“Borderline Geographies” — the practice of returning to the chaos of the soul in time of complexity.
28 May/5 June 2016 – Villa Pecori Giraldi – Museum Chini Borgo San Lorenzo – opening Saturday 28 may at 16.30 curated by Massimo Innocenti and Angelo Minisci with Tannaz Laiji, Paolo Barboni and Paola Margheri.
More than sixty artists involved from various Nations, a large collective that works belonging to different disciplines (painting, sculpture, photography, fashion, videos, installations of design) to explore concrete and abstract geographies through artistic expression: the “Borderline Geographies, which is the practice of returning to the chaos of the soul in time of complexity“.
Opening May 28, 2016 in Borgo San Lorenzo, at the Villa Pecori Giraldi, as part of the celebrations of the 15th anniversary of LABA in Florence with the patronage of the Tuscany Region and Borgo San Lorenzo municipality.
The show sees the two teachers as curators LABA, Massimo Innocenti, painter, and Angelo Minisci, designer and the collaboration of Tannaz Lahiji, painter and artist Paola Margheri.
A great event that hosts various expressive languages with the participation of artists from different nationalities, but they all have in common a link with the Libera Accademia di Belle Arti of Florence, both to be among his students, both for participating in various ways to the many activities of the Institute.