Read a Q&A with Sharon Hecker and Marin R. Sullivan at the Center for Italian Modern Art website.
“Sharon Hecker and Marin R. Sullivan’s Postwar Italian Art History Today is a long-overdue reflection on a vital period in contemporary art history one that has rarely been approached comprehensively. Offering a wide variety of perspectives on a number of lesser known artists and underexplored artistic and cultural interchanges, this collection of essays provides a much needed reassessment of Italian postwar art history and the intricacies and oppositions that define it.” – Claire Gilman, Chief Curator, The Drawing Center, USA
“I couldn’t be more pleased to learn of this publication. It is a glorious reflection of the state of the field of postwar Italian Art History-international, multigenerational, polyglot, endlessly informative, and catalytic–and proof that the history of postwar Italian art is as richly diverse and complex as any. This volume contains a wonderful collection of ground-breaking scholarship that will be valuable to scholars and students for generations to come.” – Adrian R. Duran, Associate Professor of Art History, University of Nebraska at Omaha, USA
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Read a review by Pierluigi Panza in Corriere della Sera.
Read a review by Riccardo Venturi on Doppiozero.
Read a review by Chiara Gatti in La Repubblica.
Read a review by Ada Masoero in Il Giornale Dell’Arte.
Read the review by Ilaria Bernardi: “Transnazionale prima di tutto,” Il Manifesto (Alias Domenica), January 21, 2018.
Read the Il Sole 24 Ore review and interview by Gabriele Biglia.
Read Sharon Hecker’s conversation with blogger Nicoletta Poo.
Read a review of the English edition in The Burlington.
Read a review of the Italian edition in Azione.
Medardo Rosso: Experiments in Light and Form at the Pulitzer Arts Foundation, (November 2016 – May 2017). Click here for more information.
Voted by the Wall Street Journal among the “Best Art of 2017”!
Read Lilly Wei’s review of the show in Sculpture Magazine.
Read Susan Waller’s review of the show in The Nineteenth Century Art Worldwide.
Read Eric Gibson’s review in the Wall Street Journal.
Read Martina Droth’s review in Burlington Magazine.
Read Devon Van Houten Maldonado’s review on the Hyperallergenic website.
Listen to Sharon Hecker and Tamara Schenkenberg with Tyler Green on the Modern Art Notes podcast.
Read Karen Wilkin’s review of the show in The New Criterion.
Read Rosalind McKever’s review of the catalog in The Burlington.