16 Apr-16 Oct 2008. The Magnolia Cloister of the Stelline Foundation hosts this site specific work by Massimo Uberti. On show is a large light installation, made of white neon sources, which turns into luminous symbols of the nocturnal vitality of modern cities. This geometrical creation represents an ideal city, which tends towards the infinity (27 meters in diameter and 14 meters high). The project retraces the layout of Sforzinda an ideal city designed by Antonio Averlino, better known as Filarete, around 1465. Uberti gives new birth to this Renaissance dream.
Address Fondazione Stelline. Corso Magenta 61, Milan, tel. 02-45462411. Tue-Sun 10.00-20.00.
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Dreams of a Possible City. Tending to Infinity.
Fondazione Stelline. Corso Magenta 61, Milan, tel. 02-45462411. Tue-Sun 10.00-20.00.
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