An exhibition on Ketty La Rocca runs 3-26 Feb at the American Academy in Rome. La Rocca, who died in 1976, was an Italian artist who produced photocollages and multimedia drawings embracing political protest, feminism and artistic experimentation. La Rocca was associated with a politically-active collective of Italian artists, writers and musicians known as Gruppo 70. The exhibition is curated by Elizabeth Janus, who will lead a talk through the gallery on Tues 10 Feb at 18.00. American Academy in Rome, Via A. Masina 5. Thurs and Sat 16.00-19.00, and by appointment, tel. 065846459.
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