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Colorful and funny La parade moderne coming to Rome!

Staff Writer |
Get ready to see the Mercato Testaccio in Rome invaded by the magnetic imagination of Clédat & Petitpierre.

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Both carnival parade and procession, the Parade Moderne is a sculptural work in movement, a parade that shatters the imagination and whose protagonists are characters inspired by the pictorial works of the great masters of the first half of the 20th century: Magritte, Ernst, De Chirico, Léger, Munch, Arp, Malevich.

This parade represents the progression of contemporary art or, to the eyes of a younger audience, the existence of magical creatures led by a little fanfare that interprets the theme of Ravel’s Bolero and conducts.

The modern parade is a public art experiment that can reinvent the meeting spaces within a city through the icons of contemporary art and their irreverent energy.

This is a free event for all ages so be sure to be in rome on November 10th 2018, 11 am. Your destination: Via Aldo Manuzio.

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