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Unpacking: From Shelter to Light

Studio Gariboldi / Milan / Art

In this new era of social distancing, our perception of space has shifted. There’s something uneasy in the air, an unhappy ripple emanating from anyone who shouts, “Stay away!” Acknowledging these dynamics, Studio Gariboldi is taking direction from the word emballage, which it defines as a shelter “where artwork is protected. . . . It is all about not getting hurt.” In its spaces, both real and virtual, the Studio has placed artworks that are ready to be seen again, their protective packaging set nearby. On display are works by Karel Appel, Francesco Clemente, Wassily Kandinsky, George Condo, and many more. —E.C.

Studio Gariboldi Via Privata Giovanni Ventura, 5, 20134 Milano MI, Italy
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