The ‘Mizar Gallery’ in Rome pays tribute to contemporary art in an extensive exhibition, named ‘Contemporaneamente’ that includes some of the most important works from the ‘maestri’ of ’60-’70 years of XXth century. Now, from 22th november till 15th january 2018
, the gallery presents an impressive exhibition of the works of Fontana, Burri, Scialoja, Sadun, Pascali, Lo Savio, Kounellis, Uncini, Rotella, Schifano, Paolini, Griffa, Ontani and also ceramics and furnishings by Giò Ponti, Ico Parisi, L. Caccia Dominioni, Nanda Vigo, Vittorio Nobili, Claudio Salocchi, Vittorio Introini, Gae Aulenti, Fulvio Bianconi, Dino Martens, Gaetano Pesce. The ‘Mizar Gallery’ is a space that has received the heritage of the historical gallery ‘La Salita’ by GianTomaso Liverani, that has ‘made’ the history of art in Rome. There are about 100 works in ‘Contemporaneamente’ produced between 1960 and 1970, witness of the cultural movement, that, with his works and his artistic language, continues to fascinate the public till today.