Carlo Mollino
Mollino/Insides
Oct 4, 2020 – Jul 4, 2021
Collezione Maramotti
Reggio Emilia, Italy

Collezione Maramotti in collaboration with Museo Casa Mollino presents Mollino/Insides, an exhibition that brings together paintings by Enoc Perez and photographs by Brigitte Schindler and Carlo Mollino.

The show will begin with glimpses of Mollino’s last, mysterious residence in Via Napione, Turin – now a museum – as transformed by Perez’s brush and Schindler’s lens, and end with Mollino’s own photographs of models, which blur into the enigmatic essence of the imaginary they inhabit.

Since the late 1990s, NYC-based Puerto Rican artist Enoc Perez has been investigating iconic buildings of the twentieth century and the role they have taken on in the popular imagination, as social metaphors of fascination and beauty. But at the same time, what seems to float up out of his paint is the ghostly substance of images: symbols that time has transfigured and transported into a vaguer, even dream-like dimension. Collezione Maramotti already holds several works by this artist, including a diptych of Casa Malaparte made for a temporary exhibition in 2008 and now on permanent display.

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