I luoghi della mente – Hashimoto e Masuyama alla GAM di Verona


The places of the mind: peripheral, original, abstract spaces where thought wanders in search of an ideal dimension. Fragile places in which to trace the coordinates of a possible space.

From Masuyama to Hashimoto, through Rovaldi, up to the last works of the Ottella Prize, a selection of works pays tribute to  the  twenty  years  of  the  policy  of  contemporary  art  acquisitions  inaugurated  in  1997  by  the  Achille  Forti Gallery of Modern Art. Along the itinerary, the visitors will admire the large sculpture Tree III by Jacob Hashimoto – a work that examines the relationship between natural and artificial – and the lightbox Parigi-Verona by Hiroyuki Masuyama, the image of a flight that links the vastness of time and space in one 10-metres work.


Starts: 29 March 2018
Ends: 18 November 2018


Galleria d’Arte Moderna “Achille Forti”
Cortile Mercato Vecchio



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