A trip through the sapient creations made of wood, which was born in nature, grown in a wild world and then tamed and modelled by man. This is the ‘fil rouge’ of “Evoluzioni Indigene” exhibition, staged in the Ex Ateneo in Città Alta, conceived by Fondazione Museo del Falegname Tino Sana and curated by Alberto Basaglia and Natalia Rota Nodari Architetti Associati. And part of ‘I Maestri del Paesaggio’.
The Frida chair in oak wood, designed by Odo Fioravanti and winner of the XXII Compasso d'Oro ADI, is shown at the exhibition and is the protagonist of three of the six installations “Isole Indigene” placed all over the city.
September 7-25, 2016
Ex Ateneo of Piazza Reginaldo Giuliani – Bergamo (Italy)