Hiroyuki Masuyama – “FutuRuins. Il corpo e la pietra”

Veduta del Foro Romano 1751, 2012

Hiroyuki Masuyama is one of the protagonists of the FutuRuins. Il corpo e la pietra exhibition that opens on Wednesday 19 December 2018 at Palazzo Fortuny, Venice.

The exhibition focuses on the aesthetics of the ruins, a crucial element in the history of Western civilization, a symbol of the presence of the past, but which at the same time contains within itself the potentiality of the fragment. On display are Masuyama’s photographs representing the Roman landscapes painted and engraved once by Giambattista Piranesi.


Starts: December 19, 2018
Ends: March 24, 2019


Palazzo Fortuny
San Marco, 3958
30124 Venice


Promoters: Ermitage Museum - Saint Petersburg, Ermitage Italia
Curated by: Daniela Ferretti, Dimitri Ozerkov with Dario Dalla Lana

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