Chiara Dynys (1958; Mantua,Italy) is one of the most important Italian contemporary artists. Her work is studied and presented by many Italian and international institutions. Among the Italian museums that have hosted her work are the MART, Rovereto (2005–11);Museo del Novecento, Milan (2012); Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea,Rome (2013); Museo Correr, Venice (2019); Villa e Collezione Panza, Varese (2009–21);and MA*GA Museum, Gallarate (2022).Dynys’s participation in exhibitions dedicated to twentieth-and twenty-first-century arthas positioned her work as a reference for studies focused on the relationship between space and light, installation, and conceptual visual languages. Such exhibitions includeAspectos da Pintura Italiana: do Após –Guerra aos Nossos Dias, MuseuNacional de BelasArtes, Rio de Janeiro and Museu de Arte, São Paulo (1989); WHERE? L’identité ailleurs que dans l’identification, Musée d’art moderne de Saint-Étienne (1992); The Shape of the World, PAC Contemporary Art Pavilion, Milan (2000); Light Art from Artificial Light, ZKM | Museum für Neue Kunst, Karlsruhe (2006); La parola nell’arte, MART, Rovereto (2007); 7th Moscow International Biennale of Contemporary Art, Arkhangelskoye Palace, Moscow (2017); and Soundlines of Contemporary Art, ICAE Armenia, Yerevan (2018). Among the international institutions that have hosted Chiara Dynys’s work are the Centre d’Art Contemporain, Geneva (1996); Centre international d’art contemporain, Montréal (1997); Städtische Galerie, Stuttgart (1999); Museo cantonale, Lugano (2001–15); the Rome Quadriennale (1986–2005); Kunstmuseum Museum, Bochum (2003); Kunstmuseum, Bonn (2004); Wolfsberg Executive Development Centre, Wolfsberg (2005); Spazio -1, Giancarlo and Danna Olgiati Collection, LAC, Lugano (2012); MASI –Museo d’arte della Svizzera italiana, Lugano (2018); and Palazzo Maffei Casa Museo, Verona (2021).