exhibition

Vernissage Espressioni di Gio Ponti by Ilaria Defilippo

Tonight I went to the vernissage of the exhibition "Espressioni di Gio Ponti" at Triennale. Here some shots of the event; an analysis of the exhibition will follow soon!

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Espressioni di Gio Ponti

Triennale, Milano IT

6 May 2011 – 24 July 2011

exhibition design by Studio Cerri & Associati (Pieluigi Cerri + Alessandro Colombo)

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vernissage La fabbrica dei sogni | TDM 4 by Ilaria Defilippo

Tonight I visited the 4th edition of Triennale Design Museum, dedicated this year to Italian factories and to Salone anniversary. Here you can find some shots of the vernissage; I promise to re-visit the museum in short time to analyse it better.

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La Fabbrica dei Sogni | Dream Factories

Triennale Design Museum c/o Triennale, Milano IT

5 April 2011 – 26 February 2012

exhibition and graphic design by Martí Guixé

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The Photography of Aldo and Marirosa Ballo by Ilaria Defilippo

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In the second half of the 20th century, Italian design attained worldwide recognition. The Milanese photographers Aldo Ballo and Marirosa Toscani Ballo played a considerable part in this success and their images have influenced our perception of Italian Design. Presenting outstanding objects together with the photographic interpretations of the Ballos, the exhibition formulates this story as a discourse about empathy and interpretation, and about the signs of the times and their transmission into the future – from Albini, Aulenti, Bellini and Castiglioni to Colombo, Mendini, Pesce and Ponti, to Sarfatti, Sottsass und Superstudio.

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Zoom. Italian Design and the Photography of Aldo and Marirosa Ballo

Vitra Design Museum, Weil am Rhein D

26 March 2011 – 3 October 2011

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Voyage en capitale | Louis Vuitton & Paris by Ilaria Defilippo

«The priority for this scenography was above all to showcase the beauty and rarity of the pieces exhibited. I thus created a light, all-white, transparent setting for them, to accompany Paris and Louis Vuitton's parallel histories. The itinerary of discovery is punctuated with glimpses into history and memorable events, which accompany us on a journey through the centuries that offers the visitor a highly graphic experience. We enter the exhibition through a Vuitton trunk, then pass under a giant Monogram flower; we find ourselves on a cruise liner in 1920 and revisit Eiffel Tower as if we were the first visitor..»

Jean-Marc Gady, exhibition scenographer

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Voyage en capitale | Louis Vuitton & Paris

Musée Carnavalet, Paris FR

13 October 2010 – 27 February 2011

exhibition design by Jean-Marc Gady JEANMARCGADYdesignstudio

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