Tribes. The last breath on earth SUSPENDED

Thursday 4 March - 15:00
Exibitions - With ticket
Museo d' Arte Cinese ed Etnografico - Parma
Antropology Culture Photography
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Thursday 29 April 2021 - 15:00 /19:00
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Friday 30 April 2021 - 15:00 /19:00
SHOW ALL
Location: Indoor
Suitable for Everyone.
A production of: Museo d'arte cinese ed etnografico di Parma
Created by: Arturo Delle Donne
The Museum of the Xaverian Missionaries has long been committed to saving the cultures born before modern technology, grown in isolation, never contaminated and now raped and dispersed. And the collaboration with the photographer Arturo Delle Donne was therefore inevitable. "I love to investigate cultural diversity, a diversity that slowly and silently disappears" - said the artist - ". Thus this exhibition was born.

Bodies are like artists' canvases. They welcome shapes and colors. Then they show up and talk. Theirs is a strong and ancient language. Through the drawings on the skin, men have transmitted precious information for millennia: belonging to a tribe, social rank, the will to attack the enemy, the imminence of a "marriage" or an initiation, a profound feeling like mourning or simply your own identity.

Progress, which, carelessly, can suffocate great elements of entire civilizations, is erasing this noble form of body language from the planet, along with so many languages ​​and expressive modes.
Already at the beginning of the twentieth century, the great anthropologist Bronislaw Malinowski spoke of rescue ethnography, emphasizing the need to document all those customs that, it was understood, would be lost.

The artist recovers powerful tribal stylistic features from Papua New Guinea, Amazonia, Australia, Ethiopia, Peru, Burkina Faso, New Caledonia, reproducing them with care and precision on the faces of students, workers, young graduates, people borrowed from Western mass everyday life. . "In this project - he explains - I used a typical fashion style of photography to emphasize the analogy that exists between dressing for the Western world and putting on makeup for indigenous peoples".
Full price € 3,00; concessions (under 18( € 1,50
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