Italian Artist’s Exhibition: Bruno Munari
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We will visit the exhibition on Bruno Munari, a 20th century artist, designer and inventor, who contributed to many fields of visual arts (painting, sculpture, film, industrial and graphic design).
Munari was born in Milan and joined the Futurist movement in the late Protected content , which he dissociated from after the World War II. He later founded the movement of concrete art and received a number of awards in his life.
Munari produced many objects for the Italian design industry, including light fixtures, ash trays, televisions and espresso machines. He was also a significant contributor in the field of children's books and toys.
You can read more about the exhibition at the Protected content
There is a chance to join a guided tour (for free) in Spanish, at 7 pm. The maximum number of people allowed is 15, who will be admitted according to the time of arrival.
It is NOT possible to reserve the tour, hence I strongly advise you to arrive in advance. I will be there at 6.30 pm and if you cannot join the tour we can meet when it ends.
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