Radical art and architecture
The PAC presents the work of Superstudio (1966-1978), the collective Florentine architecture radical and radical design that has not only influenced the thinking and design of great architects like Zaha Hadid, Rem Koolhaas and Bernard Tschumi, but has definitely questioned the boundary between art and architecture, establishing itself as the last great Italian avant-garde.
The exhibition will reconstruct the most important projects of Superstudio, bringing together the most iconic pieces of design, installations and films and building a dialogue with 19 works by as many artists from the contemporary research of collective Florentine drew material for their work.
Curated by Andreas Angelidakis, Vittorio Pizzigoni and Valter Scelsi, the exhibition will reconstruct the most important projects of Superstudio, bringing together the most iconic pieces of design, installations and films and building, as part of the model of total urbanization proposed by Superstudio, a dialogue with the works of 21 contemporary artists from the pursuit of collective Florentine drew material for their work: Danai Anesiadou, Alexandra Bachzetsis, Ila Beka and Louise Lemoine, Pablo Bronstein, Stefano Graziani, Petrit Halilaj and Alvaro Urbano, Jim Isermann, Daniel Keller and She Plevin, Andrew Kovacs, Rallou Panagiotou, Paola Pivi, Angelo Plessas, Riccardo Previdi, RO / LU, Priscilla Tea, PatrickTuttofuoco, Kostis Velonis, Pae White.
The exhibition opens on the occasion of the 11th Day of Contemporary Art organized for Saturday, October 10, 2015 by hammock – Association of Italian Contemporary Art Museums – of which the Pavilion is a founding member. As usual, for the occasion, the PAC will open free to the public from 18.00 to 24.00.
Till 6 January 2016
@ PAC Contemporary Art Pavilion, Milan
Via Palestro, 14
Hours: 9:30-7:30pm Tues-Sun, (extended Thurs to 10:30pm), closed Monday