Michelangelo Pistoletto — Année 1, le paradis sur terre
Année 1, le paradis sur terre
Past: April 25 → September 2, 2013Michelangelo Pistoletto au Louvre En guise de contrepoint contemporain, trois départements du Louvre accueillent l’artiste contemporain italien Michelangelo Pistolet... Critique
Titled Year 1: Earthly Paradise, the exhibition marks the transition into the new era of human, social, and cultural metamorphosis that was celebrated the world over.
The exhibition embodies three different time frames: the past, in the context of a retrospective; the present seen in the mirror works reflecting the visitors; and the future in a great obelisk topped with a triple loop, a symbol of this ongoing revolution. Thus the sign of the “third paradise” adorns the pyramid. The artist’s historical works echo the Italian paintings and the Roman and Greek statues, while other more recent pieces — mirrors and installations — lead the visitor from the Salle des Sept Cheminées to the Cour Marly, via the medieval section of the Louvre.
Spirituality, figuration, the breaking down of boundaries between the arts, social solidarity, and the merging of life and art: these are the themes permeating the thinking of Michelangelo Pistoletto, the founder of Cittadellarte.
The Louvre is presenting a large-scale exhibition of the work of Italian artist Michelangelo Pistoletto, accompanied by a program of encounters, theater performances and activities for the public in the Tuileries Gardens and elsewhere. Organized by: Marie-Laure Bernadac, assisted by Pauline Guélaud.
Palais royal, musée du Louvre
Every day except Tuesday, 9 AM – 6 PM
Late night on Wednesday, Friday until 9:30 PM
Lundi, jeudi, samedi, dimanche : fermeture des salles à partir de 17h30
Full rate €15.00
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