Along with the personal exhibition dedicated to Jan Jedlička and his work about Maremma, the temporary selection of CAMeC’s civic collections presents artworks that are all ascribable to the landscape theme.
Thanks to Premio del Golfo (a yearly exhibition created by Tommaso Marinetti which started in 1933, reprised from 1949 up to 1965 and re-established in 2000), and mostly thanks to the early ‘50s exhibitions, CAMeC collected many works related to the maritime landscape. During the following years, thanks to the constant acquisitions coming from Premio del Golfo but also thanks to two more recent civic collections (the Cozzani and Battolini donations), CAMeC obtained a wide and varied gallery which well represents the route of visual arts throughout the twentieth century – also through landscapes.
Paesaggi features works from the following artists: Vito Acconci, Giuseppe Ajmone, Antonio Antony De Witt, Eduard Bargheer, Bernd e Hilla Becher, Amilcare Bia, Eugenio Brandolisio, Ezio Casoni, Bruno Cassinari, Roger Cutforth, Raffaele De Grada, Michele De Luca, Dan Graham, Carlo Levi, Gordon Matta Clark, Francesco Menzio, Mattia Moreni, Ennio Morlotti, Kenneth Noland, Dennis Oppenheim, Armando Pizzinato, Concetto Pozzati, Bruno Pulga, Piero Ruggeri, Corrado Russo, Sergio Saroni, Arturo Tosi, Bruno Zoni.

 
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