In the Museum of Contemporary Sculpture (Musma) in Matera, five works by the Romagna artist Arnaldo Pomodoro, expression of the "theatrical and spatialist" experiences of the 1950s and 1980s, are now visible in the exhibition "Teatro del tempo"
. curated by the scientific director of the Musma, Antonio Calbi, includes two works that represent the spatialist experiments of the 1950s. They are "The beginning of time n.
2" and the "Time Machine". The other three document the work on scenic projects carried out starting from the 1980s: they concern the model for the horse's head for Dido, queen of Carthage by Marlowe, staged on the ruins of Gibellina in 1986, and others from the Portal for
The Musma is the first museum in the world to exhibit the work "The beginning of time n. 2" of 1958, object of restoration at the Pomodoro Foundation, and kept at the German training institute ''Schiller-Gymnasium in Cologne .
''It is a small but significant exhibition - explained the organizers - which enriches the offer of the Musma, which offers a permanent collection remodeled to accommodate the exhibition 'Oedipus - Cruelty and Atonement'". The works of the ninety-year-old master of contemporary sculpture can be admired for one year.