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Persevering with the combustione technique, Burri started to burn plastic in the early 1960s and exhibited these works at the Marlborough Galleria d’arte, Rome (1962). Description from I searched for this on

Andrea Mantello. Architect & lighting designer. Trained at the Politecnico of Turin, Andrea Mantello is an architect and (lighting) designer. Being a passionate and dynamic practitioner, he has continuously searched for insight from fields outside of his main domain, beginning with a decade-long collaboration with renowned international artists in Turin. Working chiefly with Arte Povera figures, he has been in charge of numerous installations and exhibitions both in Italy and beyond the…

After working as a painter from 1959 to 1964, Giovanni Anselmo turned to conceptual art in 1965 and by 1968 was associated with the emergence of Arte Povera. Description from I searched for this on

artist Mark Tansey (American, 1949) "The Innocent Eye Test", 1981, oil on canvas, at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY. Mark is known for his monochromatic paintings which are humorous.

Eva Hesse (January 11, 1936 – May 29, 1970), was a Jewish German-born American sculptor, known for her pioneering work in materials such as latex, fiberglass, and plastics.Hesse is one of a few artists who led the move from Minimalism to Postminimalism. Eva Hesse with ‘Constant’, 1967 Allen Memorial Art Museum

In 1968, Lina Bo Bardi, 54, at the MASP construction site with Van Gogh’s “The Postman’s Son,” 1888, on her signature Arte Povera easel. Photograph © MASP. Click above to see larger image.

Basket Ball Drawing, 2008, Charcoal on paper, 'Untitled' 2009 and 'Traveling'2002 3rd October- 3rd January Exhibition White Cube Gallery, Mason's Yard, London Drawings created with a basket ball on paper. Humble Materials- dirt from street and basket ball- references Arte Povera. Suitcases- way out of ghetto- travelling.