This collaborative exhibition between GAM and Castello di Rivoli examines the use of color in art with a presentation of 400 works by over 125 artists from around the world, from the late 17th century up to today.
“Color is like food, a food that feeds the soul,” Eugénie Paultre said a few days ago in early January. “Without this experience our soul would be very poor. I arrange this food in the simplest of ways, using lines. You end up forgetting the lines and you see only color.”
- Annie Besant and Charles Leadbeater, Thought Forms, The Theosophical Society (detail), Adyar, 1905