‘Manzoni: A Retrospective’ at Gagosian Gallery in Chelsea NYC


The Italian artist Piero Manzoni “was more than a star; he was an art-as-life inspiration and continues to be,” Holland Cotter of The New York Times writes. His works were as intriguing as they were funny — hard-boiled eggs stamped with his fingerprints, gestural pictures, but with gooey tar instead of paint. With works from 1955 to 1963, “Manzoni: A Retrospective” currently on view at the Gagosian Gallery in Chelsea brings light to an artist who had been a mystery in the United States before.

Go to discover the work of one of Italy’s most influential artists and experience “the wisdom and comfort some people find in art.”



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