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Il Ristorante Torre della @FondazionePrada ospita dal 17 novembre al 1 dicembre Martina Caruso, giovane chef del Signum di Salina.
Considerata da molti giornalisti enogastronomici e addetti ai lavori “enfant prodige” della cucina italiana, nel 2016 Martina riceve la sua prima Stella Michelin diventando la più giovane cuoca donna stellata in Italia.
La collaborazione con Martina Caruso si inserisce nel quadro dell’iniziativa “CARE’s Chef Under 30” che il Ristorante Torre sostiene con Norbert Niederkofler e Paolo Ferretti, entrambi promotori di “CARE’s - The Ethical Chef Days”. Info e prenotazioni: fondazioneprada.org/torre
#Milano at Fondazione Prada
In programma al Cinema della @FondazionePrada nel weekend del 16-18 novembre:
Venerdì 16 novembre per la serie “Soggettiva Theaster Gates“ due film selezionati dall’artista in occasione della sua mostra “The Black Image Corporation“ (fino al 14 gennaio 2019 all’Osservatorio), “Sweet Sweetback's Baadasssss Song“ (USA, 1971) di Melvin Van Peebles alle 19.30 e “Killer of Sheep“ (USA, 1977) di Charles Burnett alle 21.30.
Sabato 17 novembre per “Indagine” il nuovo film di Gaspar Noé, “CLIMAX“ (Francia, 2018) alle 18, 20 e 22. Il film, non ancora distribuito nelle sale italiane, sarà proiettato in esclusiva in versione originale francese con sottotitoli italiani.
Domenica 18 novembre per “Origine” due film in dialogo tra loro “Z” (Z, l'orgia del potere) (Francia, Algeria 1969) di Costa-Gavras alle 18.30 e “Vogliamo i colonnelli” (Italia, 1967) di Mario Monicelli alle 21.
Programma completo: fondazioneprada.org
#FondazionePrada #Cinema #Milano #GasparNoe
Video: CLIMAX (2018) un film di Gaspar Noé
In “(Untitled) Human Mask” a monkey wearing a mask, robe and wig roams a desolate human interior. Once used to serve at table in a restaurant in Fukushima, the animal is carried back by Pierre Huyghe (Paris, 1962) to the building ruined after the nuclear power plant catastrophe. To the curator’s mind, this gloomy, ambiguous representation creates a disturbing effect given that the monkey becomes very human in its attempt to recreate the place and movements it knows so well. It seems suffused by maladroitness and dejection, and the viewer is unable not to consider it a hybrid creature, part animal, part human. Although indirectly and poetically, the work offers a denunciation of the devastating impact of man on nature.
The video by Pierre Huyghe is part of the exhibition “Sanguine” on view at @FondazionePrada in Milan until 25 February 2019.
#FondazionePrada #Milano #LucTuymans #PierreHuyghe
Photo: Delfino Sisto Legnani and Marco Cappelletti at Fondazione Prada
Paolo Chiasera’s “Condensed Heidegger’s Hut” is a multifaceted work built around a life-size replica of Martin Heidegger’s cabin that was constructed on a vacant lot behind the artist’s Berlin gallery in September 2009. In a first phase of the project, the hut was burnt down, the resulting ashes used to produce a monochrome grey painting that conjures the fiery logic of the philosophy of transformation.
The artwork is on view in the exhibition “Machines à penser” at Fondazione Prada in Venice until 25 November.
More info: fondazioneprada.org
Video: Paolo Chiasera, “Condensed Heidegger’s Hut”, 2009
“The Boat is Leaking. The Captain Lied.” was a transmedia exhibition project, the result of an in-depth exchange between writer and filmmaker Alexander Kluge, artist Thomas Demand, stage and costume designer Anna Viebrock and curator Udo Kittelmann. The exhibition was held in 2017 at Fondazione Prada in Venice and included photographic and film works, as well as spatial settings and loans from private and public collections.
The catalogue of “The Boat is Leaking. The Captain Lied.” is available at @FondazionePrada’s online bookshop: fondazioneprada.org
Photo: Delfino Sisto Legnani and Marco Cappelletti
For @fondazioneprada Osservatorio, Theaster Gates has conceived a coral and participatory exhibition focused on the works of two photographers, as stated by Gates “for this show, I hope to tease out the creation of female iconic moments by Moneta Sleet Jr. and Isaac Sutton and also offer small forays into the lives of everyday people through never-before-seen images from the Johnson Collection”. “The Black Image Corporation”, an exhibition conceived by Theaster Gates, until 14 January 2019 at Fondazione Prada Osservatorio venue in Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, Milan.
#FondazionePradaOsservatorio #TheasterGates #JohnsonPublishingCompany #TheBlackImageCorporation
Video: Giulio Squillacciotti
@Prada presents “Storytelling”, a solo show by Chinese painter Liu Ye curated by Udo Kittelmann, with the support of @FondazionePrada. The exhibition project will show the work of Liu Ye through a selection of 30 paintings realized from 1992 onwards.
On view at #Prada Rong Zhai in #Shanghai from 10 November 2018 to 20 January 2019.
#FondazionePrada #LiuYe #RongZhai #UdoKittelmann
Photos: exhibition views of “Storytelling”, artist Liu Ye and curator Udo Kittelmann attending the opening event at Rong Zhai.
I film in programma per questo weekend al cinema della @FondazionePrada:
venerdì 9 novembre: Carmen Jones (19.30), The defiant ones (21.30)
sabato 10 novembre: BlacKkKlansman (17.30, 20 e 22.30), il nuovo film di Spike Lee in versione originale con sottotitoli italiani
domenica 11 novembre: Idi i smotri (Va' e vedi) (18), Voskhozhdenie (Ascensione) (21.30)
Programma completo: http://fondazioneprada.org
#FondazionePrada #Cinema #Milano
Photo: Carmen Jones (1954) Motion Picture © 1954 Carlyle Productions. Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. All rights reserved at Fondazione Prada
Designed by film director Wes Anderson, Bar Luce recreates the atmosphere of a typical Milanese cafè. Although his movies often favor symmetrical tableaux, Anderson feels that ‘there is no ideal angle for this space. It is for real life, and ought to have numerous good spots for eating, drinking, talking, reading, etc. While I do think it would make a pretty good movie set, I think it would be an even better place to write a movie. I tried to make it a bar I would want to spend my own non-fictional afternoons in.’
In keeping with the interior design, the seats, formica furniture, floor, veneered wood wall panels and the range of colors employed are reminiscent of Italian popular culture and aesthetics from the 1950s and 1960s, echoing artistic decisions Anderson made years earlier for his short film Castello Cavalcanti. Other iconographic sources have been equally inspirational, notably two masterpieces of Italian Neorealism, both set in Milan: Miracolo a Milano (Miracle in Milan, 1951, by Vittorio De Sica) and Rocco e i suoi fratelli (Rocco and His Brothers, 1960, by Luchino Visconti). At @fondazioneprada in Milan, Bar Luce opening times:
Monday / Wednesday / Thursday, 9 am – 8 pm
Friday / Saturday / Sunday, 9 am – 9 pm
Closed on Tuesdays.
#FondazionePrada #Milan #WesAnderson
Photo: Attilio Maranzano at Fondazione Prada
The exhibition “Sanguine. Luc Tuymans on Baroque” is accompanied by an illustrated book that includes a foreword by Fondazione’s presidents Miuccia Prada and Patrizio Bertelli, a preface by Luc Tuymans, a conversation between Tuymans and associate curator Mario Mainetti and essays by scholars Ken Pratt, Lucia Simonato and Éric Suchère.
The catalogue of “Sanguine. Luc Tuymans on Baroque” is available at @fondazioneprada's online bookshop: fondazioneprada.org
Photo: Delfino Sisto Legnani and Marco Cappelletti
“Sanguine. Luc Tuymans on Baroque” is a personal interpretation of the Baroque based on innovative juxtapositions and unexpected associations of works by contemporary artists and Old Masters. Avoiding a rigid chronological order or a strictly historiographical approach, the curator, artist Luc Tuymans, invites viewers to reconsider 17th century art, as well as the contemporary research, by placing artists and their role in society at the center of the exhibition narrative.
The exhibition is on view at Fondazione Prada in Milan until 25 February 2019.
Video by Jacopo Farina
Shooting and edit: Federico Circosta
The exhibition “The Spitzmaus Mummy in a Coffin and other Treasures” curated by film director Wes Anderson and writer and illustrator Juman Malouf will open to the public tomorrow, 6 November 2018 at @kunsthistorischesmuseumvienna in Vienna. The project, on view until 28 April 2019, is a collaboration between the museum and @fondazioneprada. The exhibition will be presented at @fondazioneprada in Milan in autumn 2019.
Anderson and Malouf have assembled more than 400 objects drawn from the museum’s historical collections. More than 350 of the exhibited objects have been brought from the museum’s storage, with many of them on public display for the very first time. As stated by Wes Anderson, “While Juman Malouf and I can take no credit for the conception and creation of any of the works of art included in this exhibition, we do harbor the humble aspiration that the unconventional groupings and arrangement of the works on display may influence the study of art and antiquity in minor, even trivial, but nevertheless detectable ways for many future generations to come.” #spitzmausmummyinacoffin #kunsthistorischesmuseum
Wes Anderson & Juman Malouf © KHM-Museumsverband
Photo: Rafaela Proell
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