FABRO

1936

Born in Turin, Italy


1967

exhibited with Paolini, Kounellis and Pino Pascali in Arte Povera/In spazio


2007

Died June 22 of a heart attack



Expositions sélectionnées


2006

"Wrestle," CCS Bard /Hessel Museum of Art, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York


1998

“Arte Italiana 1945-95.” Aichi Prefectural Museum of Art, Nagoya; Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo; Yonoga City Museum of Art, Tottori; Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art, Hiroshima


1997

Galleria Helia Oiticica, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil


1996

Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, France


1995 

"Il Giorno mi pesa Sulla Notte", Barbara Gladstone Gallery, New York

"Luciano Fabro," Portikus, Frankfurt


1994

"Sisifo," Micheline Szwajcer Gallery, Antwerp

"Giardino all'Italiana," Basel

"FabroNiOpera-Luciano Fabro," Palazzo Fabroni, Pistoia

"Luciano Fabro: Sisyphus," fur Gegen Wartskunst Museum, Basel

"Bagnanti," Antwerp, permanent installation in The Open-Air Museum of Sculpture

"Nido," Rost


1992

"La naissance de Venus," Durand-Desert Gallery, Paris

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco


1991

"Ogni ordine e contemporaneo di ogni altro ordine," Museo Casa Bianca, Venice

Kunstmuseum, Luzern

"Insieme, Ensamble Set Menge," Elisabeth Kaufmann Gallery, Basel


1990

Joan Miro Foundation, Barcelona

"Computers di Luciano Fabro, Caramelle di Nadezda Mandel Stam," Christian Stein Gallery, Milan


1989

"Nord, sud, est, ovest giocano a Shangai," Capodimonte Museum, Naples

"Troubadours," Elisabeth Kaufmann Gallery, Basel

"L'infinito," Micheline Szwajcer Gallery, Antwerp

Castello di Rivoli

"Two nudes descending a staircase dancing the Boogie-Woogie," SteinGladstone Gallery, New York


1988

"Effimero/Ovaie," Christian Stein Gallery, Turin

"Luciano Fabro con tre nudi che scendono le scale," Mario Pieroni Gallery, Rome

"C'est la vie," Palais des Beaux-Arts, Brussels

"Basta la Vista/Eirstocke," Kunstverein, Monaco


1987

"Landscapes," Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinborough, London

"Etat," ARC/Musee d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, Paris



Littérature


1983

J. de Sanna: Luciano Fabro, Ravenna