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Guardian of the Threshold, 1965, by Luigi Pericle

LUIGI PERICLE Title :                   “DER HUTER DER SCHWELLE” Dedication :        MATRI DEI d. d. d. (Dono dedit dedicavit) Year :                  1965 Material : CANVAS Size :                   cm. 34 x h. 55   ENTER  continue here Related Artists   On the Dweller on the Threshold A study into the magical practice of confronting the practitioner’s fear   This article explores the archetypical experience and nature … Read More Guardian of the Threshold, 1965, by Luigi Pericle

Supporters

  We really thanks these peoples for supporting Luigi Pericle RE-discovery Ingeborg Lüscher Guido Magnaguagno (former Kunsthaus Zürich director) Claudio Guarda (art history professor, Ticino) Tweets by retwitto_art Tweets by MailTracce

Mr. Guido Magnaguagno (former Kunsthaus Zürich director) on Luigi Pericle’s discovery

http://www.luigipericle.com It was a real pleasure to meet Mr. Guido Magnaguagno (former Kunsthaus Zürich Director) today. We went toghether through the story of http://www.luigipericle.com and he saw our collection. He said that Luigi Pericle merits exposure and he gave me some good advices to continue this fantastic adventure. I’m amazed by the extraordinary resonance Luigi Pericle is having … Affaire à suivre ! Guido Magnaguagno : Biography … Read More Mr. Guido Magnaguagno (former Kunsthaus Zürich director) on Luigi Pericle’s discovery

+ Herbert Read and Peggy Guggenheim at Guggenheim Jeune 1939

About Herbert Read and Peggy Guggenheim

Peggy Guggenheim Collection Peggy Guggenheim (1898–1979) was the daughter of Benjamin Guggenheim, one of seven brothers—including Solomon R. Guggenheim—who, with their father, Meyer, created a family fortune in the late 19th century from the mining and smelting of metals. After coming into her inheritance, Peggy moved to Europe in the 1920s; there, through her first husband, Laurence Vail, a Dada artist and writer, she … Read More About Herbert Read and Peggy Guggenheim