Exhibition & Event
One night hosted by Felix Burrichter, Juan Garcia Mosqueda and Matylda Krzykowski at the former residence of Lucio Fontana during Salone del Mobile Milano, Italy.
Matylda Krzykowski curated a temporary environment consisting of some in-build custom made furniture and neon lights by Lucio Fontana and contemporary work by Ilaria Bianchi, Andrea Sala, Davide Groppi, Johanna Grawunder, Lorenzo Vitturi, Parasite 2.0, Stefano Galuzzi, and Valentina Cameranesi Sgroi.
Thank you Francesca Cefis, Cameranesi Pompili and Natalia Troja for support. Photography by Delfino Sisto Legnani.
‘On the top floor of an inconspicuous 1950s apartment building, on an unassuming street just off the bustling Piazzale Loreto — northeastern Milan’s answer to Picadilly Circus is the former one of the 20th century’s most iconic artists: Lucio Fontana, who lived here with his fashion designer – wife Teresita Rasini, from the early 1950s until his – the founder of Spatialism, which sought to – distil color, form, space, movement, and sound into – a new breed of postwar art.’ PIN-UP #23