2 March-1 July. Known as the "invisible man", Liu Bolin has achieved international renown for camouflaging himself with paint in order to blend in with famous landmarks. Remaining motionless as a living sculpture, the Chinese artist incorporates elements of performance, painting and photography to "disappear" into the background. The Vittoriano exhibition features a series of images created by Bolin last year at the Colosseum and the Royal Palace of Caserta, presented for the first time in Rome, alongside 70 photographs taken over the last decade.
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Liu Bolin: The Invisible Man
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