Eloisa Reverie Vezzosi, Emilio Isgrò, Gallerie d'Italia, Milano

(Italiano) Ho cancellato almeno tredici volte l’inizio di questo testo, forse un omaggio inconscio all’artista con cui ho scelto questa volta di dialogare o forse, e più semplicemente, un segno di reverenza, timore, riconoscenza… Vedete? Con Emilio Isgrò non mi riesce trovare le parole giuste.

Eloisa Reverie Vezzosi, Escher, Palazzo Reale

How many faces has art got? 
I do not know if Escher would have replied “infinite” … 

How many faces has Escher got?
 I do not know if art would have replied “infinite” …

I went into a room of mirrors and I fear I have lost my way home … Or maybe my gaze simply fell, and I lost it in Escher.

The Floating Piers, Christo, Eloisa Reverie Vezzosi

I become estranged. “It is important that you follow only the flood of the waves,” and so I let myself be lulled along with an incessant stream of thoughts …
Christo has given hs the freedom to walk on the water, and no matter what, we have to be grateful to him.

Eloisa Reverie Vezzosi, Thomas De Falco, Ara Pacis, Roma

Blindness is the optical visual perception nullified. It is a congenital or induced condition. It is a state of mind. It is paradoxically a state of grace.
I often had to keep my eyes closed during a performance. It happened again Saturday, May 28, when, at the Ara Pacis Museum in Rome, was staged “DAWN”, performance by Thomas De Falco curated by Laura Cherubini, to which I took part along with twelve other performers, three musicians and a mezzo soprano.

Eloisa Reverie Vezzosi, Jan Fabre, Forte di Belvedere, Firenze

If the boundary on which Kafka moves in his most famous short story defines reality on the one hand and imagination on the other hand, Jan Fabre with his Metamorphosis goes in search of Utopia along with guides of spirit, intellect and symbology.

"PRIVATE TDF", Thomas De Falco, Masseria Torre Coccaro, Eloisa Reverie Vezzosi

(Italiano) Cosa vuol dire “privato”?
Si potrebbe rispondere con “non pubblico”. Come se l’uso dei contrari fosse sufficiente a dare definizioni…
E soprattutto chi è il soggetto “privato”?

“PRIVATE TDF” di Thomas De Falco è stata la performance in due momenti curata da Laura Cherubini e andata in scena a Brindisi il 23 e 24 aprile. Dopo aver visto “SOLO” e vissuto sulla sua pelle “WAITING”, Reverie ce la racconta in presa diretta e ci rivela che prendere-forma è processo catartico.

Joan Miró, Eloisa Reverie Vezzosi, MUDEC, Milano

“The beginning is something immediate. It’s matter that decides “. 

MUDEC – Museo delle Culture of Milan gives us a journey into the matter of the famous Spanish artist with an exhibition curated by the Fundació Joan Miró, under the

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Eloisa Reverie Vezzosi, Palazzo Reale, Boccioni

(Italiano) Sulla scia del binomio arte-vita, caro ai futuristi, dove sta il sogno?
A occhi chiusi o a occhi aperti, siamo noi stessi sempre “forme uniche nella continuità dello spazio”.
Milano rende omaggio a Umberto Boccioni nella ricorrenza del centenario della sua morte presentando a Palazzo Reale circa 280 opere tra disegni, dipinti, sculture, incisioni, fotografie d’epoca, libri, riviste e documenti che onorano così il suo “Genio e Memoria”.

Eloisa Reverie Vezzosi, Anna Conway, Collezione Maramotti

The art for art’s sake, art that stays to art, art less art and even more. The possible operations with the same goal were endless. 
Maramotti Collection presents “Purpose”, the first European exhibition of Anna Conway. In the historical venue of the company Max Mara in Reggio Emilia, art is in open dialogue with art.

Eloisa Reverie Vezzosi, Musei San Domenico, Forlì

The 20th century is recognized as the century of Piero della Francesca; why could not the 21st be the time of his rebirth?