NEW ESSAY: “Attorno al collezionismo dell’arte italiana del dopoguerra in America: il ruolo di Joseph Pulitzer Jr.” in “NEW YORK NEW YORK. Arte Italiana: la riscoperta dell’America” – catalogue of the exhibition now in Milan, at Museo del ‘900 and Gallerie d’Italia
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“Back-to-Back: Medardo Rosso, Giovanni Segantini, and the Outsider in Italian Modern Art” in Orizzonte Nord Sud. Protagonisti dell’arte europea ai due versanti delle Alpi – Leading Figures of European Art North and South of the Alps. 1840-1960, Museo d’arte della Svizzera italiana, Lugano. LAC Lugano Arte e Cultura (Genève: Skira, 2015): 170-185.
Medardo Rosso and Giovanni Segantini are viewed as two key “outsiders” to Italian modern art.
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“Diana Al-Hadid: Regarding Medardo Rosso”, catalog published on the occasion of the exhibition Diana Al-Hadid: Regarding Medardo Rosso at Marianne Boesky Gallery, February 8 – March 19, 2014.
Essay by Sharon Hecker, Edited by Eugenia Bell.
“Luciano Fabro: Drawing as Dialogue” in Luciano Fabro. Disegno In-Opera, exhibition catalogue, GAMeC (Galleria d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea di Bergamo (Milan: Silvana Editoriale, 2013)
An essay that analyzes Luciano Fabro’s drawings as a form of dialogue with the viewer and owner of each drawing, as well as with the artist himself. Hecker contends that in his drawings Fabro rephrases the Renaissance emblem of Disegno in the Iconologia of Cesare Ripa
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“Medardo Rosso” in Winds of Change: the Milanese Avant-Garde 1860-1900, ed. F. Licht (Naples, FL: The Gilgore Collection, 2003): 84-103
Catalogue entries on several works by Medardo Rosso.
“Medardo Rosso: Ecce puer, 1906” in Leggere l’arte, S. Fugazza, ed. (Piacenza, Galleria Ricci-Oddi, 2002): 79-88.
A critical examination of Medardo Rosso’s Ecce puer (1906) and its often contradictory readings by critics and scholars.
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