Artwork: Alberto Biasi

Exhibition

Generating Visions

Alcantara in the Arts

Free admission

An unprecedented journey through Alcantara's historical archive, the result of its many years of experimentation in the world of contemporary art, design and theater. A selection of works by Italian and international artists, different in generation, practice and poetics, invited over the years by the company to measure themselves with Alcantara material and technology, expressive tools capable of responding with versatility to design needs. Thus an unprecedented dialogue is created, generative of new visions and imagery related to nature and landscape, architecture, sound and calligraphy. Through a selection of archival videos, the exhibition offers an opportunity to retrace the collaborations that Alcantara has developed in a constant dialogue with visual artists, fashion and industrial designers, filmmakers, videomakers, architects and musicians.

Info

On Tuesday, April 16, the exhibition closes at 6 pm.

Credits

Curated by: Damiano Gullì
Exhibition design: TOP TAG
Works by: Yuri Ancarani (Ravenna, 1972), Alberto Biasi (Padua, 1937), Zhang Chun Hong (Shenyang, 1971), Qin Feng (province of Xinjiang, 1961), Soundwalk Collective (collective founded by Stephan Crasneanscki in New York in 2000), Nanda Vigo (Milan, 1936 - 2020), Lorenzo Vitturi (Venice, 1980)

Highlights

Courtesy Alcantara

Courtesy Alcantara

Courtesy Alcantara

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