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Andrea Bianconi, MANGIAMONE TUTTI (EAT THEM ALL)

Dozens of little cloud-headed men silhouetted against the Edolo sky. They are part of Mangiamone tutti (Eat them all), an installation by Andrea Bianconi already presented in 2015 in Arezzo on the occasion of Icastica. These colourful silhouettes, hung between one building and another like flags during a village festival, invited passers-by to raise their eyes: there is not only the ground, the artist argues, people also need to nourish their mind, their spirit. Culture thus becomes the fundamental food, from which derives the paraphrase of the evangelical warning that gives the title to the intervention and that becomes an intellectual imperative.

THE ARTWORK

Mangiamone tutti, 2015, 156 templates, aluminium, variable dimensions

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Posted on: 29 October 2021, by : Alessandro Ulleri