Diapason, New York
1026 Sixth Avenue, # 2S
NY-10018 New York
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Radioartemobile is pleased to present the exhibition Emilio Prini, 'Manifesto Bianco' and Sound Pieces at Diapason gallery for sound, New York.
Emilio Prini (b.1943) is one of the key figures in the Arte Povera movement and participated in the first exhibition of Arte Povera works at La Bertesca Gallery, Genoa, Italy, in 1967.
Prini's emphasis is on concepts and ideas recasting traditional form and meaning. His works mostly remain as projects, "hypothetical actiz Emilio Prini's Manifesto Bianco, is part of a project realised in 1981 and has not previously been exhibited.
Prini has through the years deliberately kept his participation in exhibitions to a minimum.
Together with Manifesto Bianco, SoundArtMuseum will present a selection of sound pieces by chosen artists: Vito Acconci, Bruna Esposito, Dan Graham, Phill Niblock, Annie Ratti, Michael J.Schumacher and Stephen Vitiello, all representing an area of research between sound and vision.
Radioartemobile (RAM) in Rome, contains the SoundArtMuseum and is dedicated to sound and vision. SoundArtMuseum houses one of the most extensive collections of sound art in Italy. These sound works are also available on the website of www.radioartemobile.it.
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Radioartemobile is pleased to present the exhibition Emilio Prini, "Manifesto Bianco" and Sound Pieces
10. 11. 13. 14. März
mit Emilio Prini, Vito Acconci, Bruna Esposito, Dan Graham, Phill Niblock, Annie Ratti, Michael J.Schumacher, Stephen Vitiello