A comprehensive exhibition on the artist career for the first time in a public museum in Turin. Gilberto Zorio (b. Andorno Micca, 1944) is a contemporary art pioneer and a key member of Arte Povera.
Curated by Marcella Beccaria and developed in dialogue with the artist himself, this exhibition includes new installations together with historical works, spanning over 50 years of the artist’s career.
“This exhibition continues Castello di Rivoli’s commitment to Arte Povera and its importance in building the Museum’s identity. Gilberto Zorio is one of the artists who, since the inaugural exhibition Ouverture in 1984, has given new life to the Castello’s historical rooms, contributing to the making of a museum that is unique in the world.” Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev, director, Castello di Rivoli
- Gilberto Zorio, installation view at Castello di Rivoli, Photo by Renato Ghiazza