PARALLEL VIEWS: ITALIAN AND JAPANESE ART FROM THE 1950S, 60S, AND 70S

Parallel Views: Italian and Japanese Art from the 1950s, 60s, and 70s aims to show connections between the work of a diverse range of artists from two geographic locations – Italy and Japan – during the early post-war period. Artists from groups such as Arte Povera, Gutai, and Mono-ha are included in the exhibition. Works on view are part of The Rachofsky Collection, The Amy and Vernon Faulconer Collection, and the Dallas Museum of Art, along with a number of other collections. Many of these artists have not been shown prominently throughout the United States, and along with the Dallas Museum of Art, The Warehouse is making a concerted effort to present this exciting and important material to an American audience. Parallel Views is curated by Allan Schwartzman. On view February 17, 2013 – January 31, 2014.

Artists in the Exhibition

Norio Imai Giovanni Anselmo
Susumu Koshimizu Alighiero Boetti
Yayoi Kusama Alberto Burri
Takesada Matsutani Enrico Castellani
Sadamasa Motonaga Luciano Fabro
Shuji Mukai Lucio Fontana
Saburo Murakami Jannis Kounellis
Hitoshi Nomura Luigi Ghirri
Nobuo Sekine Piero Manzoni
Shozo Shimamoto Mario Merz
Fujiko Shiraga Marisa Merz
Kazuo Shiraga Giulio Paolini
Kishio Suga Giuseppe Penone
Jiro Takamatsu Michelangelo Pistoletto
Atsuko Tanaka Shomei Tomatsu
Chiyu Uemae Marcel Broodthaers
Lee Ufan Christo
Tsuruko Yamazaki Bruce Conner
Katsuro Yoshida Robert Rauschenberg
Jiro Yoshihara