Mazzoleni London presents an exhibition of works by Italian conceptual artist Alighiero Boetti from 5 June – 31 July 2015. Curated by Rinaldo Rossi – a friend and long-time collaborator of Boetti from 1967 until his death – and Corinna Turati, the exhibition presents an in-depth examination on the work of Boetti as well as the codes and mechanisms used in his work. The exhibition presents a rare opportunity to view works from several important stages in the artist’s life, including iconic works such as embroideries, ballpoint pen drawings and further works on paper. Highlights include Mappa, 1979; the three panels Smettere in Moto, 1978-79; a large Tutto, 1988-1989; and a refined selection of works on paper. The exhibition on the lower level gives the opportunity for visitors to delve through a series of private documents (including postcards, correspondence and personal notes of Rinaldo Rossi), rules, mechanisms and c

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