Emilio Isgrò, painter and poet, is one of the most famous and prestigious names of Italian art at international level. The artist states: “It is an anthropological and philosophical problem: will the word survive? Can the image survive? Or is everything destined to become virtual? I delete the word to save it: it is a form of mental hygiene of language that does not deny the text: but enhances it, drawing attention to what was there before”. There are not only the erasures. There are also ants in some installations, “The most global insect that there is, represents the passage of time, but also human industriousness. Palazzo Reale will host a selection of historical works rich in over 200 works including deleted books, paintings and installations.
A great anthology at the same time set up in three prestigious location is the tribute that Milan done to Emilio Isgrò, an artist who devoted his life to the search of original languages and the creation of a unique style. The lighting project follow the set up edited by Marco Bazzini.
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