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The show

Rehang , the rearrangement of some rooms of the permanent exhibition of the Maramotti Collection, offers the opportunity to present to the public a temporary exhibition, on the ground floor, with documents, books, works and objects kept in the Archives and in the Art Library of the Collection , living places of knowledge and deepening.

In its varied and naturally non-exhaustive development, the exhibition puts these materials in dialogue with some works present in the spaces of the permanent collection, restoring the vitality of the process of creation of works of art and the permeable connections between the different nuclei of collections of the Collection .

Some stimulating examples have been selected from the rich bibliographic and archival documentation, without critical-philological purposes, but with the aim of offering a broader and more articulated vision of the work. Artist's books, catalogs, letters, sketches, photographs, videos and other materials become the pieces of a story linked to artistic creation.

Ten artists of the projects presented: Claudio Parmiggiani, Peter Halley, Barry X Ball, Giulio Paolini, Vito Acconci, Jason Dodge, Enzo Cucchi, Evgeny Antufiev, Gert & Uwe Tobias, Krištof Kintera.

Works on display

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