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Paolo Scheggi per ITALIA SESSANTA

L’Associazione Paolo Scheggi è felice di annunciare che l’opera dell’artista Intersuperficie, 1969, acrilico rosso su tre tele sovrapposte, 100 x 70 x 6 cm, Collezione Cosima Scheggi, Milano è parte della mostra ITALIA SESSANTA. Arte, Moda e Design. Dal Boom al Pop Mostra a cura di Carla Cerutti, Enrico Minio Capucci, Raffaella Sgubin, Lorenzo Michelli […]

Premio In memoria di Cristina Castiglioni Roversi – III edizione

The Paolo Scheggi Archive Association, in pursuit of one of the objectives of its mission, which is to promote the study and in-depth study of the work and life of Paolo Scheggi, invites international researchers and scholars who have obtained a second-level academic degree in art-historical disciplines (old-school degree, master's or master's degree or similar academic degree obtained abroad [...].

Essay in Art and Public Space

The essay The City as a Time of Performance. Re-enactment and Persistence in the Languages of Contemporaneity: Paolo Scheggi in Public Space, by Ilaria Bignotti, scientific curator of the Paolo Scheggi Association, will be published in the volume Arte e spazio pubblico published by Silvana, a project edited by the General Directorate for Contemporary Creativity of the Ministry of Culture and the Fondazione Scuola dei beni e [...]

Essay in Nove tendencije 60 godina poslije

The essay Paolo Scheggi and nove tendencije: history of a dialogue between experimentation and passion, authored by Ilaria Bignotti, scientific curator of the Paolo Scheggi Association, was published in the volume NOVE TENDENCIJE-SESSANT YEARS, published by the Museum of Contemporary Art in Zagreb to celebrate the anniversary of the new international art avant-garde movement.

Premio In memoria di Cristina Castiglioni Roversi – II edizione

The Paolo Scheggi Archive Association, in pursuit of one of the objectives of its mission, which is to promote the study and in-depth study of the work and life of Paolo Scheggi, invites international researchers and scholars who have obtained a second-level academic degree in art-historical disciplines (old-school degree, master's or master's degree or similar academic degree obtained abroad [...].