24 ORE Cultura

Body lines

Wednesday March 1st, 2017
Eloisa Reverie Vezzosi, Keith Haring, Palazzo Reale, Milano

In Art, synonym of purification is catharsis. Blood. The staging of a tragic representation in Ancient Greece involved the whole polis in a common moment of purification. Tears. Through feelings of pity and terror. Sweat. Art makes you stink, it bothers, it melts groins and intestines, it speaks from the stomach, the throat and the lower bellies. Art is scary. The Sublime and the Beautiful are concepts clearly distinct. Let’s get free. Freedom. Let’s follow our instincts, let’s give credibility to the subconscious. Let’s eliminate the costume that does not exist. Let’s read more and not the labels.

Yes. When I visited the exhibition that Palazzo Reale dedicated to Keith Haring I sweated. A lot. A sweat, for the accuracy, composed of water, ions (Na +, K +, Cl-), urea, immunoglobulins, cholesterol, lactic acid, volatile bases, acrylic, oil on canvas, images, masks, vinyl paint…

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.

JOAN MIRÓ AND THE FIRE OF POETRY

Wednesday April 13th, 2016
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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Alfons Mucha and the Rêverie Art Nouveau

Thursday January 7th, 2016
Alfons Mucha, Palazzo Reale Milano, Eloisa Reverie Vezzosi

From the sacred to the profane, from the theater stage to everyday life, from space to time, from japonism the European spirit, the femme fatale to the woman-flower … This is the exhibition of contrasts and as such I decided to investigate it.


Madame X, creatura di Rosso

Wednesday March 18th, 2015
Medardo Rosso, GAM Milano, Eloisa Reverie Vezzosi

“Madame X”, opera unica mai replicata. Sul catalogo della Biennale di Venezia è datata 1896, ma dal 1950 è stata spesso fatta risalire al 1913 in base alle indicazioni di Francesco Rosso a Mino Borghi. Recentemente Giovanni Lista ha proposto

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Bernardino Luini: dallo zenit al nadir

Tuesday April 22nd, 2014
Bernardino Luini dallo zenit al nadir

Bernardino Luini tra Leonardo e Raffaello, Luini, il Raffaello della Lombardia, due possibili titoli per la nuova mostra a Palazzo Reale su Bernardino Luini. Quale è stato il preferito? Bernardino Luini e i suoi figli: questo il titolo scelto. I

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Alle origini dell’Età dell’oro

Sunday March 16th, 2014
Klimt, alle origini del mito (Palazzo Reale, Milano)

C’è chi si interroga sull’origine dell’universo, il caos. Chi si interroga sull’origine dell’uomo. Del semplice uomo. E chi sull’origine di un mito. Del mito. Di Gustav Klimt.  Per vedere cosa c’è dietro il Bacio, non basta voltare l’opera; bisogna rivivere

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