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Pawel Althamer. Franciszek

Stalla Pramog

Pawel Althamer. Franciszek

Stalla Pramog
The pilot project of the Fondazione Beatrice Trussardi chooses the Engadine as an observation station, where centuries-old traditions intermingle with the recent and profound changes affecting Europe's rural areas, which have further radically altered urban-rural relations in recent months. In a hut - modest place, at once isolated and closely integrated into the ecosystem of the area - Polish artist Pawel Althamer stages one of his tableaux, combining memories of sacred art and folk influences from different cultures.

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