Wolfgang Stoerchle (1944–1976)
Organized with Alice Dusapin

3 February 2021 – 27 June 2021

Wolfgang Stoerchle (1944-1976) is one of the first irregular figures at the centre of the ARRHYTHMICS section.


As part of editor Alice Dusapin’s ongoing extensive research on Wolfgang Stoerchle, this solo exhibition gathers for the first time in an Italian museum significant works to tell the very particular story of an artist whose performances and videos made him a reference point for the Californian art scene of the 1970s, prior to his untimely death at the age of thirty-two.



Curator: Luca Lo Pinto
Coordinated by Sara Catenacci (curatorial) and Veronica Botta (production)
Research and Production Assistants: Giulia Caruso, Maria Vittoria Di Sabatino, Alessia Procopio
Art Handling: Fabio Pennacchia
Audiovisual services: STEP srl
Graphic production: SP Systema
Insurance broker: MAG-JLT
Shipment: Expotrans

Heartfelt thanks to: Karen Couch Wieder, Justin Jaeckle, Martin Laborde, Carol Lingham, Alexis Moreano, Miles Varner, Silvia Perea (Acting Director, AD&A Museum UCSB), Susan Lucke (Collections Manager & Registrar, AD&A Museum UCSB).