8 Jan 2020

The “Earth Stations” by Michele de Lucchi and the Istituto Marangoni

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8January 2020



Museo Novecento

Free admission subject to availability

Michele De Lucchi’s Earth Stations and the “timeless” contamination between art and fashion are at the center of the two appointments on Wednesday 8 January.

At 6.00 pm, Michele De Lucchi, the current protagonist of the Paradigma cycle. The Architect’s Table, curated by Laura Andreini (at the Museo Novecento until 30 April 2020) will hold the conference “Earth Stations. Future Sharing Architectures”, which will be introduced by Laura Andreini and the artistic director of the Sergio Risaliti Museum.

Living architectures, interconnected in a network and easy to reach, built in points that form or regenerate urban and infrastructural nodes, the Earth Stations are spaces of interaction, open to all, where people who arrive and depart for various destinations can experience moments that are not programmed of learning, joy, sharing and reflection, exploiting
the enormous potential of technology. They respond to the evolution of our lifestyles and help to spread shared and circular economies.

The union between fashion and art, two universes that have always been at the center of constant contamination, will instead be at the center of the talk “Fashion & Art: A timeless contamination” scheduled at 3.30 pm at the Duel room of the Museum. The meeting, which is part of the SUBVERTED CODES event promoted by the Istituto Marangoni on the occasion of Pitti Immagine Uomo, will be moderated by the journalist and curator Federico Poletti, and will see the participation of the artistic director of the Sergio Risaliti Museum, of Caroline Corbetta, curator of contemporary art and cultural journalist; Simone Guidarelli, Stylist and Creative, Francesca Giulia Tavanti, contemporary art historian and tutor of Istituto Marangoni Florence.

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