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Andrea Bolognino. Blindness, blindness, outrage on display at the Capodimonte Museum

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From the 13 January Andrea Bolognino's exhibition project entitled Blindness, blindness, outrage.

The exhibition is part of the events organized for the seventh edition of the cycle of exhibitions-focus Sensitive Encounters and will be edited by Sylvain Bellenger with the assistance of Luciana Berti and the technical assistance of Francesca Dal Lago.

The exhibition itinerary

Coming to the beautiful Museum of Capodimonte in Naples you will have the opportunity to visit from 13 January to 15 March 2022 the special exhibition by Andrea Bolognino, Blindness, blinding, outrage.

In particular, the artist's drawings will be compared with one of the most famous works of art kept in the museum, we are talking about the Parable of the Blind di Peter Brueghel the Elder.

From this particular comparison, the Neapolitan artist has extrapolated three themes which concern a precise reflection on relationship between art and science:

  • Simulation of scientific representation, thanks to screens and graphics
  • Simulation of vision disorder, with a shortened and dark drawing
  • Hypervision, the effect of temporary technological developments

They will therefore be 24 the drawings on display, some on inclined planes, including the wonderful triptych which will be dedicated to the theme blindness, understood as physical and symbolic fall, of which Bolognini resumes the three phases: abandonment, perception of the fall and attempt to get up.

Paintings of Bolognino

Information on the Andrea Bolognino exhibition


From 13 January to 15 March 2022, closed on Wednesdays


Capodimonte Museum, Via Miano 2, Naples - XNUMXnd floor, Sensitive Encounters room


10: 00-17: 30, last admission 17:00


  • Whole 12 €
  • reduced (18-25 years not completed) 2 euros,
  • children under 18 free

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