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.:. art / giants in the dark **
revamped from September 24, 2015
Thu-Sun 10am-10pm

slideshow .:. The seven huge towers devised and mounted at the Hangar Bicocca in 2004 by German artist Anselm Kiefer are now - starting from late September 2015 - accompanied by five new large canvases by the same artist. The imposing ex-industrial structure, renovated by Milanese architect Vittorio Gregotti for the Milanese tyre manufacturer Pirelli (the world’s fifth-largest), unveis a world which is both sacred and profane, heavenly and cabalistic, dark and dazzling.
.:. Beyond their magic, technically speaking the seven towers are made of reinforced concrete and lead, decorated with varying shades of color, lettering, bits of paper and other intriguing elements.
.:. The Hangar always hosts more exhibitions. Look at their good website.


http://www.hangarbicocca.it/
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The Seven Heavenly Palaces
Event Hangar Bicocca
Via Chiese 2
Bicocca district
nearest subway stationPonale
Point of Interest map

entrance free
[+39] 02 66111573


 
 

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