“Armin Linke. The Appearance of That Which Cannot be Seen” at PAC Milano

On the occasion of the 12th edition of the Contemporary Day dedicated to Italian art, the PAC presents The Appearance of That Which Cannot be Seen, an exhibition as a process of activating the archive of Armin Linke (*1966 in Milan) through dialogue

 

Greenhouse, El Ejido Spain, 2013 © Armin Linke

Greenhouse, El Ejido Spain, 2013 © Armin Linke

 

Armin Linke has set the initial frame by sharing photographs with thinkers from various fields and inviting them to react. By reading these images through their theories and concepts, each produces a selection illustrating their vision of contemporary society. These selections enter the exhibition organized as a changing topology of dialogues, transforming themselves in relation to PAC’s modernist architecture. (more…)

SUPER SUPERSTUDIO: the group’s ultimate exhibition at PAC Milano

The exhibition will reconstruct Superstudio’s most important projects by bringing together their most representative pieces of design, installations and films, and by building a dialogue with 19 works by 19 contemporary artists, who have drawn the raw material for their oeuvre from the Florence group’s research.

 

Superstudio, Atti Fondamentali,Vita Superficie, 1971. MAXXI Museo nazionale delle arti del XXI secolo, Roma. Collezioni MAXXI Architettura. © Fondo Superstudio

Superstudio, Atti Fondamentali,Vita Superficie, 1971. MAXXI Museo nazionale delle arti del XXI secolo, Roma. Collezioni MAXXI Architettura. © Fondo Superstudio

 

The Milan PAC presents the oeuvre of Superstudio (1966-1978), the group of radical architects and radical designers from Florence, which not only influenced the way of thinking and designing of renowned architects such as Zaha Hadid, Rem Koolhaas and Bernard Tschumi, but also definitively questioned the boundary between art and architecture, and which is regarded as the last great Italian avant-garde. (more…)