αlfaβeta by Andrea Bianconi

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Nuova Galleria Morone presents αlfaβeta, Andrea Bianconi‘s solo exhibition in the Project Room curated by Vittoria Coen.

At the center of this exhibition, the articulated world of signs, words and images that distinguishes the research of the artist who in his works and performances expresses himself with different languages ​​and media, in a vortex of obsessively repeated “signals” that give life to a site-specific installation in the name of a different sense created in an effect expression: “fantastic planet”.
A small swivel stool in the middle of the space helps to engage the viewer who, sitting down, reads and rereads the words until asking if the fantasy planet is inside or outside himself.

A small cage, one of the most loved theme by the artist, insists and reinforces the idea that the answers can also be found within us, if we know how to question ourselves honestly and deeply.

The directional concept of the human path takes place, through the game of arrows, in the wall drawing, the speed and the desire to give an image to the language.

Around these hints, the exhibition develops as a monition, a warning, an intellectual provocation, with objects, elements and signs: a perpetual motion made of labyrinths, an eclectic vocabulary that belongs to the interior world of Andrea Bianconi.

excellence-magazine-andrea-bianconiexcellence-magazine-andrea-bianconiYou can visit the exhibition at the Nuova Galleria Morone (via Nerino 3, 20123 Milano), from May 17 to July 6 2018. The inauguration will be on Wednesday, May 16, 2018 at 18.00.

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