IN ACCORDANCE WITH LOCAL REGULATIONS, THE MUSEUM IS CLOSED UNTIL NOVEMBER 24 ,2020. THE EXHIBITION WILL BE DIGITALLY VISITABLE THROUGH THE ONLINE CAMPAIGN #STILLMOVING.
Within the digital campaign #stillmoving the Foundation will be sharing content regarding the life and work of Robert Breer every week, starting next Monday. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook and explore how the artworks keep moving until it will be possible to visit the exhibition in person again. The show will be running until June 6, 2021.
Please note that the moving sculptures on view within the exhibition are active only from 5 to 7 PM on Fridays and from 10.30 AM to 12.30 PM and 3 to 5 PM on Saturdays.
From September 12, 2020, to June 5, 2021, the Antonio Dalle Nogare Foundation presents the first major solo exhibition of Robert Breer (Detroit, USA, 1926 – Tucson, USA, 2011) in Italy.
A pioneer in animation techniques, Breer was one of the founders of the American avant-garde and is considered today one of the most innovative authors in experimental cinema. Breer’s entire ouvre is a reflection on the possibility of capturing time, blurring the boundaries between abstract and figurative, movement and stillness, object and subject.
Through a selection of more than seventy works, the exhibition retraces sixty years of the artist’s career: from his first research in the field of abstract painting and neo-plasticism, through his experiments with the moving image and a completely unconventional form of animation, to the Floats, the well-known mobile sculptures, real evolutions in the three-dimensional space of abstract and anti-narrative forms that characterize the artist’s pictorial and cinematographic research.