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Colecções e Estados de Alma

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Em 2009 a Serpentine convidou Konstantin Grcic, e deu no que deu.

No ano passado, enquanto ainda estávamos fechados, convidou Martino Gamper e foi ainda melhor.

Os dois designers com o selo de Ulrich Obrist mostraram duas abordagens diferentes, mas as duas sem medo das fine arts.

Agora Gamper continua a exibir as suas estantes com colecções de objectos, vulgares ou preciosos, na Pinacoteca Agnelli e parece que ainda vai para o Museion, em Bolzano.

A quem andar por ali que não perca.

Se, por aqui, houver algum museu interessado, façam o favor de enviar um fax.

(imagens: da Domus, quando eles prórprios também falam da exposição Design is a State of Mind (2014) de Martino Gamper na Pinacoteca Agnelli)

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Collections and States of Mind

In 2009 the Serpentine invited Konstantin Grcic to curate an exhibition.

Last year, while we were still closed, Martino Gamper was also invited and the result was even better.

The two designers, with Ulrich Obrist’s label, showed two different approaches, and the two without fear of the fine arts.

Now Gamper continues to display his shelves with collections of objects, vulgar or precious ones, at the Pinacoteca Agnelli and it seems that it still goes to the Museion in Bolzano.

If you are around don’t miss it.
If, around here, there is an interested museum, please send a fax.

(photos: from Domus, about the exhibition Design is a State of Mind (2014) by Martino Gamper at the Pinacoteca Agnelli)

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This entry was posted on February 14, 2015 by in Design, Exposições, Museus and tagged , .
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