This paper art landed all over the space, starting from the staircase at the entrance of the Fondazione and going all the way to every single corner of the place. The black creatures give a gloomy vibe to the building and are an essential part of Carlos Amorales‘ exhibition. Named as “The Accursed Hour”, this modern art also includes other works by the artist.
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This Carlos Amorales is curated by Gabi Scardi and in case you are wondering about what to do in Milan during your stay, you really need to check this out.
Location: Fondazione Adolfo Pini, 2 Corso Garibaldi, Milan
Duration: from April 2 to July 8, 2019, opening hours 10-13 | 15-17
Carlos Amorales butterflies fly from one room to another, creating a slight tension due to the density of the exhibition. I Lobo You finds it very overwhelming but in a good way because it creates impact and evokes feelings that you wouldn’t even think of in the first place. In the contemporary artist‘s other artwork, he refers to his country, Mexico, while at the same time showing extremely current discrepancies and tensions throughout the world.
The other contemporary art by the Carlos Amorales reflects on the theme of human violence against other human beings, human silhouettes appear on the foundation’s walls as if they went through them, which seem to hold papers in which the salient moments of history are represented.
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