Antonio Marras, regarded as one of the Italy’s most intellectual designers, will be presenting his new exhibition ‘Nulla Dies Sine Linea’ at the Triennale di Milano from October 22 to January 21 (curated by Francesca Alfano Miglietti). Over 500 drawings and paintings made over the course of his career will appear in this exhibition. In addition to these paintings, the exhibition also features a stunning installation of diverse fabrics woven together and hung from the walls of the Curva della Triennale.
“I have found the courage to see who I am”, says the talented designer, who, after losing his mother, decided to take up this project to demonstrate how some losses give you the power to create something new and unique, powerful and living. The 1,200 square meter gallery is filled with drawings and evocative installations.
On display is the journey of an unrelenting artist. “Unfortunately, I have no peace”, Marras says, “I do not stop, I do not have a moment’s pause, and I have an inner drive that compels me not to stop, to fill space and draw, to collate all that I find everywhere.” The title of the exhibition is a famous phrase of Pliny the Elder to the painter Appelles – “Do not let a day pass without drawing at least a line”.
Marras was awarded the Francesca Alinovi prize, and also won last year’s Biennali di Venezia.
This incredible exhibit is not one to be missed!