Swiss artist Ugo Rondinone transcends the Museum of Art and History in his exhibition “When the sun sets and the moon rises”; a rainbow of colors and beauty, to see before June 18th. The ticket price? “Pay what you like”.
From room to room, you will be able to realize the plurality of media that the contemporary artist masters, in a language of his own, inspired by nature.
His relationship with nature is a diversion from his grief when he lost his partner in 1988. For Ugo Rondinone, nature is a vibrant space between the sacred and the profane. And this duality becomes part of his vocabulary in his upcoming exhibitions.
The Sun & The Moon.
The secret room, meanwhile, is not indicated anywhere. It’s rather fun to look for it.
No need to say “Open Sesame”, the door will open as you walk by.