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past exhibitions - milano

Franco Albini, Kris Ruhs, Rei Kawakubo Tre voci - Franco Albini, Rei Kawakubo, Kris Ruhs

20th april 1993 - 21st may 1993

Three artists, who share a profound desire to create architecture and to sculpture objects in which matter rediscovers the origins of inspiration.

Franco Albini – from silence to rationalist architecture
Designs, unique pieces, pieces under construction.

Paulownia: Rei Kawakubo – from global purism to the functionality of image
Seven chairs made of Paulownia – white, light, natural. The chairs are made of Paulownia vines and are treated with reddish clay powder that uncovers the subtle graininess of the wood surface.

Kris Ruhs – from solitude to the spirituality of the object
Art for everyday life – a curtain, a wall, a chair.

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