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Simon Fujiwara, Sculptures for “Who the Bær,” 2020, photo © Jörg von Bruchhausen, courtesy the artist; Dvir Gallery, Tel Aviv/ Brussels; GioMARCONI, Milan; Taro Nasu, Tokyo; Esther Schipper, Berlin.
Simon Fujiwara, photo by Miro Kuzmanovic, Kunsthaus Bregenz.
Simon Fujiwara, drawing image for “Who the Bær,” 2020 artwork by Simon Fujiwara, photo by Bas Princen, courtesy of the artist.
Simon Fujiwara, Sculptures for “Who the Bær,” 2020, photo © Jörg von Bruchhausen, courtesy the artist; Dvir Gallery, Tel Aviv/ Brussels; GioMARCONI, Milan; Taro Nasu, Tokyo; Esther Schipper, Berlin.
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Simon Fujiwara: Who the Bær

Fondazione Prada reopens in Milan with “Simon Fujiwara: Who the Bær,” on view from March 2 through September 27, 2021.

March 2, 2021 - September 27, 2021

Fondazione Prada reopens in Milan with “Simon Fujiwara: Who the Bær,” on view from March 2 through September 27, 2021. The Berlin-based artist, known for exploring neo-capitalism, celebrity cultural, and historical icons has created a site-specific project for the show on the ground floor of the Podium. Fujiwara has imagined a fairytale featuring a cartoon bear named Who, seeking to define itself in an online world of images. Who can take on whatever image it encounters, going beyond time, place, and object. "Who the Bær" is a post-modern, coming-of-age fairytale presented in a bear-shaped labyrinth of cardboard and recyclable materials, with a story told through drawings, collages, sculptures and animations.

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L.go Isarco, 2, 20139 Milano MI, Italy
Mar 2 - Sep 27
Fondazione Prada
Simon Fujiwara: Who the Bær
Fondazione Prada reopens in Milan with “Simon Fujiwara: Who the Bær,” on view from March 2 through September 27, 2021.

Exhibitions

Milan, Duomo |Exhibitions

illy: 30 Years of Beauty

Illy presents “Illy: 30 Years of Beauty,” an exhibition at Corso Venezia 6 and hosted by Around Gallery.

Armani/Silos: Amani Home

For the Milan Salone del Mobile 2022, Armani presents a new collection of furniture and accessories through Armani/Silos, on view at Silos.

Natuzzi Italia: The Circle of Harmony—Second Life

For the Salone del Mobile 2022, the furniture design brand Natuzzi Italia has released “The Circle of Harmony — Second Life.”

Dimoremilano: Oublié

For the Milan Salone del Mobile 2022, the home collection Dimoremilano presents “Oublié.”

Hermès Home 2022 Collections

For the occasion of Milan Design Week, maison Hermès took to exploring qualities of lightness in its newest collections for the home.

Missoni in Milan 2022

Missoni has debuted a series of special installations this week in Milan, coinciding with the run of Salone del Mobile and Design Week.

Dimoregallery: Orrizzonti

For the Milan Salone del Mobile 2022, Dimoregallery presents “Orrizzonti.”

Dior Medallion with Philip Starck

For the 2022 edition of Salone del Mobile in Milan, Dior invited Philippe Starck to reimagine the iconic Dior Medallion chair.

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