1 Nov-3 March. Sculptor Antonio Fraddosio presents a site-specific installation described as an "anti-rhetorical monument" to the employees at Italy's controversial ILVA steel plant and the city of Taranto. The ten large works, comprising twisted steel plates, recall the protective suits worn by ILVA workers, and are on display in the cloister-garden of Rome's modern art collection on Via Crispi.
Address Via Francesco Crispi, 24, 00187 Roma RM, Italy
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Antonio Fraddosio: Le tute e l'acciaio
Via Francesco Crispi, 24, 00187 Roma RM, Italy
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