foto © Deborah Beer e Gideon Bachmann, Archivio Cinemazero Images Pordenone
Tuesday 7 February 2023 ore 18:00 - ore 19:00

talkPier Paolo Pasolini and Andy WarholTwo visions of contemporaneity

Carlo Scarpa hall 
free admission subject to availability
event in Italian

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An opportunity to analyse the conflictual and incandescent dialogue between Pasolini and the post-war avant-garde, from Informal Art to Arte Povera, passing through Pop Art and the happening culture.

In the summer of 1975, Pier Paolo Pasolini wrote a short presentation for Ladies and Gentlemen, a series of portraits that Andy Warhol had dedicated to New York transgenders, which he exhibited at the Palazzo dei Diamanti in Ferrara that same year. The text displayed in the Pier Paolo Pasolini. Tutto è Santo exhibition, was one of the poet’s last writings.

Irene de Vico Fallani Head of Education, training and cultural entertainment Department and Public Program Office

Ara H. Merjian Italian Studies Professor, New York University
Alessandro Del Puppo Contemporary Art History Professor, University of Udine

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