From the July 16, 2021 al August 29, 2021
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Place: Studio Museum Francesco Messina, via San Sisto 4 / A
Opening time: 10-17.30. Monday closed
Cost: Free admission
Where to buy: 0 – free admission
Manager: Studio Museo Francesco Messina in collaboration with Cramum
Studio Museo Francesco Messina in collaboration with Cramum presents Andreas Senoner’s first solo exhibition in Milan.
On display the works of the South Tyrolean artist known for his wood sculptures, who made archaic and severe immobility the cornerstone of his artistic research.
Andreas Senoner (Bolzano, 1982) thus gives shape to solitude, interiority and human frailty through wood.
The artist considers bodies as transitory envelopes of a soul that is laically understood and engaged in a process of continuous metamorphosis towards an elusive final form.
Senoner creates suspended, immobile works, wrapped in an aura of mystery and imbued with solitude.
From the dialogue between the works of Francesco Messina and the wooden sculptures of Andreas Senoner, an exhibition itinerary emerges that brings to mind an “ontological Wunderkammer”.
The works do not surprise only for the technical-material extraordinaryness, but for the ability to raise questions about the transience and the very nature of human existence, captured and fixed by art in an instant beyond time.
The exhibition is curated by Sabino Maria Frassà.
The exhibition is part of “La Bella Estate”, the summer cultural program promoted by the Municipality of Milan which, until 21 September, will offer the Milanese and visitors to the city a rich calendar of artistic, cultural, sporting, recreational and time initiatives. free (program continuously updated on yesmilano.it/labellaestate).
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