View of the exhibition “Tutto. Perspectives on Italian Art“. Sammlung Goetz. Courtesy Sammlung Goetz, Munich, Museion, Bolzano and Die Neue Sammlung – The Design Museum, Munich. © the artist / VG BILD-KUNST Bonn, 2019. Photo: Thomas Dashuber, Munich


View of the exhibition “Tutto. Perspectives on Italian Art“. Die Neue Sammlung – The Design Museum. © (Alighiero Boetti) VG BILD-KUNST Bonn, 2019. Courtesy Sammlung Goetz, Munich. Photo: Thomas Dashuber, Munich


View of the exhibition “Perspectives on Italian Art“. Sammlung Goetz. Courtesy Sammlung Goetz, Munich, Museion, Bolzano and Die Neue Sammlung – The Design Museum, Munich. © the artist / VG BILD-KUNST Bonn, 2019. Photo: Thomas Dashuber, Munich


Venue: Sammlung Goetz, Munich
Curators: Leo Lencsés, Karsten Löckemann (Sammlung Goetz, Munich), Letizia Ragaglia (Museion, Bolzano), Elena Re (freelance curator, Turin),
Dr. Angelika Nollert, Dr. Xenia Riemann-Tyroller,
Dr. Josef Strasser (Die Neue Sammlung – The Design Museum, Munich)

The cooperation exhibition project between Sammlung Goetz, Munich and Museion, Bolzano brings together a broad selection comprising over 120 works of Italian art after 1950. A dialog will be created between the items in both collections featuring outstanding works of painting and photography that allows visitors to trace the fundamental trends in Italian art starting with the radical art that emerged after World War II.
For the duration of the exhibition in Munich, Die Neue Sammlung – The Design Museum was welcomed on board as a third partner in order to expand the “perspectives on Italian art” by adding the discipline of design. With around 40 objects from the fields of glass, ceramics and industrial design a link is formed with the avant-garde design scene in Italy, that was closely interwoven with art.
For the duration of “Tutto” in Sammlung Goetz two works by Alighiero Boetti will also be shown in Neue Sammlung – The Design Museum in the exhibition section on “Post-1945 Italian Design”.

“Various Others” is a forum for contemporary art that began in 2018 and takes place every September. It seeks to intensify the exchange and dialog between the Munich art scene and international partners, guests and the media.

Under the patronage of S. E. Luigi Mattiolo, Italian Ambassador to Germany.

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Sammlung Goetz, Munich
Oberföhringer Straße 103
Exhibition
September 19, 2019 – February 29, 2020