From December to February Italy is the protagonist of Triennale with three exhibition about art, fashion and architecture.
The exhibitions are combined with a series of meetings, readings, debates curated by Andrea Kerbaker talking about fragments of Italy from the post-war period through music, cinema, photography, literature and television.
7 december 2015
“Paura alla Scala” by Dino Buzzati
Lecture by Lorenzo Viganò, Filippo del Corno, Claudio De Albertis, Paolo Biscottini, Marta Morazzoni, Pier Luigi Vercesi, Andrea Kerbaker, Mario Santagostini, Antonia Jannone, Jean Blanchaert, Anna Nogara
FRAMES OF ARCHITECTURE
About Italian cinema, with Gianni Canova
CHE SERATA DI MERDA O CHE MERDA DI SERATA
Starting from “Merda d’artista” by Piero Manzoni (1961).
With Flaminio Gualdoni and Gaspare Luigi Marcone
OTTIMISMO SANO E COSTRUTTIVO?
From a famous sentence by Giulio Andreotti about Italian Neorealism.
BUSTA NUMERO UNO, NUMERO DUE O NUMERO TRE?
About the artistic culture created by tv quiz such as Mike Bongiorno’s broadcasts.
With Flavio Caroli, Aldo Grasso, Stefano Zuffi and Antonio De Robertis.
LET IT BEATLES
Dancing evening with live Beatles’ best hits.
SLIM IN BETTER?
How fashion influenced physical appearance.
With Isabella Bossi Fedrigotti, Oliviero Toscani and Umberto Galimberti.
A TELEVISION IN EVERY HOME
How television changed Italians’ life.
With Piero Dorfles and Franco Iseppi.
Curated by Nazionale italiana scrittori founded by Alessandro Baricco.
With Paolo Verri.
FROM ALPS TO PYRAMIDS
Italian style in the last twenty years.
With Santo Versace e Brunello Cucinelli.
Literary price award ceremony for university students titled “My Twin Towers”.
ARCHISTAR YES, ARCHISTAR NO
Michele De Lucchi moderates a debate with students of architecture.
Photo projection investigating relation between recent design, art, fashion and culture.
With Giangiacomo Schiavi, Giorgio Terruzzi and Carlo Orsi.
IF FASHION LIVES ONLINE
About future of fashion blogs.
MUSEUM OR PARK EXHIBITION?
Discovering museums’s future with Philippe Daverio.
- Paura alla Scala by Dino Buzzati. Courtesy of Triennale