About the exhibition
Korean sculptor and designer Kim SeungHwan’s first major solo exhibition in a Milanese museum finds a home in the Museo Messina, an extraordinary art venue not well known even to the Milanese.
The exhibition is conceived as an encounter between two great masters of sculpture: the Korean artist’s works are located in the former church of San Sisto, in an ideal dialogue with the Sicilian sculptor’s bronzes, waxes and terracottas. The 15 steel sculptures in the “Organism” section are dominated by a fluidity that challenges the fragile relationship between solids and voids, while the terracotta works in the “Eternality” series reveal all the emotional charge of the material.
Tickets and Information
Access is free of charge.
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