“Studio Eine Phantastik” – Vincenzo Castella

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On May 23 will open the exhibition Studio Eine Phantastik, a group exhibition at the Shedhalle in Zürich, which also includes Vincenzo Castella.
The exhibition could be described using the past tense kids brandish when they are about to enter a fairy tale, placing the audience on the threshold in which the final preparations for the game are settled, between the true truth and the pretend truth.
The invited artists will exhibit works in which the imagination is the master and will generate a reality in which nature, even in its innocence, is unfair.
An exhibition where the adults are the ones that have need of the children. Not vice versa.

When


Starts: 23 May 2018
Ends: 29 July 2018

Where


Shedhalle
Seestrasse 395
Postfach 771
CH-8038 Zürich

Information


mostre@studiolacitta.it

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