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BYOB Milano

BYOB Milano

Mar 31, 2012
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LINK Center is proud to announce BYOB MILANO, organized in collaboration with Museo Pecci Milano and Miart art fair, that will take place in the museum’s space on April 12, 2012, the opening evening of the art fair.


Ripa di Porta Ticinese 113 (MM2 Porta Genova)
Thursday, April 12th, 2012, 8 PM -11 PM
curated by Domenico Quaranta


BYOB (Bring Your Own Beamer) is a series of one-night exhibitions invented by artist Rafaël Rozendaal, where artists are invited to bring their own beamers and show their own work, exploring the medium of projection. Conceived as an open idea that anyone can borrow, the first BYOB took place on July 20th, 2010 in Berlin, and was followed by dozens of other events all around the world, turning into a worldwide phenomenon that can be followed online on the website


BYOB MILANO will take place in the exhibition space of Museo Pecci Milano, and will host in a flexible, always-changing setup the work of many artists, including: Alterazioni Video, Andreas Angelidakis, Ivano Atzori, Fabrizio Bellomo, Enrico Boccioletti, Paolo Branca (VjVISUALOOP), Martin Butler, Marco Cadioli, Diego Caglioni, Claudia Campus, Sarah Ciracì, Adam Cruces, Sabine Delafon, Carlo dell’Acqua, Matteo Erenbourg, Francesco Fonassi, Helga Franza, Silvia Hell, Iocose, KK,S, Luca Leggero, Les Liens Invisibles, Miltos Manetas, Marco Mendeni, Filippo Minelli, Molta Gente, Bruno Muzzolini, Otolab, Laurina Paperina, Angelo Plessas, Anja Puntari, Sara Rossi, Claudia Rossini, Rafaël Rozendaal, Santa Ragione, Filippo Solibello, Priscilla Tea, Maurizio Temporin, Tonylight, Carloalberto Treccani, Carlo Zanni. BYOB Milano is the first experiment of adaptation of this format to a museum space, and will profit from the dialogue with some of the works of the collection, presented in the exhibition Turbolenze (curated by Stefano Pezzato).


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