Roberto Pugliese – “Art Goes Logomo”

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Roberto Pugliese will present to the group exhibition Art Goes Logomo at LOGOMO (Turku) the installation La finta semplice and the works Risonanti pressioni materiche and Tromba solo – Omaggio a Paolo Fresu.
Art Goes Logomo exhibition gathers together works by 20 contemporary Finnish and international artists. The summer exhibition offers a high quality cross-section of different media such as sound installations, video, photography, sculpture and painting. Fundamental and current themes in contemporary art are present in the exhibition: man’s relation to nature, science and the built environment, criticism of society, reflecting art history and human growth, to mention few. Roughness, sense of humour, colourful political statements or exploration of one’s own mindset are some of the approaches the exhibition’s artists have based their work on.

When


Starts: 9 June 2017
Ends: 13 August 2017

Where


LOGOMO
Köydenpunojankatu 14
20100 Turku

Information


mostre@studiolacitta.it

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