Galerie Boisserée, J. & W. Boisserée GmbH

Marino Marini

(Italian, 1901–1980)

acrobati (akrobaten) by marino marini

Marino Marini

Acrobati (Akrobaten), 1963

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aus "marino from goethe" by marino marini

Marino Marini

Aus "Marino from Goethe", 1979

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chevaux et cavaliers iii (pferde und reiter iii) by marino marini

Marino Marini

Chevaux et cavaliers III (Pferde und Reiter III), 1972

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giocoliere (jongleur) by marino marini

Marino Marini

Giocoliere (Jongleur), 1951

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immagine (bild) by marino marini

Marino Marini

Immagine (Bild), 1976–1978

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les trois chevaux (die 3 pferde) by marino marini

Marino Marini

Les Trois Chevaux (Die 3 Pferde), 1958

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Biography

Timeline

1901
Born on February 27 in Pistoia, Italy
1917
Accademia di Belle Arti. Florence, Italy
1936
Prize of the Quadriennale of Rome. Italy
1952
Grand Prize for Sculpture at teh Venice Biennale
1954
Feltrinelli Prize at the Accademia dei Lincei in Rome
1980
Died on August 6 in Viareggio, Italy

Exhibitions

1978
National Museum of Modern Art. Tokyo, Japan
1973
Galleria d'Arte Moderna. Milan, Italy
1966
Retrospective. Palazzo Venezia in Rome
1963 - 1964
Toninelli Arte Moderna. Milan, Italy
1962
Retrospective. Kunsthaus Zurich
1951
Kestner-Gesellschaft. Hannover. Travelled to: Kunstverein. Hamburg. and the Haus der Kunst of Munich.
1950
Cuchholz Gallery. New York, NY
Hanover Gallery. London
1944
"Twentieth-Century Italian Art" MoMA. New York, NY