Milan, November 20th. While the world is struggling to cope with the virus, Galleria
Consadori is still pursuing its own (crazy?) optimistic dream and announces an art and
design exhibition focused on a newfound return to “normal”. Room landscape paintings, still natures, micro-stories to start over again by imaging a possible future. “A Year of Living Dangerously” is a display of objects, paintings and pictures portraying the landscape swinging between the infinitely small and the infinitely large.
All this, by rediscovering nineteenth-century values in-between Veduta and Realism through a modern gaze, by remixing the “-isms” whether with Posts or Neos, by following an artistic-literary path shifting from “A Journey around My Room” and “A Room of One’s Own”.