Erling Kagge: WALKING. Movements North of Bolzano

2020
Italian / German / English
144 pages
Softcover, 21 × 27 cm
ISBN 978-88-6749-442-2
€ 27 / $ 30

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Edited by Erling Kagge and Museion
Texts by Diana Baldon, Matias Faldbakken, Erling Kagge, Andreas Hapkemeyer, Letizia Ragaglia, Thilo Wermke

“Feet are capable of understanding and thinking things even before the head grasps them. So, in this sense, we can receive answers to questions we aren’t aware of having asked.”—Erling Kagge

Erling Kagge, the world-renowned Norwegian explorer and art collector, attributes particular importance to the walks that took him first toward and then away from the artworks he wanted and was eager to own. The intersection of walking and collecting guides WALKING. Movements North of Bolzano, an exhibition organized by Museion and curated by the collector. The publication that accompanies it emerges from an expository journey that, following an allegory of hiking, carries readers from Oslo to Bolzano. Stops along the way at different thematic stations, each one focused on a specific genre, artistic medium, or subject, reveal the unique attitude that the two walkers—Erling Kagge and Museion—share.

Erling Kagge: WALKING. Movements North of Bolzano

27.00

27.00Add to cart

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“Feet are capable of understanding and thinking things even before the head grasps them. So, in this sense, we can receive answers to questions we aren’t aware of having asked.”—Erling Kagge

Erling Kagge, the world-renowned Norwegian explorer and art collector, attributes particular importance to the walks that took him first toward and then away from the artworks he wanted and was eager to own. The intersection of walking and collecting guides WALKING. Movements North of Bolzano, an exhibition organized by Museion and curated by the collector. The publication that accompanies it emerges from an expository journey that, following an allegory of hiking, carries readers from Oslo to Bolzano. Stops along the way at different thematic stations, each one focused on a specific genre, artistic medium, or subject, reveal the unique attitude that the two walkers—Erling Kagge and Museion—share.