Colpo d'ala

Bibliography of resources

1. "Italy Selects L.A. to Say Thanks for Help From Marshall Plan," by Kathleen Hendrix, Los Angeles Times, Pt. V, p. 1+, November 24, 1988.

2. "Italy's De Mita; A Life That Mirrors Modernization of His Nation," by William D. Montalbano, Los Angeles Times, Pt. 1, p. 16, December 11, 1988.

3. "Mayor hails Italian gift of sculpture marking Marshall Plan anniversary," by Mayor Tom Bradley, Los Angeles Times, Advertising Special Supplement "Italy: 40 Years Since The Marshall Plan," December 11, 1988.

4. "Artwork installation done through funds gathered by Italian Heritage Foundation," Los Angeles Times, Advertising Special Supplement "Italy: 40 Years Since The Marshall Plan," December 11, 1988.

5. "Bronze wings in DWP fountain reflect decades of U.S.-Italy friendship," Los Angeles Times, Advertising Special Supplement "Italy: 40 Years Since The Marshall Plan," December 11, 1988.

6. "Pomodoro's Wings Come to Rest on DWP's Tranquil Lake," by Marc Porter Zasada, Downtown News, December 12, 1988, p. 20.

7. "Tons of Thanks From Italy," by Patt Morrison, Los Angeles Times, December 13, 1988.

8. "Reflections on an Italian Gift," by William Wilson, Los Angeles Times, December 17, 1988.

9. Sculpture for Public Spaces, Marisa Delre Gallery, January-February, 1986, New York, New York.

10. Arnaldo Pomodoro, 15 Sculpture: 1960-1980, Stephen Wirtz Gallery, San Francisco, 1981.

11. Arnaldo Pomodoro: A Quarter Century, catalogue, Fisher Gallery, University of Southern California, September 4-October 19, 1985.

12. Arnaldo Pomodoro, References in Space, Visionary Places, Marisa Delre Gallery, March-April, 1987, New York, New York.

13. Colpo d'Ala di Arnaldo Pomodoro, Los Angeles 12 dicembre 1988, Fratelli Palombi Editori.

14. Minutes of the Los Angeles City Board of Cultural Affairs Commissioners, July 28, 1988, September 8, 1988, October 12, 1989.

15. Interview of Arnaldo Pomodoro by Michael Several, December 5, 1988.



The bibliography has been provided courtesy of Michael Several, Los Angeles, January 1998.

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