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We would like to thank all those who participated in up to make possible the realization of the idea Kan Pisa 2016 “Toccare il Tempo”.
(In photo Architects Marco Signorini and Daniele Luci of Studio La Noce.)
The interview dedicated to the architect Marco Signorini of Studio La Noce, creator of Kan Pisa 2016 “Touching the Time”, released en plein air exhibition by Japanese artist Kan Yasuda, distributed along the squares and streets of the historic center of Pisa from June 30 to October 16, 2016.
CASCINA. There is a piece of Cascina behind the success of the path of art “Touching the Time”, the sculpture gallery en plein air that from until October 16 welcome in Pisa works in marble and bronze Japanese artist Kan Yasuda. Twenty large sculptures in the exhibition, from the Leaning Tower to the monumental squares, historic locations and artistic touch of Pisa survey, with interaction, almost a contrast between the minimalism of the Kan master’s works and majesty of Pisa monuments. The Kan works have become living presences, with which thousands of tourists interacting every day. Marco Signorini (pictured) of “Studio La Noce” Cascina is the coordinator of the exhibition that has come up with his colleague Daniel Lights. The success of these days proves how was the right choice to bring in Pisa the Japanese artist, given the interest
that the exhibition is also having in the country of origin of the sculptor. The exhibition idea came from a visit to Kan teacher in the center of Pisa. Hence the project to support his work to the architecture and spaces of the squares and streets of Pisa, rich in history and suggestioni.04 September 2016
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The interview dedicated to the architect Marco Signorini of Studio La Noce, creator of Kan Pisa 2016 “Toccare il Tempo”, released en plein air exhibition by Japanese artist Kan Yasuda, distributed along the squares and streets of the historic center of Pisa from June 30 to October 16, 2016.
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F O L L O W & S U P P O R T Kan Pisa 2016 “Toccare il Tempo”
The sculptures in marble and bronze Japanese artist Kan Yasuda in an exhibition in the open air distributed along the squares and streets of the historic center of Pisa from 30 June to 16 October 2016.
“My material, the marble is the material that occurs in the squares and monuments of Pisa which tells centuries of art and architecture. This is the time you want to touch and share and contaminate by my works. ” So Kan Yasuda explains the project that he is the protagonist and is an interaction, almost a contrast between its minimalism, which in art is reduced form the utmost simplicity and language essentials and the majesty of the Pisan monuments. With “Touch the time” the work of Kan is placed in these spaces as a living presence, almost sacred, for the purity of the forms that demands respect, contemplation, silence. The sculptures of Kan Yasuda establish a humble dialogue, subdued. In the admirable board of the city of Pisa this project places them as pawns to suggest to the visitor a silent game of questions and risposte.Racconta the architect Marco Signorini, one of the creators of the show: “I saw Kan Yasuda work in the laboratory of George Angels Querceta. Levigava his return from an exhibition works and hit the elegance, lightness and perfection, finishing without realizing to caress both were smooth and shiny. His sculptures seem designed to honor the Marble Statuary, white material and bright that for centuries has art clothed architecture and sacred sculpture, as to be described in ancient Pietra Santa. ” An exhibition space waiting for visitors, among tourists and citizens. The exhibition “en plein air”, along an “art art route”, which comes to touch the sacredness of the Square of Miracles. The exhibition is organized by the Municipality of Pisa and the Arpa Foundation, in partnership with the Japan Foundation and the Italian Chamber of Commerce of Pisa. The event forms part of the initiatives of celebration of the 150th anniversary of the signing of the treaty of friendship and trade relations between Italy and Japan promoted by Italy Japan Foundation, and integrates with the opera “Madama Butterfly” at the Great Outdoor Theater Giacomo Puccini in Torre del Lago (29 July and 10 August 2016), with scenes of Kan Yasuda and costumes by Regina Schrecker.
Photo Nicola Agnesi