13 September-14 October 2012. This exhibition displays Grazia Varisco’s artistic activity from the end of the 1950s onwards.
On display are more than 50 works, including some recent environmental installations and large scale works.
Born in Milan in 1937, Varisco is among the most significant Italian artists in the field of artistic research. At the beginning of her career, she worked with the famous Group T, which became a point of reference for the kinetics and programmed art in Italy. Since the 1965 has Varisco has focused on the relationship between real and virtual spaces, internal and external to the work, and on the reaction of the observer. Over the years her works have been increasingly conceived as environmental installations, aimed at transforming the environment in a continuous sensorial stimulus made of real and alluded forms. In Varisco’s works the observer is constantly involved as an active protagonist.