Morandi at the Met

Wednesday, November 05, 2008

Italian artist Giorgio Morandi was born in Bologna in 1890 and hardly ever left his hometown throughout his life. A new exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum, "Giorgio Morandi, 1890-1964," features works he created for his close friends and most discerning collectors. Renato Miracco is guest curator and director of the Italian Cultural Institute of New York.


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Comments [1]

Connie Smith from Westchester

I was so glad to hear this segment. I visited the Met and saw the show but did not really appreciate the complexity of this artist's work. Hearing the program has inspired me to revisit the show.

Nov. 05 2008 01:38 PM

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