I Castelli nell’Ora Blu: Jan Fabre at Galleria Building in Milano

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The Galleria Building in Milan host the exhibition I castelli nell’ora blu by Jan Fabre, opening from 22nd November 2018.

Jan Fabre
Jan Fabre

Curated by Melania Rossi, the exhibition will be enriched by some appendices in institutional spaces of the city of Milan, such as the Basilica of Sant’Eustorgio and the Portinari Chapel.

I Castelli nell'Ora Blu
I Castelli nell’Ora Blu

On show a selection of works – most of which have never been exhibited before because they came from the artist’s collection, now available to the public in absolute preview.

The works have been made by Jan Fabre since the late 1980s, focusing on two themes particularly significant for the master : the castles and L’Ora Blu.

Drawings, collages, films and photographic works make up a journey in the most “romantic” and poetic, but always radical and symbolic, imagery of one of the most interesting artists on the contemporary scene.

Jan Fabre The Lime Twing Man
Jan Fabre The Lime Twing Man

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