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Kishio Suga: here is what you missed!

Kishio Suga‘s exhibition in Milan is almost over. You only have a couple of days to enjoy the installation that are now on dispaly at the Pirelli Hangar Bicocca. The exhibtion called “Situations” ran from the 30th of September 2016 and is going to end on Sunday the 5th of February. The artworks that compose the contemporary art exhibit by Kishio Suga have been put together by curators Yuko Hasegawa and Vincente Todolì. The two art reviewers and researchers have collected installations from 1969 up to now. Here below the gallery that highlights the most stunning pieces that are currently…

Hangar Bicocca: the permanent collection

The Hangar Bicocca is a stunning example of redevelopment of an old industrial complex that dates back to the beginning of the 20th century. The current building of the Hangar Bicocca used to be the main factory where were manufactured “…railway carriages, electric and steam locomotives, boilers, farm machinery and equipment and, during the First World War, aeroplanes, projectiles and other products for the war effort.” From the Hangar Bicocca website Nowadays the Hangar Bicocca is the permanent location of contemporary art’s masterpieces and the home to the The Seven Heavenly Palaces by the German artist Anselm Kiefer. This is a site…