Mind traverls – Mikhael Subotzky & Subodh Gupta

Dubai to Mumbai, 2006

Spazio22 closes its expositive season hosting from 22th November 2018 an exhibition produced in collaboration with Hélène de Franchis, in which a selection of works from the Veronese gallery Studio la Città will be displayed.
The exhibition, titled Mind Travels, presents the photographs of the South-African artist Mikhael Subotzky, most part of which belong to the series Beaufort West, from the name of the city where the famous maximum security prison stands on the main street. These photographs are set-up around the core work of this exhibition: the sculpture Dubai to Mumbai, produced by the Indian artist Subodh Gupta between 2006 and 2008.

When


Starts: November 23, 2018
Ends: January 17, 2019

Where


Spazio 22
Viale Sabotino, 22
Milan

Information


mostre@studiolacitta.it
Press release: download here

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