Fondazione Cirulli is continuing the conversation series with the authors of the essays in the UNIVERSO FUTURISTA exhibition catalogue.
The second meeting will feature Marco Scotti (CSAC, University of Parma), author of the essay Rivoluzione tipografica and Giorgio de Mitri, founder and creative director of Sartoria Comunicazione in Modena. T.B.D. or Think beyond design or how do we think beyond the traditional concepts of design and project? on Friday, February 22 at 6.30 pm.
On the occasion of ART CITY White Night, Via Emilia, a road that has historically represented a pivotal node in the encounter between cultures, will become a cultural district where art, food and design will come together thanks to a dialogue between Fondazione Cirulli, Sulla Via Emilia Restaurant and Reverso Forniture.
On Wednesday, October 17 at 6:30pm Fondazione Cirulli inaugurates the conversation series with the authors of the essays in the UNIVERSO FUTURISTA exhibition catalogue.
The first meeting will feature Professor Ara H. Merjian, Art Historian from New York University and author of "Spazio Ambiente" and "Corpi in movimento". He will be joined by Art Historian Elena Pontiggia, faculty member of the Accademia di Brera and Politecnico di Milano.
Fondazione Cirulli is pleased to present the UNIVERSO FUTURISTA catalogue.
On Tuesday, October 16 at 6:30pm Jeffrey T. Schnapp and Silvia Evangelisti, curators of the exhibition and authors of essays in the catalogue, will introduce the book in conversation with Daniele Ledda, Artistic Director of xycomm, Milan and designer of the format and graphic of the catalogue. The event will be moderated by Andrea Maioli, Culture and Events Editor for the newspaper Il Resto del Carlino.
Monday, April 15, 2019 | 6:30 pm
The Conversazioni con l’autore talk series continues, allowing us to explore in detail the themes and protagonists of UNIVERSO FUTURISTA.
The subject of this event will be Bruno Munari: taking cue from the works in the show and from Munari’s collaboration with Futurism, the conversation will expand to cover the rich complexity of his entire oeuvre.