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…


Tuesday October 27th, 2015
Eloisa Reverie Vezzosi, MA*GA, Missoni

“They’re museum pieces, but go ahead and wear them!” (Maria Pezzi, “Il Giorno”, 1979).
 It is the opening sentence of the exhibition more colorful that my senses have ever known, “MISSONI, THE ART, THE COLOR” at MA * GA Museum.


Wednesday May 20th, 2015
ARTS & FOODS, La Triennale di Milano, Eloisa Reverie Vezzosi

“Leggi in inglese, read in italian”, so spoke Pistoletto.
 On the occasion of the Expo 2015, Milan has officially become the center of this food-centric universe where “c” point stands for carne, cavolo, carote, caponata and capesante (meat, cabbage, carrots, caponata and scallops) … “Arts & Foods. Rituals from 1851 “at the Triennale of Milan is the first pavilion of Expo to be opened in early April and until November 1 will be, along with”“Cucine e Ultracorpi”, the only one outside the official Expo.


Thursday May 14th, 2015
La Biennale di Venezia, Eloisa Reverie Vezzosi

With 89 foreign national exhibitions and on a surface of 46,000 sqm + 6,526 sqm + 50,000 sqm of Giardini, Sale d’Armi and Arsenale, the “All the World’s Futures” is brought to life, together with our reflection on the “state of things” with Okwui Enwezor, the first black curator in the history of the event.

L’ombra della sera di Alberto Giacometti

Thursday October 9th, 2014
Artgirl at GAM Milano, Alberto Giacometti

«Nessuno là dentro osava respirare: io meno degli altri». Queste le parole di Giorgio Soavi, scrittore italiano e ospite privilegiato dell’atelier parigino di Alberto Giacometti. «L’aria dello studio al numero 46 di rue Hyppolyte-Maindron era talmente rarefatta che riusciva difficile anche

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Friday August 22nd, 2014
Monna Lisa a Otranto, MILDV, Artgirl

«L’ho rapita e me ne vanto». Ritengo sarebbe stato un bigliettino “simpatico” da lasciare al posto della celebre, celeberrima Gioconda del Louvre ben 103 anni fa! Ma Vincenzo Peruggia, il ladro-innamorato, lo definirei così, non lasciò traccia. Lunedì 21 agosto

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