Waiting for the opening of the new gallery spaces designed by Tadao Ando at Punta della Dogana, Palazzo Grassi is hosting a series of lectures with some of the artists featured in Pinault’s collection. Michelangelo Pistoletto is the second of the list and he's been invited to talk about his work together with philosoper Umberto Galimberti and art historian and critic Giuseppe Barbieri - who first met Pistoletto back in 1979 in Corniglia, a village with whose inhabitants he staged Anno Uno, a theatre play that eventually toured to Rome at the Teatro Quirino in 1981. 

The conference is in italian only. 

Michelangelo Pistoletto, La gente di Corniglia, 1981. 

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