EUROPA AND THE BULL

02.07.—11.09.2016

Lupo Borgonovo
Chelsea Culprit
Francisco Cordero-Oceguera
Caspar Heinemann
Hannah Lees
Jimmy Merris
Daniele Milvio
Temra Pavlovic
Ahmet Ogut
Jala Wahid

curated by Attilia Fattori Franchini


“He spoke, and immediately, as he commanded, the cattle, driven from the mountain, headed for the shore, where the great king’s daughter, E uropa , used to play together with the Tyrian virgins. Royalty and love do not sit well together, nor stay long in the same house. So the father and ruler of the gods, who is armed with the threeforkedlightning in his right hand, whose nod shakes the world, setting aside his royal sceptre, took on the shape of a bull, lowed among the other cattle, and, beautiful to look at, wandered in the tender grass.”

Ovidio, Metamorphoses, Book II, Jupiter’s abduction of Europa

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