Evelyn Hofer, Saul Steinberg with his hand, New York 1978, © Estate of Evelyn Hofer

Exhibition

Saul Steinberg Milano New York

The exhibition, curated by Italo Lupi and Marco Belpoliti with Francesca Pellicciari, and put on together with the Electa publishing company, celebrates the city of Milan, where Steinberg lived and to which he dedicated many of his works. The display includes a series of pencil, ink and watercolour drawings, paper masks, objects, and sculptures, as well as documents and photographs, selected with the assistance of the Saul Steinberg Foundation and other important institutions, as well as Steinberg’s friends and collectors.

Info

Every Friday at 7.00 pm and some Sundays at 12.00 pm it is possible to take part to the guided tour of the exhibition by writing an email to visiteguidate@triennale.org. The guided tour has an additional cost of € 5 to the ticket price.

Guided tours on Sundays at 12.00 pm:
20 February
6 March
20 March
3 April

Credits

In collaboration with: Electa
Curated by: Italo Lupi and Marco Belpoliti with Francesca Pellicciari
Set-up: designed by Italo Lupi, Ico Migliore, Mara Servetto

Highlights

Saul Steinberg, Cover of The New Yorker, Mar.29, 1976 © The Saul Steinberg Foundation /Artists. Rights Society (ARS), New York. Cover reprinted with permission of The New Yorker magazine. All rights reserved.

Saul Steinberg, Gallery of Milan, 1951, ink, grease pencil and watercolour on paper, Private collection © The Saul Steinberg Foundation/Artists. Rights Society (ARS) New York

Saul Steinberg, Untitled, 1954, ink over pencil on paper, The Saul Steinberg Foundation, New York © The Saul Steinberg Foundation/Artists. Rights Society (ARS) New York

© Triennale Milano

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