Fondazione Stelline displays 50 multicoloured and recent works by the Milanese painter Andrea Zucchi. On display are two different and autonomous cycles of works, linked by similarities and contrasts in a sort of double game. In the first black and white photographs from the 19th century immortalizes historical personalities, allegorical figures, academic nudes, romantic landscapes and still lifes, are ironically transposed on canvases with exasperated, psychedelic colours that recall pop art. In the second series Zucchi uses packaging for electronic consumer goods to create small-sized, three-dimensional, abstract works and sculptures, which recall the famous creations by Kandinskij, Klee and Arp. Zucchi likes to re-elaborate pre-existing materials thanks to the use of computer and media.