DA­MIEN HIRST,

VOGUE Bambini - - NOT YET(EEN) -

Trea­su­res from the Wreck of the Un­be­lie­va­ble. A Pa­laz­zo Gras­si e Pun­ta della Do­ga­na c’è il più gran­de rac­con­to fan­ta­sti­co mai vi­sto sot­to for­ma di mo­stra: un ga­leo­ne nau­fra­ga­to se­co­li e se­co­li fa, un te­so­ro se­pol­to ven­ti­mi­la le­ghe sot­to l’Ocea­no In­dia­no. Gli ele­men­ti della fia­ba ci so­no tutti, mes­si in­sie­me da Da­mien Hirst, in que­sto ca­so ar­ti­sta-ar­cheo­lo­go-esplo­ra­to­re. Ci­me­li del nostro pre­sen­te - dal­le sta­tue di Pip­po e To­po­li­no ai ro­bot Tran­sfor­mer - emer­go­no da­gli abis­si, in­cro­sta­ti di co­ral­li e pian­te ma­ri­ne, co­me pre­zio­si re­per­ti del pas­sa­to. At Pa­laz­zo Gras­si and Pun­ta della Do­ga­na is the mo­st in­cre­di­ble ta­le ever seen in an ex­hi­bit: a gal­leon shi­p­w­rec­ked cen­tu­ries ago, a trea­su­re bu­ried twen­ty thou­sand lea­gues in the In­dian Ocean. It has all the ele­men­ts of a fai­ry­ta­le that Da­mien Hirst ga­the­red to­ge­ther as an ar­ti­st-ar­cheo­lo­gi­st-ex­plo­rer. Re­lics of the pre­sent (from Pip­po and Mic­key Mou­se sta­tues to Tran­sfor­mer ro­bo­ts) emer­ge from the abyss en­cru­sted wi­th co­ral and sea plan­ts li­ke pre­cious finds of the pa­st.

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