exhibitions and events
Joan Fontcuberta, public art and ceramics
A permanent public artwork, the first made on big ceramic slabs, that takes art to Reggio Emilia onto the street, outdoors, to enable everyone to access it: it is a ceramic photo-mosaic, 16 metres high and 6 metres wide, in which twelve thousand photographs sent in by members of the public in a single large image.
Metamorfuoco and the allegory of mankind’s powerlessness
Simon Starling’s installation places the cycle of paintings by Tintoretto alongside woodcuts and contemporary works, to stimulate reflection about the effects of climate change. The special floor made by Marazzi to the artist’s design is an integral part of the work.