Thirty Artists From Italy
April 18 – June 12, 1966
Afro | Edmondo Bacci | Samuel Bak | Umbro Battaglini | Paolo Buggiani | Massimo Campigli | Carmelo Cappello | Losi Cinello | Leonardo Cremonini | Renato Cristiano | Piero Dorazio | Georges Dyens | George d'Almeida | Franco Gozzano | Emilio Greco | Renato Guttuso | Dimitri Hadzi | Milton Hebald | Giancarlo Isola | Giuseppe Macri | Guberti Manlio | Marino Marini | Mirko | Angelo Moriconi | Haru Onoda | Aldo Pagliacci | Raymond Puccinelli | Sinisca | Vieri Vagnetti | Gian Berto Vanni
This exhibition includes paintings, sculpture, and graphics by 30 artists currently working in Italy. Graphics by Campigli, Afro, Guttoso, Marini, and Emilio Greco; sculpture by Macri, Haru Onada, and Georges Dyens, and paintings by Mirko, Vieri Vagnetti, Angelo Marconi, and Renato Cristiano, though diverse in style, are united in their fine quality. Classic and Italian elements provide common denominators: old walls and worn surfaces, landscape, the catacombs, and the light of Italy.
The exhibition was organized by Galleria Schneider, Rome. Its showing at the Renaissance Society was arranged by Mrs. Marianne Herstein.
This text was originally published in the exhibition press release. No photographic documentation of this show exists.