Exhibition: “Heimat. A Sense of Belonging”, at Armani/Silos

Alessandra Carlsson, Beri Smither, Harue Miyamoto Beauduc 1989. Photo by Peter Lindbergh. Emporio Armani Magazine #10
Alessandra Carlsson, Beri Smither, Harue Miyamoto Beauduc 1989. Photo by Peter Lindbergh. Emporio Armani Magazine #10

Date

22 Feb, 2020 - 31 Lug, 2021


Time

11:00 am - 7:00 pm

Location


About the exhibition

The spaces of Armani/Silos pay tribute to the work and artistic production of the recently departed photographer Peter Lindbergh with the exhibition “Heimat. A Sense of Belonging”. Inaugurated in contemporary with Milano Fashion Week Women’s held in February 2020, the exhibition is focused on fashion and features a selection of images that have never been displayed before, highlighting the photographer’s unique vision and his iconic style.

The exhibition revolves around three sections – The Naked Truth, Heimat and The Modern Heroine – to create an itinerary expressing
the complexity and immediacy of Lindbergh’s work, highlighting the affinities between Giorgio Armani and Peter Lindbergh. Both the designer and the photographer share, in both art and life, the appreciation for truth and the search for honesty.

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Tickets and Information

Open Wed and Sun 11am-7pm and Thurs-Sat 11am-9pm.

Access by reservation only at weekends and on public holidays

Full ticket: 12 euro

For additional information please visit www.armanisilos.com

Armani/Silos
via Bergognone, 40
M2 (green line) Porta Genova F.S

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