Franco Raggi, Tenda divisa in alluminio, 1987

Palazzo del Broletto

Erranti, art beyond the limits of the visible / A project for art and the local landscape curated by Francesca Alfano Miglietti (FAM).

The programme for the 2022 event includes ERRANTI, l'arte oltre il limite del visibile (art beyond the limits of the visible) involving works that exist but that elude the gaze, a project for art and the local landscape curated by Francesca Alfano Miglietti (FAM); taking a route that winds its way through the Broletto but also through the festival venues and other places. It is a project whose discovery is the reward for a relentless search for the work and the place.

Roberto Kusterle, il sapore dell'equilibrio, 2011

The works are pictured as guides entrusted with the task of marking out the route and tracing the horizon. It is an exhibition that is as a journey, like a lesson in storytelling, and a way of shifting the point of view. But above all, ERRANT is the theme that runs through the works, because errant is the history of human beings, a history of movement and diversity and exchange, where we are each of us biological and cultural crossbreeding and crossroads.

Bruno Munari, scultura da viaggio

Francesca Alfano Miglietti chose 20 important personalities from the world of art and design namely: Hanna Burkart, Franko B, Letizia Cariello, Gianni Cinti, Cesare Fullone, Alessandro Guerriero, Stephan Hamel, Francesco Jodice, Roberto Kusterle, Enzo Mari, Antonio Marras, Sandro Mele, Bruno Munari, Andrea Nacciarriti, Daniela Novello, Fabio Novembre, Marco Paganini, Lucia Pescador, Cesare Pietroiusti, and Franco Raggi, whose works suggest different attitudes, and different ways of living and thinking about the fluid relationship between identity, the local landscape and borders.

Daniela Novello, Convivio

Photographs, videos, installations, objects, projects that stimulate us to reflect on the idea of departing, of the work itself as a nomadic condition poised between physical and symbolic territories. Works and places: a combination to lead the public to become active, attentive and wandering spectators...

Francesca Alfano Miglietti

Francesca Alfano Miglietti (FAM), teaches Theory and Methodology of the Contemporary at the Brera Academy of Fine Arts. Curator of exhibitions, reviews and conferences and author of essays, she lives and works in Milan. Her research focuses on the multiple themes of contemporary transformation, such as external influences on languages, the body and its modifications, the incursions of urban art, new technologies, fashion and design, and the relationship between the visible and invisible as the frontier of new contemporary poetics. Since 2010 she has been curator of the ARTE E CINEMA BRERA film festival at the Palazzo del Cinema Anteo in Milan, now in its tenth year. She is a member of the Fabio Mauri and Mimmo Germanà scientific committee, artistic consultant for Tender Stories, London, Milan and since 2013 artistic director of the Nonostante Marras space, Milan. Winner of the Luigi Carluccio Prize for Art Criticism 1990, Commissioner at the Venice Visual Arts Biennale 1993, and on the panel of judges of the Leone d’Oro prize at the Venice Biennale 2017.