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#LucianoFabro, Lo Spirato, 1968-73

Our October 1988 cover featured Luciano Fabro, Nu descendant un escalier (Nude descending a staircase), 1988, mixed media. Installation view. Photo: Attilio Maranzano. Inside the issue, Germano Celant writes, "In his recent Nu descendant un escalier (Nude descending a staircase, 1988) Fabro ultimately proposes art as nature, with the famous work of Marcel Duchamp its panorama. 'The two things are similar enough. . . . If at a certain point I find something that interests me, Duchamp perhaps, it might be the same thing that I find interesting in a leaf. There is no boundary, no difference.' In Nu descendant un escalier, then, Fabro turns the natural truth of art into a “piece of data” in which an art of ideas, like that of Duchamp, meets the continuous experience of the nature that is art: praxis." Visit artforum.com to read the whole article, and visit our archive of more than fifty years of Artforum. #tbt #lucianofabro #germanocelant #artforumarchive

#LucianoFabro's towering "piede" (1972) comprising of a column of Shantung Silk extending to the ceiling and grounded to the floor by a claw-like base wrought by Murano glass, at @hauserwirth #ArtPovera exhibit curated by #IngvildGoetz

From the #MagazzinoCollection: Luciano Fabro, ‘Basta la vista’ (Just the View Will Do), 1988, consists of a perforated, metallic, industrial frame-like structure, which holds within it two sheets of brass. Similar to other examples of his work from the same period, the ‘Basta la vistas’ are fluid structures capable of changing forms, giving rise to questions about form, weight and force.
Many of the exhibits Fabro held, beginning in the 1980s, included his large installations that he came to call ‘Habitats’, structures with which the element of inhabitable space takes on fundamental importance. These have at their center the concept of an “ideal city,” giving rise to new, unique outcomes for Fabro’s work as a living field of action.

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Onyx, flour, 39 1/3 x 23 2/3 x 78 ¾ in. / 100 x 60 x 200 cm, 1994


Welcome to the absolute paradise of Italian art ✨💙 🇮🇹 @magazzino
So grateful to @olnickspanu Collection for creating this incredible place where Italian Art can be felt and experienced and hopefully understood by a wider audience. Please SWIPE 👉 to understand what I am talking about. Thank you @vittocalabrese for making our visit truly special and for looking after this incredible place where nature meet art and viceversa. The artist would be happy to have their work here. #LucianoFabro #MarioMerz #AlighieroBoetti #PinoPascali #GilbertoZorio #JannisKounellis #GiovanniAnselmo #PierpaoloCalzolari #GiulioPaolini #RemoSalvadori #MarisaMerz. Great team @mrmattiadeluca @vabrodie @ahmetciv #Magazzinoitalianart

#LucianoFabro, Lo Spirato, 1968-73

Luciano Fabro “tre modi di mettere le lenzuola” 1968 #lucianofabro #contemporaryart #genius #italianmasterwork

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Coming soon to Simon Lee Gallery, London ...


Simon Lee Gallery, in collaboration with the Archivio Luciano e Carla Fabro and Micheline Szwajcer, is proud to present a solo exhibition of historic works from the early 1960s by celebrated Italian artist Luciano Fabro (1936-2007), his first in London since his landmark show at the Tate Gallery in 1997.

Private view: Wednesday 29 November, 6 – 8 PM

Image: Luciano Fabro with the work Croce (1965) at the Palazzo Arte Contemporanea, Milan, 17 April 1980. © Archivio Fotografico A. Guidetti e G. Ricci.
#LucianoFabro #ArtePovera #SimonLeeGallery #London @simonleegallery

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