A bride is walking down the aisle toward her beloved on their wedding day.
Stained glass, string quartet: Everything is perfect.
Opening: January 29, 2016, 7pm MUSEION of modern and contemporary art Bolzano Piazza Piero Siena 1 39100 Bolzano Italy / Facebook Sculpture exhibition curated by Letizia Ragaglia January 30–May 16, 2016 Exhibition of the Museion collection curated by Francesco Vezzoli January 30–November 6, 2016 Museion’s 2016 programme opens with an exceptional double exhibition.
Francesco Vezzoli is curating an exhibition of the Museion collection as guest curator, and presenting, as an artist, the first retrospective of his sculptural work.
Entitled Museo Museion, the double show is set to take over the whole of the Bolzano venue.
It opens with an imposing wallpaper based on a painting by Giovanni Paolo Pannini, which immerses the ground floor of Museion in the atmosphere of an eighteenth-century picture gallery.
Most of us have a dominant, or "brightest," color and are influenced, or "shaded," by the other three colors.
Harris was already a popular speaker at conferences for Christian home-schoolers and had started his own magazine, but the book’s influence quickly outpaced its modest built-in audience—it has sold more than 1.2 million copies to date. You weren’t just not having sex, you were adopting “a revolutionary pattern of living” that would make you both a better Christian and, someday, a better spouse.From embroidering masterpieces of abstract art to the more recent historical polychrome sculptures of Teatro Romano (Mo MA PS1, New York 2015), Vezzoli has always forged a meaningful yet irreverent dialogue with the past—be it ancient history, or the history of film, images, or power.An anarchist at heart, Vezzoli skillfully subverts entrenched value systems by using rhetorical devices such as antithesis and hyperbole, and sparking semantic and temporal shifts.And it argued that any kind of physical intimacy before marriage was a violation of the sacredness of married sexuality, and could lead to lifelong regret.became a phenomenon in conservative Christian circles.