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“LOVE”, contemporary art exhibition

“LOVE”, contemporary art exhibition
“LOVE”, contemporary art exhibition
Heavily experiential language works in an ecceptional exhibition space
“LOVE”, contemporary art exhibition
“LOVE”, contemporary art exhibition | Heavily experiential language works in an ecceptional exhibition space

Yayoi Kusama, Tom Wesselmann, Andy Warhol, Robert Indiana, Gilbert & George, Francesco Vezzoli, Tracey Emin, Marc Quinn, Francesco Clemente and Joana Vasconcelos in LOVE. Contemporary art meets love, on display in Rome at the Chiostro del Bramante until February 19.
Installations, video installations, sculptures, paintings, sound suggestions, stage performances in a path that wants to be an immersive and sensory experience on the most analyzed, decanted, chased concept in history: Love.
A love declined in all its forms: happy, waiting, misunderstood, hated, ambiguous, transgressive, childish, that these artists interpret according to their sensitivity and their modes of expression.
The real star of the show is the audience that reclaims the exhibition spaces, becoming observer and adviser at the same time, having the opportunity to photograph freely all the works exhibited.
An exhibition that is a candidate to bring the city of Rome at the same level of the most respected international exhibition realities and that the visitor will experience from a choice of 5 "different" audio partners, who will accompany him on this emotional journey with 5 different experiences.
The route begins with the work Love, a square of letters that Robert Indiana has traced at the beginning of the sixties and since then continues to be a strong and distinctive iconic image that has something to say and invades the space  Yayoi Kusama with her All the Eternal Love I Have for the Pumpkins proposes hallucinatory landscapes of pumpkins that return the mystery of mental atmospheres; Marc Quinn in Thor in Nenga explores through colorful bouquets the intense beauty of a love that keeps the tragedy but it is perhaps, by far, the image of Marilyn Monroe by Andy Warhol to represent, with more solid suggestion, the complex emotional love jam.

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Yayoi Kusama in All the Eternal Love I Have for thePumpkins
Tracey Emin in My Forgotten Heart