During Milan Design Week the opportunities to witness the best of art and design will not cease to amaze its visitors. The XXII Triennale di Milano just unveiled its newest thematic exhibition curated by Paola Antonelli. This week is filled with events for the art lovers such as Glass Installations at Fuorisalone and Incredible Art Installations.
Entitled of ‘Broken Nature: Design takes on human survival’, this art exhibition opened last Friday, on March 1st and will be available until September 1st. This modern art celebration explores the interaction that the humankind has with the natural environment and how we have been putting it in jeopardy for over the past years.
Ore streams by Simone Farresin and Andrea Trimarchi of Formafantasma, 2017
Oki Naganode, Julia Lohmann, 2013
Triennale di Milano just opened its doors for the new contemporary art exhibition and I Lobo You highly suggests that you take some time off of and go see it during the most iconic week in the city of Milan. This exhibition aims to highlight the concept of our relationship with our environments, including both natural and social ecosystems aspects.
designs for an overpopulated planet – foragers. anthony Dunne and Fiona Raby of Dunne & Raby, 2009
You can say it is a very honest concern of what the future holds for our planet, and the artist evens states that the responses to the theme have been coming from all over the world and that it’s noticeable the eagerness and the real preoccupation coming from this audience, about this particular matter.
‘The concept of restorative design that is at the core of the XXII Triennale di Milano and of the exhibition, in particular, resonates with strength and sensitivity throughout the international participation. It allows us to keep believing in the power of design to help citizens understand complexity, assess risks, adopt behaviors, and demand change.’
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