WhereTriennale di Milano
CategoryModern & Contemporary Art, Photography
November 19, 2013
February 2, 2014
The exhibition Quarantanni d’Artecontemporanea – Massimo Minini 1973–2013 at Triennale di Milano celebrates the 40th anniversary of Galleria Minini, the contemporary art gallery run by Massimo Minini in Brescia.
Massimo Minini and his gallery are an integral part of the recent history of contemporary art, with exhibitions of many of the most important artists of recent decades, Italian as well as international.
The exhibition consists of works which have been on display at Galleria Minini over the last 40 years, giving the visitor an insight into the recent history of contemporary art. Historical works are presented alongside site-specific installations, and one section is devoted to Italian photography with a series of portraits of Italian artists made by photographers like Ugo Mulas, Elisabetta Catalano, Gianfranco Gorgoni, Paolo Mussat Sartor and Mario Cresci.
In total works of no less than 80 artists are included in the exhibition, amongst which Stefano Arienti, Vanessa Beecroft, Daniel Buren, Letizia Cariello, Luciano Fabro, David Maljkovic, Paolo Novelli and Francesca Woodman.