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Ilaria Cicali

is a former post-doctoral fellow at the Center for Italian Modern Art, New York. Her PhD is about the works of Archipenko. Further publications include articles on the development of modern sculpture in the 1910s and the presence of foreign sculptors in the Tuscan area of the marble quarries after WW II. In New York, she studied the reception of Medardo Rosso’s works by his contemporaries, and began to develop research on the relationship between drawing and sculpture in the avant-garde milieu, as well as on the diffusion of modern European sculpture in United States in the 1940s and ’50s.
Other texts by Ilaria Cicali for DIAPHANES
  • history of science
  • gaze
  • physiology