A comparison with the works of Vincenzo Agnetti, reinterpreted by four young artists in light of the cultural necessities of today, takes shape in the spaces of the Archivio Agnetti in an exhibition that inaugurates the new series entitled Andata e Ritorno. The itinerary is entitled Space/Territory. Four Artists: A Dialogue with Vincenzo Agnetti is focused on space, starting with the concepts developed by the Milanese artist, firstly the dichotomy of space/territory. Sergio Limonta, Filippo Manzini, Cesare Pietroiusti and Luca Vitone each display a work in relation to one or more pieces by the master. While Limonta sets his flattened flags up against those of the artist in a definition of geo-political space, Filippo Manzini offers his photos in black and white and colour which immortalise him in urban spaces with his metallic bars like ephemeral sculptures. Taking on institutional space, Corfine, are the works of Cesare Pietroiusti, while Luca Vitone brings his works dedicated to the Rom community, the nomadic population opposed to every idea of territoriality, one of the central concepts of Agnetti’s explorations with his felts, graphics and axioms on the subject.
A journey through time, both real and virtual, takes shape in the public park of Porta Venezia, thanks to a spectacular immersive experience dedicated to Planet Earth.