April 18 th - 23 rd 2023 09:30 - 18:30 (CEST)

Seven exhibition spaces will be created along the entire exhibition path of the four Euroluce pavilions, making up a widespread installation, made up of different forms brought together by a unitary language, fragments of architecture that will host designs, photographs, paintings, video installations, single works or families of objects. Each work will be accompanied by a critical comment written by different authors, some of the newest and most authoritative contemporary critics. For this project, Formafantasma has devised a modular display system made from wood and paper. Despite their different configurations, the structures all feature the repetition of a frame encompassing the paper. The studio’s intention was to come up with a “light” display system, reusable and suitable for recycling at end of life. The materials are all easily disassembled and paint has been deliberately eschewed in order to leave the materials and joints visible. The design of the configurations is geared to providing spaces suitable for showcasing the works whilst also creating places where visitors can rest and relax.


Curated by Beppe Finessi
Installation by Formafantasma
Pavillion 9-11, 13-15



Andrea Bowers 
Chandeliers of Interconnectedness (The world is so beautiful even as it burns; Quote used by permission of Terry Tempest Williams) 
“The world is so beautiful even as it burns”, copyright © 2019 by Terry Tempest Williams, from the book EROSION: ESSAYS OF UNDOING, published by Farrar, Straus and Giroux. Used by permission of Brandt & Hochman Literary Agents, Inc. Courtesy of the artist and kaufmann repetto Milan / New York 
Photo: Andrea Rossetti