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EXHIBITIONS BY YEAR

Twentieth Century Italian Art

28 June to 18 September 1949

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MoMA Staff

Assembler
Alfred H. Barr, Jr.  American, 1902–1981
Assembler
James Thrall Soby  American, 1906–1979

Artists

Renzo Vespignani
Italian, 1924–2001
6 exhibitions
Mario Sironi
Italian, 1885–1961
6 exhibitions
Marino Marini
Italian, 1901–1980
19 exhibitions
Bruno Cassinari
Italian, 1912–1992
2 exhibitions
Giuseppe Viviani
Italian, 1898–1965
1 exhibition
Alberto Viani
Italian, 1906–1989
2 exhibitions
Arturo Tosi
1 exhibition
Giovanni Stradone
1 exhibition
Ardegno Soffici
Italian, 1879–1964
2 exhibitions
Gino Severini
Italian, 1883–1966
25 exhibitions
Arturo Martini
Italian, 1889–1947
2 exhibitions
Fabrizio Clerici
Italian, 1913–1993
1 exhibition
Pio Semeghini
1 exhibition
Toti Scialoja
1 exhibition
Giuseppe Santomaso
Italian, 1907–1990
1 exhibition
Luigi Russolo
Italian, 1885–1947
3 exhibitions
Ottone Rosai
Italian, 1895–1957
2 exhibitions
Armando Pizzinato
Italian, 1910–2004
2 exhibitions
Fausto Pirandello
Italian, 1899–1975
2 exhibitions
Marcello Muccini
Italian, born 1926
4 exhibitions
Giorgio Morandi
Italian, 1890–1964
17 exhibitions
Amedeo Modigliani
Italian, 1884–1920
71 exhibitions
Marcello Mascherini
1 exhibition
Giacomo Manzù
Italian, 1908–1991
5 exhibitions
Mario Mafai
1 exhibition
Stanislao Lepri
Italian, 1905–1980
2 exhibitions
Renato Guttuso
Italian, 1912–1987
6 exhibitions
Virgilio Guidi
Italian, 1891–1984
1 exhibition
Emilio Greco
1 exhibition
Lucio Fontana
Italian, born Argentina. 1899–1968
16 exhibitions
Salvatore Fiume
Italian, 1915–1997
1 exhibition
Pericle Fazzini
Italian, 1913–1987
3 exhibitions
Antonio Donghi
Italian, 1897–1963
1 exhibition
Filippo De Pisis
Italian, 1896–1956
1 exhibition
Giorgio de Chirico
Italian, born Greece. 1888–1978
80 exhibitions
Felice Casorati
Italian
2 exhibitions
Carlo Carrà
Italian, 1881–1966
11 exhibitions
Massimo Campigli
Italian, 1895–1971
8 exhibitions
Corrado Cagli
American, 1910–1976
8 exhibitions
Pompeo Borra
Italian, 1898–1973
1 exhibition
Umberto Boccioni
Italian, 1882–1916
42 exhibitions
Luigi Bartolini
Italian, 1892–1963
1 exhibition
Giacomo Balla
Italian, 1871–1958
26 exhibitions
Afro (Afro Basaldella)
Italian, 1912–1976
3 exhibitions

New York Times Review of the exhibition

PUBLISHED

7 September 1949

Of Local Origin

" Under the Sun of Rome," an Italian-made feature film dealing with the effect of the second World War on Italian adolescents in Rome, will have its premiere here at the Avenue Playhouse next month, it was announced by United Artists.

New York Times • page 39 • 387 words