Where the traces ends is a scattered exhibtion around the most iconic museums in Turin. Peter Friedel’s artwork, realized in 2011 and titled Failed States, will be exhibited from 25 October to 6 November 2023 in the Medieval Court of Palazzo Madama
The exhibition is set around symbolic places of the city of Turin and each artwork builds a circumstantial report with its reference theme, showing how geopolitical upheavals, the transitions of global history and the search for the self are observed by artists through elusive perspectives, going beyond obvious traces and evidence to reveal new realities and previously unseen imaginaries.
Useful information on Where the traces end
Opening: 25 October 2023
Hours: Tuesday to Sunday from 10am to 6pm
Ticket price: the exhibition has free admission
Places involved in the exhibition:
The courtyard of Palazzo Perrone di San Martino – home of the CRT Foundation and the CRT Foundation for Modern and Contemporary Art with Francesco Gennari
The Corte Medievale di Palazzo Madama – Museo Civico d’Arte Antica with Peter Friedl
The entrance portico of the Museo Nazionale del Risorgimento with Cally Spooner
The foyer of Teatro Carignano with William Kentridge
The Sala del Caminetto del Teatro Regio in Turin with Simon Starlin
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