The Czech Fundamental exhibition is now in Italy with his shots able to touch the strings of the soul also of the non-experts.
Over 170 works, 43 photographers, for an analysis of the soul that considers, using the Czech photography, the 20th century. A constant clash between scream and geography, chasing vain utopias to
placate the anxiety, to find a place where to reconstruct an “self” fragmented, to recognize the subjectivity of the individual. A sense of loneliness and inadequacy that is one of the themes
characteristic of the Kafkaesque poetic; a common thread reinterpreted through various artistic practices.
Three sections, for an exhibition double-locked, that ranges from prints of the twenties until the nineties, in an itinerary that communicates with the viewer between new and historical aspects; from
the early avant-garde movements of the 20s it leads to contemporary artists whose works embody an experimental approach of the photographic medium.
Until July 19, 2015
Museum of Rome in Trastevere
From Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 to 20:00; the ticket office closes at 19.00; closed Monday
Admission € 7.50 for residents in Rome, € 8.50 for non-residents
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