Harmony Murphy curates a group show at L&M Arts which uses Germano Celant's concept of "poor art" as its jumping-off point.
From L&M's website:
"Emerging in the late 1960s, Arte Povera, literally poor art, described a generation of artists committed to exploring the aesthetics of ephemeral and accessible materials while working outside of a ferociously consuming market in an effort to dissolve boundaries between an elite art and a collective experience."
The exhibition runs through July 6 and features work from Mario Merz, Karla Black, Maya Lin, Heidi Voet and others. Click above for more information.