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“Corpus Domini” at Palazzo Reale tells the new contemporary body

From October 27th to January 30th the exhibition “Corpus Domini. From the glorious body to the ruins of the soul “, curated by Francesca Alfano Miglietti, promoted and produced by Palazzo Reale, Municipality of Milan-Culture in collaboration with Marsilio Arte and Tenderstories.

An exhibition dedicated to the” body of spectacle “

The title is intended to be a reference to the disappearance of the” real body “in favor of the” spectacle body “and to the emergence of new forms of representation in the contemporary world. 111 works including installations, sculptures, drawings, paintings, video installations and photographs, by 34 internationally known artists in an exhibition itinerary that develops over about one thousand square meters of surface.

The works

On display the works of: AES F, Janine Antoni, Yael Bartana, Zharko Basheski, Joseph Beuys, Christian Boltanski, Vlassis Caniaris, Chen Zhen, John De Andrea, Gino de Dominicis, Carole A. Feuerman, Franko B, Robert Gober, Antony Gormley, Duane Hanson, Alfredo Jaar, Kimsooja, Joseph Kosuth, Charles LeDray, Robert Longo, Urs Lüthi, Ibrahim Mahama, Fabio Mauri, Oscar Muñoz, Gina Pane, Marc Quinn, Carol Rama, Michal Rovner, Andres Serrano, Chiharu Shiota, Marc Sijan, Dayanita Singh, Sun Yuan and Peng Yu, Gavin Turk. Also on display is a section dedicated to Lea Vergine and her precious and unique research in the field of Body Art.

“We are pleased to be alongside Palazzo Reale and the Municipality of Milan for this great exhibition that bears prominent names in contemporary art in Milan, some for the first time – declared Moreno Zani, founder of Tenderstories – Never as in this historical moment has culture been a fundamental asset for Italy, to be actively supported in how much driving force of the restart and backbone of our community “.