Michele Gabriele and Alessandro Di Pietro presented two-person exhibition Tiziano e Giorgione at Torino’s Treti Galaxie, which ran from September 14 until October 2, 2016.
Curated by Matteo Mottin, the installation explored friendship and death inspired by the peculiar link between the 16th Century Venetian masters Giorgione and Titian. Working across a variety of media, from resin, silicon, PVC print and iron to aluminium, bamboo wood and reflective fabric, the works are separated from the viewers by a river of poisoned water, which, recalling such mythological rivers as the Styx and the Acheron, situates them in a limbo.**
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