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vengo spesso alla fondazione, in occasione dell'allestimento di nuove mostre. non sempre mi piacciono, alle volte sono di difficile comprensione... ma questa volta ho trovato qualcosa di veramente int... more »I often come to the foundation, on the occasion of the preparation of new exhibitions. I don't always like them, sometimes I'm hard to understand... but this time I found something really interesting! First of all, I really enjoyed dedicating all the space to a single artist. much better, more engaging, than when there are 2 or 3 exhibitions together. In addition, the explanations - introductory panel and captions on sheet - are particularly simple and useful to understand what is presented. these are 10 works made between 2018 and 2019 so very recent by the Belgian artist Berlinde de Bruyckere, made in Belgium but here restored, which investigate the theme of suffering, pain but also redemption. they are mostly wax blocks worked and kneaded with animal skins, hairs, resins, salt. who want to simulate the piles of skins inside the tanneries, a reminder of the horror that pervades this branch of industry. in the second room, the largest, the artist wanted to reproduce the storage warehouse, with the skins stacked on large pallets, covered with salt. salt everywhere, even on the ground, for their preservation. in the first room is reproduced a fetish, vaguely reminiscent of the mare used in the plants for the production of seed, while in the last 3 large wall installations recall the flower pots made by older women with precious materials. the latter are less interesting. Always very kind staff, available to provide explanations and interact with visitors to know impressions, sensations, etc. the visit takes about half an hour. The exhibition runs until 15 March. The foundation is open Thursdays from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. and Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from noon to 7 p.m. Tickets cost 7 euros, free with museum subscription.
Dovrò scomodare gran parte della letteratura e ancora maggiormente tutta quanta la filosofia, per descrivere e andare a forgiare una recensione degna della Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo. La Fonda... more »I will have to bother much of the literature and even more all the philosophy, to describe and go to forging a review worthy of the Sandretto Re Rebaudengo Foundation. The Sandretto Re Rebaudengo Foundation is a beautiful location to popularize culture of any kind. The beauty of the Sandretto Re Rebaudengo Foundation, is to be understood, in fact, as what has order, measure and form. But, the form of art, is not only: "beautiful" and therefore: order. Art is a concept that goes beyond beauty. Art transcends beauty and tends to stand out, conceptually, between sublime and infamous. An incubator of incessant ideas is the Sandretto Re Rebaudengo Foundation. Ideas that brought the 25.10.2018 IWBank Private Inv. to disseminate, in the exclusive location, the highest concepts of the Nobel Prize Daniel Kahneman, psychologist and Nobel Prize in economics in 2002. Daniel Kahneman made a distinction between fast, instinctive and therefore irrational thoughts and slow thoughts, dictated by discernment and reason. One more reason, for the Sandretto Re Rebaudengo Foundation, to host thoughts and concepts so high and elevated that they are considered state-of-the-art. The art of slow thinking was manifested on 25.10.2018, thanks to the Sandretto Re Rebaudengo Foundation, which hosted the state of the art of behavioral finance. Friendly greetings BBC1
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