30 April 2013
Cesare Colombo is Milan’s (critical) eye. The city, the industry, but above all the human landscape, that set of relations which defines the sense of space by animating it with intentions. Giovanni Hänninen—an aerospace engineer—focuses on architecture and city planning, using photography instead of writing. Both cover a long span of history: a tale of presences and absences, tensions and reconciliations, illusions and disillusions. Colombo, with 50 years of images from everyday life. Hänninen, documenting what we expected to happen and has not happened (yet). In the background, rather than hogging the limelight, is Milan: city for two, city of many, theater of a feeling of hope, anxiety, expectation.
Cesare Colombo e Giovanni Hänninen, Una città per due
Galleria Bel Vedere
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