Gilberto Zorio welcomes Magazzino founders to his exhibition at Castello di Rivoli |   December 6, 2017

Seminal Arte Povera artist Gilberto Zorio, part of Magazzino Italian Art’s ongoing exhibition, greeted the art space’s co-founders Nancy Olnick and Giorgio Spanu on December 6, 2017 at Castello di Rivoli in Turin, currently showcasing the artist’s latest show.

Gilberto Zorio and Giorgio Spanu at the entrance of the artist’s exhibition currently on view at Castello di Rivoli.
Installation view of “Gilberto Zorio” at Castello di Rivoli with Nancy Olnick, Giorgio Spanu, and Gilberto Zorio.

Simply titled “Gilberto Zorio,” this display presents works spanning over 50 years in the artist’s career, including never-before-seen installations that had been guarded in Zorio’s private collection. Curated in non-chronological order, the show aims at highlighting some of the pivotal creeds throughout his works, including alchemy, time energy, and matter—as well as leaning into the dimensions of sounds, air, and space. On view are also group drawings from unrealized projects, along with new site-specific installations created for Castello di Rivoli, which will feature the show until February 18, 2018.