At the Ca ’Rezzonico, Museo del Settecento Veneziano you can visit the exhibition Il bello inverso by Flavio Favelli, inaugurated on May 9th last and still visible for a short time.
Within its large halls, the palace hosts, in fact, the site-specific works of the artist who wanted to participate with 15 unpublished installations, to the MUVE Contemporary project. Quoting the words of Flavio Favelli, Il bello inverso is “that is backward, opposite”, it is “a beauty thought that is my imagination, something that is not easy to expose in a place and in a city that is the Art for par excellence. ” For him, Venice has always been a symbol of art and culture, but above all a source of great inspiration.
His projects do not focus solely on evoking the history of art but also take costumes, communication and advertising into consideration. For this reason, Il bello inverso sees different works as protagonists, linked to the combination of materials, images and textures. Wooden platforms, advertising lightboxes, iron gratings, recomposed furniture and signs and abstract statues: concepts and meanings expressed through the juxtaposition of different objects and shapes, which evoke a discrete image from the original, leading the visitor to reflect on a new complexity.
Il bello inverso is an original and unusual exhibition, an event that often has the opportunity to participate; the project will remain on display until September 15th so, if you haven’t gone yet, hurry up, there are only a few days left to close!
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