“This series of fractured tiles wants to pay a tribute to some of the most important architects and designers such as Luigi Caccia Dominioni, Giò Ponti, Patricia Urquiola and Hella Jongerius, who taught us beauty through the concept of “living”, key in my artistic expression”
For the first time Milan hosts a biennale of Arts: BienNoLo. The selected location will be in the heart of NoLo, the area North of Loreto square, in the ex industrial space Giovanni Cova, famous for its panettone, the renown Italian dessert.
During the last weekend of the exhibition, on 24-25-26 May, when Cova shuts down, its public will have the opportunity to discover the artistic Habitat of NoLo, visiting the spaces of the artists who gravitate in the area: their homes, atelier, boxes, courtyards, gardens, and art galleries.
Among the artists called to participate is Graziano Locatelli. The artist will be in the garden of nr. 4 of via Fratelli Pozzi, between 7 pm and 9 pm, to show its works and his very original technique of breaking and reassembling ceramic. The public will be able to watch the artist while he assembles one of his last creations.
The space is a 1920’s villa in Liberty style with a charming garden along the Martesana Canal.
It was originally the home of an Austrian family, who also owned the fragrances and essences lab in the neighboring building.