Luigi Carboni – “Vivace. Sostenuto. Andante”

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On Thursday 4 October 2018 at 6:00 pm opens the exhibition Vivace. Sostenuto. Andante, it is a dialoguing exhibition conceived by encircling the question: what rhythm does the artist adopt when facedwith a white canvas? What mental process moves him? What music – that transcends the mind, the body and the canvas – does he allow to inspire him? There are three artists invited by Federico Piccari, curator of the exhibition, to the Fondazione 107 of Turin, among which also Luigi Carboni, who weaves an artistic discourse about the ‘code’, hypnotically derailing lucidity and giving you the impression that you are in the presence of one of those labyrinthine sentences by Jorge Luis Borges that catch you off your guard.

When


Starts: 5 October 2018
Ends: 2 December 2018

Where


Fondazione 107
Via Andrea Sansovino, 234
10151 Turin

Information


mostre@studiolacitta.it
Curated by: Federico Piccari
Press release: download here

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