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by Patrizio Bertelli,Miuccia Prada,Francesco Vezzoli,Germano Celant

Author: Patrizio Bertelli,Miuccia Prada,Francesco Vezzoli,Germano Celant
Subcategory: Other Media
Language: English
Publisher: Fondazione Prada (July 15, 2006)
Category: Photo and Art
Rating: 4.5
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Francesco Vezzoli (born 1971 in Brescia, Italy) is an Italian artist and filmmaker based in Milan. Vezzoli studied at the Central Saint Martins School of Art in London from 1992 to 1995.

Francesco Vezzoli (born 1971 in Brescia, Italy) is an Italian artist and filmmaker based in Milan. Upon his return to Italy, Vezzoli created his first series of films entitled An Embroidered Trilogy (1997–99).

Francesco Vezzoli's Trilogia della Morte ( Trilogy of Death ) explores video and embroidery, an unconventional combination unified by both passion and effectiveness. The 120 Seats of Sodom, inspired by the Italian director and poet Pier Paolo Pasolini's The 120 Days of Sodom, aligns 120 black Charles Rennie Mackintosh chairs with embroidered seats before a tapestry showing erotic scenes from other Pasolini films.

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Miuccia Prada and Patrizio Bertelli These values have transformed a family business into a major player in the luxury market worldwide with the Prada, Miu Miu, Church s and Car Shoe brands. The Group operates in 70 countries through 540 DOS, 32 franchise operated stores and a network of selected high-end multi-brand stores and luxury department stores. Since then, Prada has been able to display the House of Savoy coat of arms on its label. Over the years, the Prada name gained increasing renown and prestige

Patrizio Bertelli Germano Celant Photos Photos - Patrizio Bertelli, Germano Celant, Gianni Piacentino and Miuccia Prada attend the Opening Of Gianni Piacentino's Exhibition at Fondazione Prada on November 6, 2015 in Milan, Italy. Opening of Gianni Piacentino's Exhibition At Fondazione Prada In Milan. Patrizio Bertelli, Germano Celant, Gianni Piacentino and Miuccia Prada attend the Opening Of Gianni Piacentino's Exhibition at Fondazione Prada on November 6, 2015 in Milan, Italy. Nov. 5, 2015 - Source: Vittorio Zunino Celotto/Getty Images Europe) more pics from this album .

Francesco Vezzoli’s work explores power of contemporary popular culture.

From left: The artists John Baldessari, Carsten Holler, Nathalie Djurberg and Thomas Demand; Prada’s Patrizio Bertelli and Miuccia Prada; the curator Germano Celant; the artist Francesco Vezzoli. A few of the artists in Miuccia Prada's art universe. 1, 8. Previous slide.

In his films, performances, and needlepoint works, Francesco Vezzoli explores the power of contemporary media culture and the ambiguity and instability of what constitutes truth.

Blue Chip Representation. In his films, performances, and needlepoint works, Francesco Vezzoli explores the power of contemporary media culture and the ambiguity and instability of what constitutes truth.

Francesco Vezzoli's Trilogia della Morte (Trilogy of Death) explores video and embroidery, an unconventional combination unified by both passion and effectiveness. The 120 Seats of Sodom, inspired by the Italian director and poet Pier Paolo Pasolini's The 120 Days of Sodom, aligns 120 black Charles Rennie Mackintosh chairs with embroidered seats before a tapestry showing erotic scenes from other Pasolini films. Non-Love Meetings, conceived as a reinvention of Pasolini's documentary Love Meetings, in which the director traveled through Italy interviewing people about love and sex, is set in a television studio and evokes Blind Date as much as its titular reference. Like Love Meetings, it seeks to create a psychological territory in which the public speaks openly about sex and love; like reality TV, it stars a showgirl, as well as actresses from the film world, MTV and soap operas, all of whom are courted by unlikely suitors. A fetching and thought-provoking mix of both formal and colloquial entertainment.