Galleria Paolo Vitolo

Marco Formento and Ivano Sossella work as a team. Part of this exhibition, entitled “Supplemento/Due Montagne” (Supplement/two mountains), consisted of a catalogue, made up of eight folders, all with the same image (of mountains) on the outside, and containing different images and texts inside. Four folders held texts by Angela Vettese that examined specific works by the artists; the other four, organized by various specialists, addressed opera, underwater fishing, design, and Sherlock Holmes. The exhibition was also divided in half. One side of the space contained objects (for the most part, tents and posters) that the artists, on other occasions, had presented as their work; these were piled into two heaps. The other side of the space existed almost as a separate exhibition and contained cassettes of opera, books by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, and other objects related to the four nonart

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