Claudio Cintoli – Luigi Di Sarro – Ettore Innocente
curated by Carlotta Sylos Calò
20 October – 18 November 2016
In 60’s and 70’s the aesthetic operation ‘opens up’ to involve space, environment and the tissue of history and relationships where it was born, breaking the borders of the visual and becoming experience. Oggetti/Objects – produced and hosted by Centro Luigi Di Sarro (20 October – 18 November 2016) and curated by Carlotta Sylos Calò – shows works by Claudio Cintoli (1935-1978), Luigi Di Sarro (1941-1979) and Ettore Innocente (1934-1987), similar to abstractions, tools, systems and drawings. The exhibition offers a reading of the wide topic of the object (understood as a matrix, model or schema) in the imaginative dimension of 70’s in Italy, marked by a tendency to design that combines utopia and practice.
Claudio Cintoli, Cucchiai del firmamento, 1968; Luigi Di Sarro, Senza titolo, 1969; Ettore Innocente, Dove gira l’infinito, 1976
The event is linked with the Festival of the Seventies (in October 2016, various locations), promoted by the Catholic University of Milan, University of Parma and La Sapienza University of Rome, in conjunction with the International Conference Arte fuori dall’arte (by Cristina Casero, Elena Di Raddo, Francesca Gallo), on 12th and 13th October, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milan