A Guided Tour to Challenging Beauty - Insights into Italian Contemporary Art

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Join NTU Museum on Wednesday, 9 May for an exciting visit to The Parkview Museum Singapore. You will be guided on a tour to view the private art collection of one of the most prolific art collectors in Asia, the late Mr George Wong. The exhibition Challenging Beauty – Insights into Italian Contemporary Art showcases an extensive range of contemporary art that encompasses different schools of artistic thought and practice.

Curated by internationally acclaimed curator and art historian Lóránd Hegyi, former Director of the Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien and Le Musée d'art moderne de Saint-Etienne, the works in this exhibition aim to provide a better understanding of the post-World War II art movements in Italy and challenge the viewer's perception of beauty.


 

List of Participating Artists

Aldo Mondino (1938 – 2005)

Alighiero Boetti (1940 – 1994)

Bruno Ceccobelli (b.1952)

Carla Mattii (b.1971)

Enzo Cucchi (b.1949)

Felice Levini (b.1956)

Francesco Clemente (b.1952)

Francesco Sena (b.1966)

Gianni Dessi (b.1955)

Giuseppe Gallo (b.1954)

Giuseppe Penone (b.1947)

Guglielmo Castelli (b.1987)

Jannis Kounellis (b.1936)

Marco Tirelli (b.1956)

Marina Paris (1965)

Mario Merz (1925 – 2003)

Mario Schifano (1934 – 1998)

Michelangelo Pistoletto (b.1933)

Mimmo Paladino (b.1948)

Nicola De Maria (b.1954)

Nunzio (Di Stefano(b.1954)

Paolo Canevari (b.1963)

Paolo Grassino (b.1967)

Pierluigi Pusole (b.1963)

Pizzi Cannella (b.1955)

Roberto Barni (b.1939)

Salvo (Salvatore Mangione) (1947 – 2015)

Sandro Chia (b.1946)

Ugo Giletta (b.1957)


 

Details:​

 

Date: 9 May 2018, Wednesday

Time: 2.00pm – 4.00pm 

Venue: The Parkview Museum Singapore

Pick-up point: Bus stop in front of the Tan Chin Tuan Lecture Theatre, opposite the Administration Building. 

The bus will leave campus at 2.00pm. Please be at the pick-up point by 1.45pm with your student or staff card for verification. 

 

This tour is free and is open to the NTU Community.​
To register, please visit here.

The closing date for registration is 4 May 2018 and confirmation of your attendance by 7 May 2018 via email is necessary to secure your place for this guided tour.


 

For all enquiries, email: ntumuseum@ntu.edu.sg


 

Admission is free of charge. One way transport from NTU is provided. 
Available on a first come, first served basis.


 


For more information on the exhibition and The Parkview Museum Singapore, please visit 
https://www.parkviewmuseum.com/


Image credit: The Parkview Museum Singapore

 

 

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