, Pollock's large canvas, over 3m long, made iconic by the masterly balance between the brushstrokes of black and the fusion of the clearest colors - vivid colors, harmony of shapes, subjects and abstract representations immerse observers in a magnificent artistic context: abstract expressionism.
Under the auspices of the Institute for the history of the Italian Risorgimento, under the patronage of the Lazio Region and Roma Capitale - Department of Cultural Growth, the exhibition is produced and organized by the Arthemisia Group in collaboration with The Whitney Museum of America Art, New York is curated by David Breslin, Carrie Springer with Luca Beatrice.
Art historian Emily Dellheim holds a Master's degree in Art History and Archeology from the Institute of Fine Arts at New York Univeristy. She has worked in the curatorial departments of New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and the Museum of Arts and Design. Prior to her relocation to Rome in 2015 she was Deputy Director of the Center for Italian Modern Art. Currently, Emily collaborates with MAXXI as a museum educator.
Spaces are limited! Please book your space by Wednesday, November 14th.
When: Friday, November 16th
Time: 6:00 pm (6:20pm walk in time)
Where: Via di S. Pietro in Carcere, 00186 Roma RM, Italy. Meet at the museum entrance.
Donation: €30 per person donation to AICR.
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Bookings are closed for this event.