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Kiefer Untold - Large New Canvases for Seven Celestial Buildings

Milano - Hangar Bicocca

From 25 September at the Hangar Bicocca of Milan, a contemporary art centre supported by Pirelli, the German artist Anselm Kiefer will show five large new paintings of large, made between 2009 and 2013. In addition to the permanent exhibition, the "Seven heavenly palaces", produced between 2004 and 2015 for the Lia Rumma Gallery, towers which the public can walk around and which are designed as a dialogue between painting and sculpture within a single work:, the new installation of giant canvases explores new visions that trace the essence of Kiefer’s creative and conceptual gesture in constant connection between man, nature and references to the history of Western thought and philosophy.

Located in the space of the aisles, the new additions are curated by Vicente Todolí. Born in Donaueschingen, Germany, in 1945, Anselm Kiefer lives and works in Paris. His works are currently present in major museums and important private collections.

In 2007, three of his works became part of the collections of the Louvre.

Opening hours: Wednesday, 11-16, Thursday-Sunday, 11-23, closed Monday and Tuesday.

More info: www.hangarbicocca.org.

About Gugliemo Greco Piccolo

Art director, corporate reviewer and cultural connector, for a number of years working in the field of corporate image, brand design and cultural communication events; cultural informer and visual art reviewer, particularly expert in the movements and the evolution of comic books as an art form with a strong social impact, over the last 30 years, in Europe and throughout the world; possesses an impressive private collection of regular series, graphic novels, special issues and cutting-edge comic magazines and American International. For Tablet 2.0 he is technical coordinator for the UK.

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