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"The Gaze of ..." opens at UniCredit Pavilion

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    July 2015
  • 30

    August 2015
UniCredit Pavilion, Milan  
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When "The Gaze of... Selected Works of the UniCredit Art Collection" ("Lo Sguardo di... Opere scelte dalla Collezione d'Arte UniCredit") opens July 30 at the UniCredit Pavilion, it will be our first exhibition partly curated by colleagues and senior managers.

UniCredit colleagues who are passionate about art were asked to choose their favorite piece from a selection of 300 artworks in the UniCredit Art Collection.

 

To accompany their selections, which span from 16th century masterpieces to contemporary works, each colleague was asked to write the reasons for their choices. The UniCredit Artistic Commission then reviewed these submissions and decided on which pieces would be shown in the exhibition .

 

The result is a unique show that will bring a selection of 78 important works from our Group's collection to Milan for the first time. The occasion will also be the first exhibition to be staged at our spectacular new multifunctional structure, UniCredit Pavilion.

 

In this opportunity to view some of the most significant works from the UniCredit Art Collection, visitors will be guided across different eras and art forms with text written by the UniCredit colleagues who selected their favorite pieces for the show.

 

The exhibition will be displayed in the Pavilion's ground floor auditorium and on its "Art Walkway," which overlooks the auditorium, granting visitors the ability to view the art from a variety of different perspectives.

 

For more information about this and other upcoming events at the UniCredit Pavilion, please visit www.unicreditpavilion.it

 

"Lo Sguardo di..."

UniCredit Pavilion, Piazza Gae Aulenti

Inauguration ceremony: Thursday, July 30, 6 p.m.

Open July 31 to Aug. 30, 2015, from Tuesday - Sunday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Closed Mondays

Admission free of charge