• Luciano Fabro

    Palazzo Fabroni

    The Fabro retrospective at the Pistoia museum had the freshness and immediacy of a diary. Personal biography is always connected to his works, as the catalogue (designed by the artist himself) makes clear. Thus his story, his participation in arte povera, his progress as an individual through other shows, other writings, other perceptions, emerges through the sculptures, a critical text, and a photograph. Luciano Fabro’s visual “diary” develops by continually weaving together past and present, biography and history. The viewer is faced, not with a chronological sequence, but with sort of circular

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