This exhibition tells the story of a key 20-year period in Italy’s history, from the years of war-torn Fascism, through the age of economic recovery, and on to the protests of 1968. Over the course of this era a new idea of art take root, with a vibrancy of styles, materials and forms fuelled by events and figures of the events of the era. Over seventy works, by a diverse range of artists, lead from Art Informel, through Pop Art and monochromatic painting, to Conceptualism and Arte Povera. Find out more about the ‘Dawn of A Nation’ exhibition from Palazzo Strossi’s website.
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