“Lost and found” by Vittorio Cavallini & Vanoalto

 

THE EXHIBITION:

Invited to intervene in the spaces of Santa Reparata International School of Art, Vittorio Cavallini has decided to introduce Vanoalto, a collaboration with designer Paola Mariani and some Tuscan artisans who focus on the possibility of transforming the world of objects through “reactivations”, which can best be dfined as “minimal movements and poetic revelations”.
Cavallini is a Tuscan artist who has presented the “Laboratory” at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Rome. In his work he often takes the viewer through a physical and spatial intervention and sees his studio as a means towards collaboration, ultimately, as a tool for change.

 

Invited to intervene in the spaces of Santa Reparata International School of Art, Vittorio Cavallini has decided to introduce Vanoalto, a collaboration with designer Paola Mariani and some Tuscan artisans who focus on the possibility of transforming the world of objects through “reactivations”, which can best be dfined as “minimal movements and poetic revelations”.
Cavallini is a Tuscan artist who has presented the “Laboratory” at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Rome. In his work he often takes the viewer through a physical and spatial intervention and sees his studio as a means towards collaboration, ultimately, as a tool for change.

THE ARTIST:

EXHIBITION OPENING:

EXHIBITION DETAILS:

OPENING:

November 8, h. 6.30 pm

DATES:

November 8 - December 1, 2012
mon-fri 12:00 am – 10:00 pm - free entrance

SPACE:

ADDRESS:

SRISA Gallery of Contemporary Art
Via San Gallo 53/R, 50129, Florence Italy

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