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Museo di Santa Giulia,
Brescia, Italiy
    

8 March until 30 June

 

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Novecento Mai Visto

Highlights from the Daimler Art Collection
From Albers to Warhol to (now)

Presented by Mercedes-Benz Italy

     
   

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John M Armleder
Avec les deux lustres (FS); 1987-1993
Acrylic on canvas

300 x 425 cm

The Daimler Art Collection is presenting a guest exhibition at the Museo Santa Giulia in Brescia, its first in Italy. The unusual exhibition, entitled Novecento mai visto (The 20th century as never seen) before, includes some 200 works by around 100 international artists, which range from 1909 up to now. Alongside classic examples of Constructivism and Concrete Art through Minimalism and Conceptual Tendencies the exhibition will also present installations, photographs and videos by renowned contemporary artists.

The exhibition is further enhanced by two new commissioned works, which will appear in specific areas of the museum. Alongside the Daimler exhibition there will be another exhibition dedicated entirely to Italian art, which is titled From De Chirico to Cattelan, featuring works of the last century, which have been acquired by public and private collections in Brescia. In the history of Museo di Santa Giulia, Novecento mai visto will be the first comprehensive presentation of contemporary art.

A unique key component of the exhibition Novecento mai visto will be a comprehensive educational program for school and college students in Brescia, which is going to be developed in collaboration with the education department of the Museum. The aim of the program is to examine the content of the exhibition, its works and artists as part of school lessons or studies.

 

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Introduction

list of artists

exhibition views

 

press material