The exhibition reinterprets some of the Milanese projects by Aldo Rossi throughout 40 original works accompanied by study models, writings, and notes focusing on his work in -and about- the city of Milan, from his training at the Polytechnic in the fifties, his studies for the Scalo Farini presented at the XII Triennale in the early sixties, the Monument to the partisans of Segrate (1965-67) and Monte Amiata Gallaratese (1968-1973), up to the expansion of the airport of Linate and the competition for Bovisa in the nineties.
“Aldo Rossi and Milan, 1955-1995”
April 10 – May 5, 2017
Ordine degli Architetti P.P.C. della Provincia di Milano
Via Solferino 17, 20121 Milano
The exhibition offers a new look at original drawings –some of which remain still unpublished- by Rossi, an architectural narration drawn in different scales and locations, on yellow tissue paper or blue notebooks, colored on wrinkled watercolor cards or traced on photocopies, in study models and also in the architect’s built work.
The exhibition has been organized by the Aldo Rossi Foundation in collaboration with the Order of Architects of the Province of Milan, in collaboration with public and private collections such as Alessi Museum, MAXXI and La Triennale di Milano. The exhibition was put toghether thanks to the contribution of Scalo Milan and the sponsorship of Molteni & C.
News source: Ordine degli Architetti P.P.C. della Provincia di Milano
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