3 black & white illus.  pp. 12mo, white paper wrappers & printed dust-jacket, staple-bound. Torino: Galleria Il Punto Arte Moderna, 1963.
Rare Sergio Fergola (1936-94) exhibition catalogue, published by the gallery that Gian Enzo Sperone was managing at the beginning of his art-world career. Sperone became director of the space in December 1962 at the age of 23. Soon thereafter, Michelangelo Pistoletto introduced him to Ileana and Michael Sonnabend, which resulted in Il Punto’s presentation of Roy Lichtenstein in December 1963. With an essay by Elie-Charles Flamand and check-list of works exhibited.
A very good copy. Among North American institutions, WorldCat records just the example at the Museum of Modern Art (NY).
❧ Maria Cristina Mundici “Torino 1963-1968” in Gian Enzo Sperone: Torino, Roma, New York: 35 Anni di Mostre tra Europa e America (2000), Vol. I, pp. 17-8 & p. 28 (footnote no. 3).
Item ID: 8477