Dan Graham was one of the artists who initiated conceptual art in the 1960s but his later work, with its unconventional approach to art, architecture, town-planning and the underground culture, made him a major protagonist of the twentieth-century visual scene. His experiments in video and performance in which he included the audience, and finally his pavilions – singular “machines for watching” – brought him world popularity. The exhibition is an attempt to encompass the complex activities of this versatile artist by giving a small section through several of the most important stages in his creative work. Curators: Maurizio Bortolotti, Radmila Iva Janković

Design in collaboration with Andro Giunio