Tornabuoni Art Paris presents the largest retrospective ever held in France. More than sixty works, from the most prestigious European collections, evokes a reading of Alighiero Boetti’s creative evolution from 1965 to his death in 1994.
The curator of this show is the Director of Archivo Alighiero Boetti in Rome, Anne-Marie Sauzeau, who also coordinates the catalogue raisonné. A rigorous selection displays Boetti’s different work periods: Mimetici (1967-68), Monocromi (1969-1972), Mappe (1972-1994), Biro (1972-1994), Tutto (1980s-1990) and Lavori Postali (1970-1990).
A significant part of this exhibition was included in the large traveling retrospective in 2011-2012 shown at the Reina Sofia Museum in Madrid, the Tate Modern in London, and the MoMA in New York.
exhibition catalogue edited by Tornabuoni Art Paris. Text by Anne Marie Sauzeau. B/w and colored illustrations, 240 pages, 9,4×11,8 in, French/English/Italian, 2010.