Luciano Fabro

Luciano Fabro ( Turin, November 20, 1936 -- Milan, June 22, 2007) was an important member of the Arte Povera  movement.
Among his most important one-man shows we recall here: Castello di Rivoli, Turin (1989); Documenta IX, Kassel (1992); San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (1992); Openluchtmuseum voor Beeldhouwkunst, Middleheim (1994); Palazzo Fabroni, Pistoia (1994); Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris (1996); Tate Gallery, London (1997);Galerie Micheline Szwajcer, Antwerp (1998, 2005); Galerie LeLong, Zurich (2000); Musée Bourdelle, Paris (2004); Palinsesti, San Vito al Tagliamento (2007); Museo d'arte Donna Regina, Naples (2007-2008); Kunstmuseum, Winterthur (2013); Reina Sofia, Madrid (2014-2015)
His permanent public artworks include the reconstructed city square in the Picasso Platz in Basel (1994) as well as the pieces created for Røst, Norway (1994); Kirishima Open Air Museum, Japan (1999); Spöllberg, Germany (1999); Hereford, UK (2004); Reggio Emilia (2005).

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