Rashiv Pashir, Tehran
A stone found in via Kafka in Prague, a “sacapuntas” bought in the old city of Barcelona, a mystic box, a paperweight donated by Foucault, a typographic cross, a plastic heart, a wooden elephant discarded by a travelling salesman, a model of a cell, a Persian pendant... These are the “works” in an unusual exhibition that brings together the relics of famous and unknown graphic designers from around the world. The result is a professional studio, that shows us their way of looking and their visual thoughts. In Milan from 5 to 10 April at the Galleria Aiap (via Ponchielli 3).
Andrea Gabbianelli, via G. Mora 18, h. 17-20
Cocktail 5.4.2006, h. 17
Libreria Hoepli, via Hoepli 5, h. 10-19
Aiap, via Ponchielli 3, h. 14-18
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