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Since childhood Molinari has travelled back and forth to the Apennine Mountains of northern Italy making pilgrimages with close family, reuniting with relatives and experiencing the landscape and culture of the region. These accumulated experiences has caused him to question what we might inherit from our ancient ancestry; the things that lie deep in our subconscious and influences the way we see, the way we behave and the things that we find meaningful. And it is this cultural dichotomy that has led him to confront ‘nostalgia’ in its true meaning: of returning home to things known and unknown; of trying to recover and reconstruct history, personal or otherwise in an attempt to make sense of his place in the world.

Paolo Molinari: Mountain Language (2016)


Includes an essay by David Hepher.

To find out more about the artist and the exhibition view the press release.

View the exhibition catalogue online.

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