Abstract

Vitalità del negativo nell'arte italiana 1960/70, an exhibition that occupied the ground floor of the monumental Palazzo delle Esposizioni from November 30, 1970, to January 31, 1971, revived an ideologically loaded site in Rome under the mantle of contemporary art. Curated by Achille Bonito Oliva, it featured thirty-four Italian artists from a wide range of schools and mediums: painters from the Scuola di Piazza del Popolo (the Roman school of Pop); members of the ′60s Milanese group Azimut; kinetic environments by Padua's Gruppo N and Milan's Gruppo T; artists from Arte Povera; and other, more idiosyncratic installation artists.

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