Giovanni Anselmo

born 1934

Giovanni Anselmo, ‘Direction’ 1967–8
Direction 1967–8
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Giovanni Anselmo (born 1934 in Borgofranco d'Ivrea, Province of Turin, Italy) is an artist who emerged in Italy after World War II within the art movement called Arte Povera.His most famous artwork is the sculpture that eats , a piece of art representing time and nature

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Arte povera

Arte povera was a radical Italian art movement from the late 1960s to 1970s whose artists explored a range of ...

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