Arnaldo Pomodoro Within/Without

Hunter, Sam
April 2008
Sculpture;Apr2008, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p26
The article discusses the works of Italian sculptor Arnaldo Pomodoro. Since the 1950s, Pomodoro has been making prescient, penetrating observations about modern life with his sculptures, expressing the inherent intimations, tensions and tenorous, fleeting joys of the post-war era in Italy. Several examples of his sculptures are provided.


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