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UniCredit STUDIO Milano Presents Carte Blanche #5

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    September 2011
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    December 2011
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Fashion in Biella Newsreel 2010

Fashion in Biella Newsreel 2010 is the fifth installment of the Carte Blanche exhibition series that will open on Thursday, September 22. The show will run from September 23 to December 30 in the UniCredit STUDIO Milano exhibition space of the UniCredit Piazza Cordusio branch.

 

On display will be photographs and a video by Serbian artist Aleksandrija Ajduković that capture the life, sentiments and style of people from Biella, Italy. The project offers an interesting insight that stems from fashion and reveals something about the individual and the nature of their public presentation. It also spotlights Italian fashion culture from an outsider's perspective.

 

Additionally, the catalogue that Ajduković designed for the exhibition is an artistic work in and of itself.

 

The UniCredit STUDIO exhibition spaces showcase young artists and curators from the 22 countries in which we operate in order to support emerging artistic talent that is not yet represented by private galleries.

 

Art is a universal language that allows us to share our different experiences. For a leading European bank like ours, art also provides an opportunity to interact with the many communities in which we live and work. UniCredit is proud of its long-standing support of culture, which we believe generates the energy and creativity essential to sustainable development.

 

(Image: Aleksandrija Ajduković, Rolando De Nobili, C-print, from the project "Fashion in Biella Newsreel 2010." Courtesy of the artist.)

 

UniCredit STUDIO Milano

Carte Blanche #5: Fashion in Biella Newsreel 2010

UniCredit Piazza Cordusio branch, Milan

September 23 - December 30, 2011

Monday - Friday, 8:30 am to 4:15 pm

Free admission