Until 9 September 2018 - Palazzo Reale, Milan

Until 9 September 2018 – Palazzo Reale, Milan

In the two decades since the death of Alik Cavaliere (Rome 1926 – Milan 1998), one of the most outstanding exponents of Italian sculpture of the second half of the 1900s, Palazzo Reale hosts a major retrospective, free of charge, to reconstruct the artist’s career and his focus on the theme of nature.

The works shed light on the various phases and themes of his work, from the monumental Metamorfosi of the late 1950s to the innovative character Gustavo B. in the early 1960s, protagonist of a story on the many experiences of a man over time, combined with Bimecus, a ‘do-it-yourself’ suitcase with parts in bronze and wood.

The exhibition is held at different sites: Centro Artistico Alik Cavaliere, Museo del Novecento, Palazzo Litta, Gallerie d’Italia – Piazza Scala, Università Bocconi.