Private view | EMILIO VEDOVA’S SOLO EXHIBITION “DOCUMENTA 7” | THADDAEUS ROPAC GALLERY

THIS EVENT IS BY INVITATION ONLY and jointly hosted with The Club di Londra. If you are not a member and you wish to attend, please contact us to be added on our guest list (subject to availability).

An exclusive view of the first solo exhibition in the UK of Emilio Vedova (1919-2006), one of the most influential abstract Italian artists of his time.

The exhibition will reunite his five monumental canvases from the landmark documenta 7 exhibition in 1982, curated by Rudi Fuchs. These paintings will be shown alongside a selection of important works from the 1980s, a period considered the pinnacle of the artist’s career. Presented in association with the Fondazione Emilio e Annabianca Vedova, this exhibition marks the fourth decade since his participation in documenta 7 in Kassel and the 40th Venice Biennale, held in the same year.

Founded in 1983, Thaddaeus Ropac has galleries across Europe and Asia, located in London, Paris, Salzburg and Seoul. Specialising in contemporary art and representing over 60 artists, the gallery supports and showcases the careers of some of the most influential artists today with a wide-ranging programme of over 40 exhibitions curated at the six extensive and historic gallery spaces each year.

The view includes a talk by a gallery representative followed by a drinks reception


Please Note: 
To participate to this event we do require a minimum donation of £5, however we strongly encourage all those attending to consider making a donation of £15. Thank you.

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Monday 21 March 2022