2 Feb-29 April. The French Academy at Villa Medici hosts an exhibition entitled Le numerose irregolarità (The numerous irregularities) featuring the work of Italian artist Tatiana Trouvé, who creates sculptures, drawings, and installations, and German artist Katharina Grosse, known for her brightly-coloured blend of painting and land art.
Although their techniques and materials differ radically, the artists have collaborated to create an installation that interacts with the spaces and history of Villa Medici, including Grosse's coloured branches from the recently felled pine trees planted by Ingres in the early 19th century.
Photo Alessandro Vasari
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Villa Medici: Le numerose irregolarità
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