From Nov. 10 to Jan. 31, 2024, the Gaburro Gallery at 25 Via Cerva in Milan presents “HUMAN,” a group exhibition to affirm the centrality of the human ﬁgure, in art as in society.
63 artists dialogue with each other through the 80 works on display for an aesthetic comparison between different generations: from Andy Warhol to Luigi Ontani, from Giorgio De Chirico to Miriam Cahn, from Michelangelo Pistoletto to Emilio Isgrò. In an age characterized by dematerialization, “HUMAN” brings to visitors’ attention the need for the human body, which is both real and tangible. The project, which inaugurates the Gallery’s season, aims to be a journey in search of the lost body in order to bring back, through art and its potentialities, attention to human ﬁxedness whose centrality lies in the indispensability of the body for a full and fulfilled life. The well-being of the body becomes the well-being of the spirit, and art is its favorite partner in leading to eternal beauty.