Young Artists in Italy at the Turn of the Millennium: Behind and Beyond the Italian Studio Program at P.S. 1
Giulio Di Gropello
Charta, 2005 - Art - 231 pages
This is the sixth and final edition of work from the Italian Studio Program at P.S.1/MoMA, the most prestigious scholarship for young Italian artists. Chosen by a panel of respected Italian art critics, 44 artists have been able to live and work in New York under its auspices, launching a number of successful careers.
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