16 April 2019
3 - 7 pm
Via degli Ausoni, 1
Psychologist and artist Sergio Lombardo was born in Rome in 1939. He studied humanities and law and then devoted himself to the artistic research and aesthetics experimental psychology.
He formulated the Eventualist Theory that gave rise to the artistic and theoretical current based on experimental methods.
He debuted on the art scene in the 60s together with the other protagonists of the Scuola di Piazza del Popolo at the gallery La Tartaruga, exhibiting his work with Rotella, Kounellis, Schifano,
Festa, Angeli, Mambor, Tacchi, Ceroli and Pascali.
In 1970 he obtained a personal room at the Central Pavilion of the Venice Biennale, where he exhibited again in 1993, 2009 and 2013.
His work was shown at the National Museum of Modern Art of Tokyo (1967), Jewish Museum of New York (1968, 1999), Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris (1969, 1995), Philadelphia Civic
Center (1973), Scuderie Papali al Quirinale di Roma (2001, 2007), MLAC of the Sapienza Università di Roma (1995), Moscow (1989), Saint Petersburg (1989), Warsaw (2001), Stockholm, Johannesburg
(1995), Walker Art Center, Minneapolis (2015), Dallas Museum of Art (2015), Philadelphia Museum of Art (2016), Tate Gallery in London (2016).
His artworks are also part of the permanent collections of the Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna di Roma,
the Philadelphia Civic Center and the GAM in Torino.