Ettore Favini | Eutopia | Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore

Camilla Alberti, Marina Cavadini, Barbara Crimella, Maria Dompè, Oliviero Fiorenzi, Ettore Favini, Stefano Ferrari, Pierfilippo Gatti, Giorgio Mattia, Ugo La Pietra, Miriam Montani, Mattia Pannoni, Francesco Somaini, Studio Secchi Viganò, Zeroottouno
Largo Agostino Gemelli 1, Milano
05 March – 16 April, 2024
In a succession of stages, the city develops, consolidating its consciousness and memory. Between the 18th and 19th centuries, the industrial revolution gradually transforms the urban fabric into a metropolis, which becomes the centre of modernity. In recent decades, demands for a more humane city life emerge, highlighted by urban planners such as Carlos Moreno, who propose the concept of the ‘human smart city’. However, the practice of translating these ideals into reality comes up against concrete challenges. The search for ‘integral solutions’ is confronted with cities that want to be more technological, often demonstrating instead that they are still far from a truly human nature.
Ettore Favini exhibits two works from his recent series Fragili Rive using the figure of the Po River to reason about the contemporary human need to reconnect with the natural elements in which we are immersed.

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Fragili Rive

2022 | Sandcasting, concrete and oxide, 4 elements | 50 x 520 cm

Private view (Po)

2023 | Stainless steel | 95 x 30 cm

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