Arte Povera

The only woman affiliated with the Arte Povera movement resisted machines, definitions and permanence

By Hans Ulrich Obrist

At Galleria Massimo Minini, Brescia, the artist explores technical virtuosity and trompe l’oeil through bronze-branches on fire, fake mirrors and floating candles

By Barbara Casavecchia

A survey at Pirelli HangarBicocca, Milan, views the artist’s oeuvre through the prism of the form he returned to constantly throughout his life

By Jane Ure-Smith

Fifty years after its first outing, the artist reprises his legendary Walking Sculpture performance in the US

By Ara H. Merjian
'Live in Your Head: When Attitudes Become Form', 2013. Installation views at Fondazione Prada, Venice. Courtesy: Fondazione Prada, Venice; photograph: Attilio Maranzano

Osei Bonsu talks to curator Germano Celant about the enduring relevance of the Italian art movement, Arte Povera – a term Celant coined 50 years ago

By Osei Bonsu

Vigo, London, H11

In memory of Emilio Prini (1943–2016)

By Federica Bueti
‘Arte Povera + Azioni Povere’, Antichi Arsenali, Amalfi, 1968 Installation view

Held across eight Italian galleries and museums, ‘Arte Povera 2011’ fails the original spirit of the art movement created by Germano Celant

By Francesco Bonami

Tate Modern, London, UK

By Alex Farquharson