Campo di Marte is the first major solo exhibition of the French artist and designer in a museum institution. It can be visited until 21 June.
There is time until 21 June to visit Campo di Marte, the first major solo exhibition by Nathalie Du Pasquier at the MACRO in Rome, as part of the SOLO/MULTI section. The exhibition project is part of the Museo per l'Immaginazione Preventiva section, the programme conceived by artistic director Luca Lo Pinto that takes shape through a programme of eight exhibitions.
Nathalie Du Pasquier looks at reality as a catalogue “from which we can take everything—she asserts—and transform it into another world”. She has always been intrigued by the relationship between objects and the space in which they exist. Over the years, this process of investigation has taken form in paintings, sculptures, drawings, models, constructions, carpets, books and ceramics elements such as Mattonelle Margherita by Mutina—always poised between representation and abstraction, two- dimensional depiction and volume.
Her painting is “expanded”, poetically playing with complex harmonies of forms, granting life to inanimate objects without imposing any narrative, leaving the interpretation up to the viewer. A painting that exists as object, space or environment, in which any distinction between the work of art and its display structure has been erased. For Nathalie Du Pasquier, in fact, the device of the exhibition is a dynamic tool that allows her to use her works as “raw material” with which to build other, new creations.
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