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“Spunti di Giovane Arte Italiana”

Corrado Levi Studio

With “Spunti di Giovane Arte Italiana“ (Glimpses of new Italian art), Corrado Levi concluded an experiment in which, for over a year, he used his studio to exhibit the work of young artists. A collector, a teacher of architecture, and an artist himself, he assumed the additional roles of curator and organizer. (He put together shows not only in his studio, but also in other locations, including Milan’s Padiglione Arte Contemporanea.) Levi has said that his aim in arranging these exhibitions was to inform not just others but himself, to set up for himself a series of interesting occasions and encounters. The exhibition, which subsequently traveled to the Galleria Buades in Madrid, was a document of his manner of keeping abreast with a new generation of Italian artists.

The show was vast, including the work of around 40 people. Different ambitions, different information, the pluses and minuses

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