Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Turin
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  • A great reality.  Easily accessible from the Porta Nuova railway station by bus and then walk. Functional structure, with sociable staff and availability of services and catering (I don't partake). I visited the 8 December after dinner (open on feast day, in the evening, and for free: 3 plus points for that alone! Thursday nights are always open for free).  They currently have 3 current exhibitions.  Others have talked about extensively. I'm impressed by that of Josh Kline called Unemployment (unemployment). The first room is inspired by clear to employees of bankrupt Lehman Brothers, those from night to morning found themselves without a job and with the desk to clear four of the hoof. It is an elegy to small things that each of us tries to humanize and personalize their workstation; little things able however to summarize an entire existence.  The second room is the most impressive and the most touching.  It is a monument to the fallen of the great economic crisis. It is an indictment of the current economic systems that treat people as things to use, to burn, possibly from recycle-more for others, further uses.  It is also an indictment on our society increasingly individualistic, inhumane, selfish, atomised, where the outcasts are often found even in solitude more frightening because they are now evaporated all the bonds of solidarity and human compassion--even among fellow sufferers. Shopping carts (max symbol of consumerism) filled with plastic containers-empty and crushed-are the perfect backdrop. A view hard, but necessary; and memorable. Time of visit: about three quarters of an hour (but I didn't see the third view because now overwhelmed by the second, that of Josh Kline).
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  • I've been many times to the Foundation for various exhibitions that will prepare and current ones are in my opinion the best who presented to the public. even my boyfriend who doesn't like contemporary art remained impressed. until January 29, 2017 in the space to the left of the entrance hall, where at the bottom there is the bar-are presented 19 photos black and white portraits made by Paradis in a factory of matches now abandoned by him in part rearranged. they are men, celebrities and ordinary people. between entrepreneurs, students, professionals of the fashion world, etc. you may recognize the journalist massimo gramellini and the fashion photographer giovanni gastel. placed between photos 9 screens show more shots of subjects in view. 3 were not working when I was there. at the bottom, in the bar, a couple of pictures show a glimpse of the Interior of the factory. visiting hours in this small exhibition do not follow those of the Foundation. can be visited virtually every day. Mondays from 8 to 15, Tuesday and Wednesday from 8 to 15 and from 18 to 24, Thursday and Friday from 8 to 24, and Saturday and Sunday from 12 to 24. as for the actual Foundation are in progress currently 3 exhibitions. in the first two rooms can be seen until January 29 two works by ed atkins. the exhibition is organized in collaboration with the castello di rivoli where are presented the other works by this artist. in rivoli there are 5 video installations, here-apart from a few sculptural elements on the wall visible in the first room-there is one but surely the most beautiful for the emotional impact it arouses. It's a video of approximately 8 minutes showing a man who must pass the checks at the airport and for this she strips of what she's wearing, posing in the glove compartment from time to time weapons, power tools, a pineapple, small skulls ... and parts of his body: teeth, liver, brain, hands, etc. a bit creepy but fascinating especially because in the background in a crescendo of volume you hear ravel's bolero. beautiful ... in the third room-divided by the view in 3 parts-are presented the work of josh kline. entitled unemployment, this is the first Italian solo artist who explores possible scenarios that may occur in a hypothetical future, when automation will have expelled from work millions of workers belonging to the middle class. You can see a clear plastic chair stuffed with shredded paper waste, before entering the first room, where they were placed 6 transparent balls and lit, stuffed with objects that belong to everyday life: photos, shoes, watches, handbags, etc.. the atmosphere is cozy, inviting to contemplation, also because of soft light. in the second room the works certainly for greater emotional impact. in a much bigger and illuminated were positioned some ten trucks filled with garbage bags full of transparent plastic bottles alongside, thrown here and there on the floor, huddled and closed themselves in airbags per Dummies of both men and women. they are real men and women, chosen through a casting by the artist and played after being scanned with the 3d printer. are made in plaster and represent people who have lost their jobs. This is a possible scenario, luckily not the only, want to tell us the artist: people expelled from the labour market that are thrown away as useless things. in the last room, however, for future fortuna...il can also be different. in a distinctly more optimistic, sitting on a carpet of cartoons of companies that already have proceeded to automate its stores etc, and one made with parts of jeans and sweaters, next to a bin with discarded car steering wheels, you can see another world possible. a 3-minute video in English but very simple to understand view what can you do with your free time that is created: teach your child to ride a bike, help them in their schoolwork, make dinner for the neighbourhood, rush, dream ... the message perhaps wants to be: the future is unwritten. us with our choices and our Government policies to draw the contours. This in my opinion is the most beautiful and interesting as the publicly available message of 3 exhibitions. in the fourth room is finally exposed the work of harun farocki, which explores the world of video games. on 4 screens-2 singles and 2 in pairs-one can see examples of games in order to explore its potential and applications in the world of cinema. in the first, about 10 minutes, you see some examples of games of the mid-80 's, where items such as trees, grass, water, etc. are compared with their evolution 20 years later. trees, sea water, clouds are difficult to distinguish from their real counterparts. the second and third show as in the games there are boundaries do not overcome or depending on the input you give: limits that can be represented by roads, sky, or objects such as the base of a statue, on which you can form craters if you are shooting at or cross it with a camera. the fourth explores the possibilities of interaction between people: they can be as protected by air bubbles and there can be no match or clash between them, can collide and become frightened or react upon contact and fight. the text is in English but are supplied for each station's headphones to listen both translations into Italian available on one sheet. are two pages for the first video and a small page for others. they last a few minutes each. both of these exhibitions are visible until 12 February. the staff is always helpful to provide information. I recommend visiting!
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  • Always difficult to give an overall opinion on a foundation that hosts many temporary exhibitions which may or may not be to the liking to visitors according to your personal tastes. The exhibits present now, especially that of Ed Atkins but also the work of Harun Farocki, I have left I have to tell you the truth a little puzzled, while the future scenario about the devastating effects of the economic crisis represented by Josh Kline, I was pleasantly surprised. The modern structure of the Foundation is well suited to any type of construction and the staff that greets you is very kind and helpful to clarify doubts and curiosities about different themes developed from exhibitions. Little things like these that fans prefer to other foundations.
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  • World-class contemporary art centre. Very well run and curated.
  • It is a great example of localization of cultural activities in areas outer suburban areas. The exhibits are always interesting and rich food for thought on contemporary society. Be followed consistently.
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  • Place always great
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  • One of the world's most important contemporary art Foundations, with a fine restaurant, Space 7
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  • Private foundation for contemporary art. The relationship with the land is always at the Centre of activities active Sandretto, also addressed to children. Only con parking quite difficult to find at any time of the day. Inside an interesting restaurant
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