Marion Baruch and Alessandro Teoldi

Viasaterna presents a new exhibition project that for the first time creates a dialogue between the work of two artists: the radical figure of Marion Baruch (Romania, 1929), active ever since the end of the 1960s in Italy and France, and the young, emerging artist Alessandro Teoldi (Italy, 1987), who has been resident in the US for many years and here is staging his first solo show in Italy.

With a view to recounting to a choral tale made up of assonances and dissonances, of surprises and unexpected revelations, the artists have been called upon to lead a multi-voice dialogue, one both intuitive and at the same time as complex as the weaves of the fabrics that they both use and the consumption that they both undergo.

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