Carla Accardi
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Carla Accardi

Carla Accardi, Grande integrazione, 1957, tempera alla caseina su tela, cm 131×263, Museo del Novecento, Milano | Foto L. Carrà. Copyright Comune di Milano. Tutti i diritti riservati © Carla Accardi by SIAE 2024

06/03/2024 – 09/06/2024
Palazzo delle Esposizioni
, Via Nazionale 194

A figure of undisputed prominence on the international panorama, Carla Accardi (Trapani 1924-Rome 2014) was a major player in the visual culture both of Italy and abroad. Whilst maintaining a singular and exceptional expressive coherence in her work, Accardi contributed to the emergence and development of new ways of understanding the artwork, from the Abstraction of the immediate post-War years to Informal, Conceptual painting, Environment Painting, to art influenced by feminism, the rediscovered joie de vivre embodied in the painting of the 1980s, right up to the grandiose synthesis of her work in the 1990s and 2000s. Unlike all other artists of her generation, she consistently upheld a dialogue with artists and intellectuals younger than herself throughout the various phases of her career.


Carla Accardi

From March 6th to June 9th, 2024
Tuesday – Sunday from 10:00am to 8:00pm
Closed on Monday
Last admission one hour before closing time

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Carla Accardi, Grande dittico, 1986, vinilico su tela grezza, cm 220 x 320, Collezione privata, Vicenza | © Carla Accardi by SIAE 2024