Art, design and cinema already fill my weekend agenda. If the weekend flies away like coffee before a meeting, it’s time to choose and, above all, to leave the house.
For those wishing to follow my plans: first stop at the Fuorisalone to savor the last days of events and installations dedicated to design, with a particular look at the large urban park of Alcova, in the Inganni area, with 3500 square meters and over 50 exhibitors, and to installation “Be Water” to the Cozzi Pool, in Viale Tunisia, created by Toiletpaper Magazine in collaboration with Desigual. An excellent opportunity to go back to the pool (which then, I’m around, I don’t have goggles with me is another matter).
I would then go to the Arcimboldi Theater to discover No entry, a project that sees seventeen large design and design studios give new life to the theater’s seventeen dressing rooms: a unique opportunity to discover the “behind the scenes” that hosted great international names such as Ludovico Einaudi, Bob Dylan, Sting and Elton John.
Finally, I would not miss the review at the Cineteca Milano Mic dedicated to the unforgettable Libero De Rienzo for the world. Recently deceased actor, director and screenwriter, I discovered him (like many of us) in “Santa Maradona”, a film that has remained engraved in our hearts thanks to his famous and above all brilliant phrases. First of all: “And look, it’s bad to have a nice answer ready and never anyone asking you the right question”.