Italian in Russia! In the Moscow Museum of modern art octrees exhibition of Italian artist Josette Laughlin. Fioroni “the 60s in Rome.”
Fioroni sought inspiration in the post-war Roman atmosphere. Enlightened Russian viewer will be able to notice some Parallels with the films of Antonioni, Pasolini, Fellini and Bertolucci, and Italian neorealism. The artist stood at the origins of one of the styles of modern art, which was later called Pop Art Roman. It combines the Italian and American traditions. Fioroni, incidentally, was also one of the founders of the installations.
Stars, journalists and lovers of modern art were able to appreciate the works in the style of abstractionism and pop art, but also to enjoy an unusual performance “Optical eye”, which is not demonstrated to the public with the 60-ies of the last century. The audience could feel like a spy, looking into someone else’s life, or to imagine that they are spying on themselves.
To plunge into the atmosphere of Italian art could Angelica Timonina, Xenia Knyazev, Artem Korolev, Polina Askeri, and others.
The exhibition “the 60s in Rome” is open from 6 September to 22 October in MMOMA at Petrovka 25.
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