Thursday 9 September 2021 – 16:59
Anna Valeria Borsari’s personal exhibition at the Museo del ‘900 in Milan
“From some uncertain point” opens tomorrow in the Spazio Archivio
Milan, 9 Sept. (askanews) – The Museo del Novecento opens to the public in its Spazio Archivio the exhibition “From some uncertain point”, a personal exhibition by Anna Valeria Borsari (1943). Curated by Giorgio Zanchetti and Iolanda Ratti with Giulia Kimberly Colombo, the exhibition tells the artist’s work from the late 1960s to today and therefore delves into that period that was the cradle of media experiments, from painting to moving images.
The exhibition “tells the work of continuous exploration of the themes of identity and the relationship between reality and representation, investigated through sculpture, the photographic medium, installation and intervention in space” explains a note from the Municipality of Milan, highlighting that “‘From some uncertain point’ offers an all-round overview of Anna Valeria Borsari’s conceptual practice, highlighting how her experimentation has anticipated some experiences, such as that of the ‘site-specific’ dimension, which have become central to the artists of the following generations.
The exhibition is part of Milan ArtWeek, the schedule promoted by the Municipality of Milan | Culture which for an entire week, from 13 to 19 September, will offer exhibitions and performances throughout the city involving institutions, foundations, public and private subjects, with a rich calendar of initiatives dedicated to modern and contemporary art. Admission to the exhibition is included in the ticket for the Museo del Novecento.