Dennis Oppenheim

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DENNIS OPPENHEIM

DENNIS OPPENHEIM

Biography

Dennis Oppenheim was born in Electric City, Washington, in 1938 and passed away in New York in 2011. He attended the California College of Art and Crafts in Oakland and the Stanford University. In 1966 he moved to New York where he discovered the avant-garde artistic circles. From 1967, the year of his first “Earthwork”, until the early ‘70s he performed a series of interventions on the natural landscape (with no permanent consequences) using materials that degrade and show a transitory character. The only evident trace of his work is visible in the photographic and cinematographic documentation. During the ‘70s, he moved from Land Art to Body Art: in 1970 he made the work “Reading Position for Second Degree Burn” for which he lays down with a book open on his chest for several hours in the light of the sun that outlines the trace of its passage on the body. The artist also experiments with video and performance, realizing works that deal with lights and sounds and that reflect on the concepts of time and genetics. During the ‘80s and the ‘90s he carted large-scale installations that represent common but distorted objects that defy the limits of physics. His interest in three-dimensional space and perception can also be found in more recent works, such as “Radiant Fountains” (2010) installed at the entrance of the Bush International Airport in Houston (Texas) with LED light strings and acrylic spheres.

Dennis Oppenheim first solo exhibition was held in 1968 at the John Gibson Gallery, New York, followed by numerous solos in public and private institutions all over the world: Guild Hall, East Hampton NY (2018), Art Institute of Chicago (2016), MAMCO, Geneva (2015, 1996), Yorkshire Sculpture Park, West Bretton (2013), Musée d’Art Moderne et Contemporain, Saint-Etienne (2011), MARCA, Catanzaro (2009), Neuberger Museum, New York (2006), Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid (2005), Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (2003), Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin (2001), Kunsthalle Hamburg (1999), Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami and Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil, Mexico City (1998), Los Angeles County Museum of Art (1997), Rijksmusuem Kroller-Muller, Otterlo and Mannheimer Kunstverein, Mannheim (1996), Musée d’Art Moderne de Lille (1994), Museum of Fine Arts, Houston (1992), Institute for Contemporary Art, Long Island City (1991), Tel Aviv Museum and Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco (1984), Seattle Art Museum, Seattle (1983), Vancouver Art Gallery (1982), Musée d’Art et d’Histoire, Geneva (1982, 1980), Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris and The Israel Museum, Jerusalem (1979), Musée d’art contemporain, Montréal (1978), Museum Boymans-van-Beuningen, Rotterdam (1976), Palais des Beaux-Arts, Brussels (1975), Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam (1974), Tate Gallery, London (1972).

Among the most recent collective shows held in institutions: MAMAC, Nice (2018), Museum of Contemporary Art, Marseille (2017), Tate Modern, London and National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C. (2016), Lille Métropole Musée d’art moderne, Villeneuve d’Ascq (2015), Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago (2014), Centre Georges Pompidou, Metz (2013), The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (2012), Museum of Modern Art, New York (2011, 2007), Museo Nacional de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid (2010), The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo (2009), Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia (2008), Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris (2006), Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna (2005), The National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto (2004), Kunsthalle, Dusseldorf (2003), Musée d’art contemporain, Bordeaux (2002), Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (2001), Centre de Culture Contemporaine, Barcelona (2000). Dennis Oppenheim took part in prestigious international events such as: Valencia Biennial (2003), Venice Biennale (1997, 1980), Johannesburg Biennial (1997), Documenta, Kassel (1977, 1972). The collaboration with Galleria Fumagalli began in 2010 on the occasion of the first personal exhibition “Material Interchange. Works 1968-1974”, with a catalog curated by Alberto Fiz. A second solo exhibition was organized in 2013 at Pecci Museum in Milan, in collaboration with Spazioborgogno.

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Biography

Dennis Oppenheim was born in Electric City, Washington, in 1938 and passed away in New York in 2011. He attended the California College of Art and Crafts in Oakland and the Stanford University. In 1966 he moved to New York where he discovered the avant-garde artistic circles. From 1967, the year of his first “Earthwork”, until the early ‘70s he performed a series of interventions on the natural landscape (with no permanent consequences) using materials that degrade and show a transitory character. The only evident trace of his work is visible in the photographic and cinematographic documentation. During the ‘70s, he moved from Land Art to Body Art: in 1970 he made the work “Reading Position for Second Degree Burn” for which he lays down with a book open on his chest for several hours in the light of the sun that outlines the trace of its passage on the body. The artist also experiments with video and performance, realizing works that deal with lights and sounds and that reflect on the concepts of time and genetics. During the ‘80s and the ‘90s he carted large-scale installations that represent common but distorted objects that defy the limits of physics. His interest in three-dimensional space and perception can also be found in more recent works, such as “Radiant Fountains” (2010) installed at the entrance of the Bush International Airport in Houston (Texas) with LED light strings and acrylic spheres.

Dennis Oppenheim first solo exhibition was held in 1968 at the John Gibson Gallery, New York, followed by numerous solos in public and private institutions all over the world: Guild Hall, East Hampton NY (2018), Art Institute of Chicago (2016), MAMCO, Geneva (2015, 1996), Yorkshire Sculpture Park, West Bretton (2013), Musée d’Art Moderne et Contemporain, Saint-Etienne (2011), MARCA, Catanzaro (2009), Neuberger Museum, New York (2006), Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid (2005), Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (2003), Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin (2001), Kunsthalle Hamburg (1999), Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami and Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil, Mexico City (1998), Los Angeles County Museum of Art (1997), Rijksmusuem Kroller-Muller, Otterlo and Mannheimer Kunstverein, Mannheim (1996), Musée d’Art Moderne de Lille (1994), Museum of Fine Arts, Houston (1992), Institute for Contemporary Art, Long Island City (1991), Tel Aviv Museum and Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco (1984), Seattle Art Museum, Seattle (1983), Vancouver Art Gallery (1982), Musée d’Art et d’Histoire, Geneva (1982, 1980), Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris and The Israel Museum, Jerusalem (1979), Musée d’art contemporain, Montréal (1978), Museum Boymans-van-Beuningen, Rotterdam (1976), Palais des Beaux-Arts, Brussels (1975), Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam (1974), Tate Gallery, London (1972).

Among the most recent collective shows held in institutions: MAMAC, Nice (2018), Museum of Contemporary Art, Marseille (2017), Tate Modern, London and National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C. (2016), Lille Métropole Musée d’art moderne, Villeneuve d’Ascq (2015), Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago (2014), Centre Georges Pompidou, Metz (2013), The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (2012), Museum of Modern Art, New York (2011, 2007), Museo Nacional de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid (2010), The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo (2009), Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia (2008), Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris (2006), Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna (2005), The National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto (2004), Kunsthalle, Dusseldorf (2003), Musée d’art contemporain, Bordeaux (2002), Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (2001), Centre de Culture Contemporaine, Barcelona (2000). Dennis Oppenheim took part in prestigious international events such as: Valencia Biennial (2003), Venice Biennale (1997, 1980), Johannesburg Biennial (1997), Documenta, Kassel (1977, 1972). The collaboration with Galleria Fumagalli began in 2010 on the occasion of the first personal exhibition “Material Interchange. Works 1968-1974”, with a catalog curated by Alberto Fiz. A second solo exhibition was organized in 2013 at Pecci Museum in Milan, in collaboration with Spazioborgogno.

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Works

Dennis Oppenheim, Condensed 220 Yard Dash, 1969. Plaster, soil, B/W photograph, variable dimensions

Dennis Oppenheim, Condensed 220 Yard Dash, 1969. Plaster, soil, B/W photograph, variable dimensions

Dennis Oppenheim, Condensed 220 Yard Dash, 1969
Plaster, soil, B/W photograph, variable dimensions
Dennis Oppenheim, Ground Mutations, 1969. Color and B/W photographs, typewritten text, 125×389 cm

Dennis Oppenheim, Ground Mutations, 1969. Color and B/W photographs, typewritten text, 125×389 cm

Dennis Oppenheim, Ground Mutations, 1969
Color and B/W photographs, typewritten text, 125×389 cm
Dennis Oppenheim, Reading Position for Second Degree Burn, 1970. Color and B/W photographs, typewritten text, 63×53 cm

Dennis Oppenheim, Reading Position for Second Degree Burn, 1970. Color and B/W photographs, typewrit

Dennis Oppenheim, Reading Position for Second Degree Burn, 1970
Color and B/W photographs, typewritten text, 63×53 cm
Dennis Oppenheim, Stomach X-Ray, 1974. Color and B/W photographs, collage, typewritten and handwritten text on cardboard, 70,3×56 cm

Dennis Oppenheim, Stomach X-Ray, 1974. Color and B/W photographs, collage, typewritten and handwritt

Dennis Oppenheim, Stomach X-Ray, 1974
Color and B/W photographs, collage, typewritten and handwritten text on cardboard, 70,3×56 cm
Dennis Oppenheim, Forming Sounds, 1971. Color photographs, typewritten text, 174×205 cm

Dennis Oppenheim, Forming Sounds, 1971. Color photographs, typewritten text, 174×205 cm

Dennis Oppenheim, Forming Sounds, 1971
Color photographs, typewritten text, 174×205 cm
Dennis Oppenheim, Recall, 1973. Photographic collage, project, typewritten and handwritten text on cardboard 86×106 cm

Dennis Oppenheim, Recall, 1973. Photographic collage, project, typewritten and handwritten text on c

Dennis Oppenheim, Recall, 1973
Photographic collage, project, typewritten and handwritten text on cardboard 86×106 cm
Dennis Oppenheim, Untitled Performance, 1974. Color and B/W photograph, typewritten and handwritten text, color pencil diagram on cardboard, 2 panels 103,5×78,5 cm each, 103,5×157 cm overall

Dennis Oppenheim, Untitled Performance, 1974. Color and B/W photograph, typewritten and handwritten

Dennis Oppenheim, Untitled Performance, 1974
Color and B/W photograph, typewritten and handwritten text, color pencil diagram on cardboard, 2 panels 103,5×78,5 cm each, 103,5×157 cm overall
Dennis Oppenheim, Theme for a Major Hit, 1974. Color and B/W photographs, color pencil diagram, typewritten text on cardboard, 2 panels 104×77,5 cm each, 104×155 cm overall

Dennis Oppenheim, Theme for a Major Hit, 1974. Color and B/W photographs, color pencil diagram, type

Dennis Oppenheim, Theme for a Major Hit, 1974
Color and B/W photographs, color pencil diagram, typewritten text on cardboard, 2 panels 104×77,5 cm each, 104×155 cm overall
Dennis Oppenheim, Identity Stretch, 1970-75. Color photograph, oli pencil on B/W photograph, topographic map with notes, typewritten text on cardboard, 102,5×77 cm

Dennis Oppenheim, Identity Stretch, 1970-75. Color photograph, oli pencil on B/W photograph, topogra

Dennis Oppenheim, Identity Stretch, 1970-75
Color photograph, oli pencil on B/W photograph, topographic map with notes, typewritten text on cardboard, 102,5×77 cm
Dennis Oppenheim, Digestion. Fiberglass Wax Gas, 1990. Pencil, color pencil, oil on paper, 73×102 cm

Dennis Oppenheim, Digestion. Fiberglass Wax Gas, 1990. Pencil, color pencil, oil on paper, 73×102 c

Dennis Oppenheim, Digestion
Fiberglass Wax Gas, 1990. Pencil, color pencil, oil on paper, 73×102 cm
Dennis Oppenheim, Study for Electric Kisses, 2008. Pencil, color pencil, oil on paper, 130×200 cm

Dennis Oppenheim, Study for Electric Kisses, 2008. Pencil, color pencil, oil on paper, 130×200 cm

Dennis Oppenheim, Study for Electric Kisses, 2008
Pencil, color pencil, oil on paper, 130×200 cm
Dennis Oppenheim, Study for Building Poking it’s Eyes our Resting on Exposed Kidney Pool 25H’, 1995. Pencil, color pencil, oil on paper, 98×127 cm

Dennis Oppenheim, Study for Building Poking it’s Eyes our Resting on Exposed Kidney Pool 25H’, 1

Dennis Oppenheim, Study for Building Poking it’s Eyes our Resting on Exposed Kidney Pool 25H’, 1995
Pencil, color pencil, oil on paper, 98×127 cm
Dennis Oppenheim, Study for Appliance Spirit #2, 1989. Pencil, color pencil, oil on paper, 193,5x127 cm

Dennis Oppenheim, Study for Appliance Spirit #2, 1989. Pencil, color pencil, oil on paper, 193,5x127

Dennis Oppenheim, Study for Appliance Spirit #2, 1989
Pencil, color pencil, oil on paper, 193,5x127 cm
Dennis Oppenheim, Study for Revolving Kisses Racks, 1990. Pencil, color pencil, oil on paper, 127×98,5 cm

Dennis Oppenheim, Study for Revolving Kisses Racks, 1990. Pencil, color pencil, oil on paper, 127×9

Dennis Oppenheim, Study for Revolving Kisses Racks, 1990
Pencil, color pencil, oil on paper, 127×98,5 cm
Dennis Oppenheim, Second Generation Image, 1988. Pencil, color pencil, oil on paper, 107×73 cm

Dennis Oppenheim, Second Generation Image, 1988. Pencil, color pencil, oil on paper, 107×73 cm

Dennis Oppenheim, Second Generation Image, 1988
Pencil, color pencil, oil on paper, 107×73 cm
Dennis Oppenheim, Study for Spinning Dancers, 1989. Pencil, color pencil, oil and silk-screen printing on paper, 97×127 cm

Dennis Oppenheim, Study for Spinning Dancers, 1989. Pencil, color pencil, oil and silk-screen printi

Dennis Oppenheim, Study for Spinning Dancers, 1989
Pencil, color pencil, oil and silk-screen printing on paper, 97×127 cm
Dennis Oppenheim, Study for Spinning Dancers, 1989. Pencil, color pencil, oil and silk-screen printing on paper, 96×126 cm

Dennis Oppenheim, Study for Spinning Dancers, 1989. Pencil, color pencil, oil and silk-screen printi

Dennis Oppenheim, Study for Spinning Dancers, 1989
Pencil, color pencil, oil and silk-screen printing on paper, 96×126 cm
Dennis Oppenheim, Study for High Energy Expression, 1988. Pencil, color pencil, oil and silk-screen printing on paper, 95×61 cm

Dennis Oppenheim, Study for High Energy Expression, 1988. Pencil, color pencil, oil and silk-screen

Dennis Oppenheim, Study for High Energy Expression, 1988
Pencil, color pencil, oil and silk-screen printing on paper, 95×61 cm

Works

Dennis Oppenheim, Condensed 220 Yard Dash, 1969. Plaster, soil, B/W photograph, variable dimensions

Dennis Oppenheim, Condensed 220 Yard Dash, 1969. Plaster, soil, B/W photograph, variable dimensions

Dennis Oppenheim, Condensed 220 Yard Dash, 1969
Plaster, soil, B/W photograph, variable dimensions
Dennis Oppenheim, Ground Mutations, 1969. Color and B/W photographs, typewritten text, 125×389 cm

Dennis Oppenheim, Ground Mutations, 1969. Color and B/W photographs, typewritten text, 125×389 cm

Dennis Oppenheim, Ground Mutations, 1969
Color and B/W photographs, typewritten text, 125×389 cm
Dennis Oppenheim, Reading Position for Second Degree Burn, 1970. Color and B/W photographs, typewritten text, 63×53 cm

Dennis Oppenheim, Reading Position for Second Degree Burn, 1970. Color and B/W photographs, typewrit

Dennis Oppenheim, Reading Position for Second Degree Burn, 1970
Color and B/W photographs, typewritten text, 63×53 cm
Dennis Oppenheim, Stomach X-Ray, 1974. Color and B/W photographs, collage, typewritten and handwritten text on cardboard, 70,3×56 cm

Dennis Oppenheim, Stomach X-Ray, 1974. Color and B/W photographs, collage, typewritten and handwritt

Dennis Oppenheim, Stomach X-Ray, 1974
Color and B/W photographs, collage, typewritten and handwritten text on cardboard, 70,3×56 cm
Dennis Oppenheim, Forming Sounds, 1971. Color photographs, typewritten text, 174×205 cm

Dennis Oppenheim, Forming Sounds, 1971. Color photographs, typewritten text, 174×205 cm

Dennis Oppenheim, Forming Sounds, 1971
Color photographs, typewritten text, 174×205 cm
Dennis Oppenheim, Recall, 1973. Photographic collage, project, typewritten and handwritten text on cardboard 86×106 cm

Dennis Oppenheim, Recall, 1973. Photographic collage, project, typewritten and handwritten text on c

Dennis Oppenheim, Recall, 1973
Photographic collage, project, typewritten and handwritten text on cardboard 86×106 cm
Dennis Oppenheim, Untitled Performance, 1974. Color and B/W photograph, typewritten and handwritten text, color pencil diagram on cardboard, 2 panels 103,5×78,5 cm each, 103,5×157 cm overall

Dennis Oppenheim, Untitled Performance, 1974. Color and B/W photograph, typewritten and handwritten

Dennis Oppenheim, Untitled Performance, 1974
Color and B/W photograph, typewritten and handwritten text, color pencil diagram on cardboard, 2 panels 103,5×78,5 cm each, 103,5×157 cm overall
Dennis Oppenheim, Theme for a Major Hit, 1974. Color and B/W photographs, color pencil diagram, typewritten text on cardboard, 2 panels 104×77,5 cm each, 104×155 cm overall

Dennis Oppenheim, Theme for a Major Hit, 1974. Color and B/W photographs, color pencil diagram, type

Dennis Oppenheim, Theme for a Major Hit, 1974
Color and B/W photographs, color pencil diagram, typewritten text on cardboard, 2 panels 104×77,5 cm each, 104×155 cm overall
Dennis Oppenheim, Identity Stretch, 1970-75. Color photograph, oli pencil on B/W photograph, topographic map with notes, typewritten text on cardboard, 102,5×77 cm

Dennis Oppenheim, Identity Stretch, 1970-75. Color photograph, oli pencil on B/W photograph, topogra

Dennis Oppenheim, Identity Stretch, 1970-75
Color photograph, oli pencil on B/W photograph, topographic map with notes, typewritten text on cardboard, 102,5×77 cm
Dennis Oppenheim, Digestion. Fiberglass Wax Gas, 1990. Pencil, color pencil, oil on paper, 73×102 cm

Dennis Oppenheim, Digestion. Fiberglass Wax Gas, 1990. Pencil, color pencil, oil on paper, 73×102 c

Dennis Oppenheim, Digestion
Fiberglass Wax Gas, 1990. Pencil, color pencil, oil on paper, 73×102 cm
Dennis Oppenheim, Study for Electric Kisses, 2008. Pencil, color pencil, oil on paper, 130×200 cm

Dennis Oppenheim, Study for Electric Kisses, 2008. Pencil, color pencil, oil on paper, 130×200 cm

Dennis Oppenheim, Study for Electric Kisses, 2008
Pencil, color pencil, oil on paper, 130×200 cm
Dennis Oppenheim, Study for Building Poking it’s Eyes our Resting on Exposed Kidney Pool 25H’, 1995. Pencil, color pencil, oil on paper, 98×127 cm

Dennis Oppenheim, Study for Building Poking it’s Eyes our Resting on Exposed Kidney Pool 25H’, 1

Dennis Oppenheim, Study for Building Poking it’s Eyes our Resting on Exposed Kidney Pool 25H’, 1995
Pencil, color pencil, oil on paper, 98×127 cm
Dennis Oppenheim, Study for Appliance Spirit #2, 1989. Pencil, color pencil, oil on paper, 193,5x127 cm

Dennis Oppenheim, Study for Appliance Spirit #2, 1989. Pencil, color pencil, oil on paper, 193,5x127

Dennis Oppenheim, Study for Appliance Spirit #2, 1989
Pencil, color pencil, oil on paper, 193,5x127 cm
Dennis Oppenheim, Study for Revolving Kisses Racks, 1990. Pencil, color pencil, oil on paper, 127×98,5 cm

Dennis Oppenheim, Study for Revolving Kisses Racks, 1990. Pencil, color pencil, oil on paper, 127×9

Dennis Oppenheim, Study for Revolving Kisses Racks, 1990
Pencil, color pencil, oil on paper, 127×98,5 cm
Dennis Oppenheim, Second Generation Image, 1988. Pencil, color pencil, oil on paper, 107×73 cm

Dennis Oppenheim, Second Generation Image, 1988. Pencil, color pencil, oil on paper, 107×73 cm

Dennis Oppenheim, Second Generation Image, 1988
Pencil, color pencil, oil on paper, 107×73 cm
Dennis Oppenheim, Study for Spinning Dancers, 1989. Pencil, color pencil, oil and silk-screen printing on paper, 97×127 cm

Dennis Oppenheim, Study for Spinning Dancers, 1989. Pencil, color pencil, oil and silk-screen printi

Dennis Oppenheim, Study for Spinning Dancers, 1989
Pencil, color pencil, oil and silk-screen printing on paper, 97×127 cm
Dennis Oppenheim, Study for Spinning Dancers, 1989. Pencil, color pencil, oil and silk-screen printing on paper, 96×126 cm

Dennis Oppenheim, Study for Spinning Dancers, 1989. Pencil, color pencil, oil and silk-screen printi

Dennis Oppenheim, Study for Spinning Dancers, 1989
Pencil, color pencil, oil and silk-screen printing on paper, 96×126 cm
Dennis Oppenheim, Study for High Energy Expression, 1988. Pencil, color pencil, oil and silk-screen printing on paper, 95×61 cm

Dennis Oppenheim, Study for High Energy Expression, 1988. Pencil, color pencil, oil and silk-screen

Dennis Oppenheim, Study for High Energy Expression, 1988
Pencil, color pencil, oil and silk-screen printing on paper, 95×61 cm

Press

Domus

April 2010
“Dennis Oppenheim. Da Electric City a Electric Kisses. Una vicenda artistica e architettonica”

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Artforum

December 1991
“The Dark Side of Dennis Oppenheim”

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Press

Domus

April 2010
“Dennis Oppenheim. Da Electric City a Electric Kisses. Una vicenda artistica e architettonica”

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Artforum

December 1991
“The Dark Side of Dennis Oppenheim”

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Exhibitions

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

DENNIS OPPENHEIM
Sculture 1979-2006

Opening 3 October 2013
4 October to 23 November 2013

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DENNIS OPPENHEIM
Material Interchange. Opere 1968/1974

Opening 5 June 2010
8 June to 20 November 2010

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GROUP EXHIBITIONS

Switch On 3

Opening 23 February 2017
24 February to 1 April 2017

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Summer Show

Opening 15 June 2013
18 June to 15 September 2013

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Corpi in azione / Corpi in visione
Esperienze e indagini artistiche 1965/1980

Opening 18 April 2013
19 April to 15 June 2013

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Exhibitions

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

DENNIS OPPENHEIM
Sculture 1979-2006

Opening 3 October 2013
4 October to 23 November 2013

Exhibition  →

DENNIS OPPENHEIM
Material Interchange. Opere 1968/1974

Opening 5 June 2010
8 June to 20 November 2010

Exhibition  →

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

Switch On 3

Opening 23 February 2017
24 February to 1 April 2017

Exhibition  →

Summer Show

Opening 15 June 2013
18 June to 15 September 2013

Exhibition  →

Corpi in azione / Corpi in visione
Esperienze e indagini artistiche 1965/1980

Opening 18 April 2013
19 April to 15 June 2013

Exhibition  →

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