Luigi Carboni – “Non è luce in piena luce”

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Saturday, March 17, 2018 at 18:00 opens the exhibition Non è luce in piena luce by Luigi Carboni at Zuecca Project Space in Venice.
Luigi Carboni – in this exhibition – articulates and questions the identification of the distinctive trait that separates abstract painting from figurative painting; the exhibition is accompanied by a text by Ludovico Pratesi.


Starts: 17 March 2018
Ends: 13 May 2018


Zuecca Project Space
Fondamenta delle Zitelle 33
Giudecca – 30133 Venice

Curated by: Ludovico Pratesi

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