The Blueproject Foundation presents "Little is left to tell (Calvino after Calvino)," the new group exhibition of the Blueproject Foundation which can be seen in Il Salotto from June 12th to October 31st 2015. The exhibition brings together twelve works, grouped by pairs, which analyze on each of the predictions that the writer Italo Calvino held in his posthumous book Six Memos for the Next Millennium (published in 1985): visibility, quickness, lightness, exactitude, multiplicity and consistency.
Curated by Aurélien Le Genissel and Renato Della Poeta, the exhibition includes works by artists like Sophie Calle, Xavier Veilhan, Elmgreen & Dragset, Dora García, Gianni Motti, Laurent Grasso, Ignasi Aballí, Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, Michael Sailstorfer, Ryan McGinley, Daniel Firman or Sam Taylor-Wood. One way to pay tribute to the writer when the 30th anniversary of his death and 15th of the new millennium.
Source: Blueproject Foundation.