MAST - MANUFACTURE OF ARTS, EXPERIMENTATION AND TECHNOLOGY
MAST MANUFACTURE OF ARTS, EXPERIMENTATION AND TECHNOLOGY
The building that houses it develops into two bodies connected to three floors that welcome the exhibition space for permanent collections and temporary exhibitions and the various services provided by MAST.
MOVING FOODS, MOVING PEOPLE
Images from the MAST Foundation's Collection
To celebrate the fifth anniversary of the opening of its cultural centre, the MAST Foundation presents a new selection of works from its collection of photographs, video-installations, and photo-albums on industry and labour.
Over 250 historic and contemporary images by 65 artists from throughout the world – celebrated masters like Robert Doisneau, David Goldblatt, Helen Levitt, and Mario De Biasi as well as younger authors such as Richard Mosse, Ulrich Gebert, and Sonja Braas –show the talent and energy that have driven people to design means and infrastructures for moving goods, people, and data over the last two centuries.
A multifaceted reflection on the theme of speed characterising today’s society, the exhibition, which has the pendulum as its visual metaphor, illustrates the contrasting energies issued from two phenomena that dominate our present: on the one hand, the unbridled power of engines, an enormous increase in speed, means of transport transformed into the fetish of our times, permanent connection as an absolute necessity; and on the other, a slowing down, a sharp braking, a barrier to the flows of migrating people, the only limit to the myth of global mobility.
YTO BARRADA, GABRIELE BASILICO, SONJA BRAAS, LUCA CAMPIGOTTO, CLODT VON JÜRGENSBURG, MARIO DE BIASI, ROBERT DOISNEAU, ROGER FENTON, MARIO FINOCCHIARO, FLOTO + WARNER, VINCENT FOURNIER, ROBERT FRANK, SIMON FRIDLAND, ULRICH GEBERT, RICCARDO GILARDI, FRANK GOHLKE, GEERT GOIRIS, DAVID GOLDBLATT, HEIN GORNY, GUIDO GUIDI, JACQUELINE HASSINK, ROBERT HÄUSSER, LEWIS W. HINE, RUDOLF HOLTAPPEL, EMIL OTTO HOPPÉ, BORIS IGNATOVICH, WILLIAM HENRY JACKSON, GASTON JACQUIN, JEAN-PIERRE LAFFONT, MIMMO JODICE, PHILIP JONES, ANNICA KARLSSON RIXON, PETER KEETMAN, TORKEL KORLING, JUSTIN KOZLOWSKI, KARL KRÜGER, GERMAINE KRULL, DOROTHEA LANGE, HELEN LEVITT, O. WINSTON LINK, ELI LOTAR, MALESHERBES PHOTO, RÉMY MARKOWITSCH, EDGAR MARTINS, DON MCCULLIN, TINA MODOTTI, RICHARD MOSSE, UGO MULAS, MARTIN MUNKÁCSI, ANTONIO PAOLETTI, ALFRED PERSON, XAVIER RIBAS, LUCIANO RIGOLINI, STEFANO ROBINO, TATA RONKHOLZ, ARKADIJ SAJCHET, ROGER SCHALL, BEN SHAHN, GRAHAM SMITH, HENRIK SPOHLER, JOHN THOMSON, ALEXEY TITARENKO, JAKOB TUGGENER, BRETT WESTON
until 13 January 2019
Tuesday to Sunday 10:00-19:00
Tel. 051.647 4345
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HOURS: FROM TUESDAY TO SUNDAY
FROM 10 AM TO 7 PM -
FREE ENTRY (except for special events)
Location: MAGGIORE HOSPITAL ZONE
Bus: n. 81 or 91 - Pontelungo stop, then continue on foot; n. 19 stop Centro Vittoria, beginning of Via Speranza
Train: from Central Station: take bus 81 or 91
by Car: Highway A1 Milan-Bologna exit Bologna-Casalecchio and proceed in direction "Porrettana SS64 / Bologna stadium / Casalecchio center". Exit at "Tangenziale / Centro / Certosa / Stadio" and take the third exit at the roundabout proceeding on Viale Togliatti. Turn onto via Battindarno and then take via Vittoria. After 350 meters turn right and proceed on via Speranza.
Parking: various free or paid parking lots in the streets adjacent to the Museum
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