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Rome, 16/11/2018. Today, MACRO Asilo (Museum of Contemporary Art of Rome 1.) & Ex Dogana (2.) presented a screen-printing installation on glass by Gonzalo Borondo (3.). In this serigraph walk-through installation of fifty two sheets of glass (two meters and fifty centimeters printed on both sides) the Spanish artist was joined by 56Fili, and the curator was Chiara Pietropaoli. <<[…] Two graphic-pictorial images cohabit the space: on one side a column, on the other a man looking backwards with his arms outstretched, which refers to the crucifixion iconography. Non Plus Ultra reflects on the concept of limit, on the sacred need of a man to cross the threshold of the known and of logic, to overcome oneself […]>> (Source, Romapiu.it, 16.11.2018, 4.). During the exhibition, in the courtyard of the MACRO (placed in the former Peroni brewery in Rome), the artist and his technicians printed numerous serigraphs of the installation which were, then, donated to the public. The artwork will be transferred to the Ex Dogana and then publicly showed from the 30 November to 30 December.     <br />
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1.https://www.museomacro.it/<br />
2. http://www.exdogana.com/<br />
3. https://gonzaloborondo.com/<br />
4. https://www.romapiu.it/eventi/ex-dogana-borondo-56-fili-venerdi-16-novembre-2018/
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Rome, 16/11/2018. Today, MACRO Asilo (Museum of Contemporary Art of Rome 1.) & Ex Dogana (2.) presented a screen-printing installation on glass by Gonzalo Borondo (3.). In this serigraph walk-through installation of fifty two sheets of glass (two meters and fifty centimeters printed on both sides) the Spanish artist was joined by 56Fili, and the curator was Chiara Pietropaoli. <<[…] Two graphic-pictorial images cohabit the space: on one side a column, on the other a man...
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