Ogni cosa a suo tempo / All in Good Time (vol. I)

120 pages
English/Italian
23 x 15 cm
ISBN 9788896501856
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Stefano Raimondi, Paola Tognon, and Mauro Zanchi, eds.
Texts by Barbara Morosini, Eleonora Quadri, Stefano Raimondi, Paola Tognon, Mauro Zanchi.

“All in good time, a time for every purpose under heaven” recites the son of David in Ecclesiastes. This phrase sustains and permeates the cycle of double solo shows held in the most impenetrable zones of the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore in Bergamo – the matronaea and the hoist room – in 2011, creating a short circuit between different types of time and triggering what Mauro Zanchi correctly identifies as a succession of past-present coexistences.

The catalogue of Ogni cosa a suo tempo / All in a Good Time contains contributions by the curators Stefano Raimondi, Paola Tognon and Mauro Zanchi, as well as those who were involved in the installation of this evocative coexistence between the works of Adrian Paci and Andrea Kvas, Daniel Knorr and Riccardo Beretta, David Adamo and Ettore Favini, and the old religious building that was begun in the 12th century. In the interviews and texts the artists and curators illustrate and explain the interaction and the choice of the works for this particular context, the challenge of the exhibit design and the response of the audience.

Ogni cosa a suo tempo / All in Good Time (vol. I)

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“All in good time, a time for every purpose under heaven” recites the son of David in Ecclesiastes. This phrase sustains and permeates the cycle of double solo shows held in the most impenetrable zones of the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore in Bergamo – the matronaea and the hoist room – in 2011, creating a short circuit between different types of time and triggering what Mauro Zanchi correctly identifies as a succession of past-present coexistences.

The catalogue of Ogni cosa a suo tempo / All in a Good Time contains contributions by the curators Stefano Raimondi, Paola Tognon and Mauro Zanchi, as well as those who were involved in the installation of this evocative coexistence between the works of Adrian Paci and Andrea Kvas, Daniel Knorr and Riccardo Beretta, David Adamo and Ettore Favini, and the old religious building that was begun in the 12th century. In the interviews and texts the artists and curators illustrate and explain the interaction and the choice of the works for this particular context, the challenge of the exhibit design and the response of the audience.

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