Exhibition vs Scaffolding

Edoardo Persico, tireless animator of debates and research in arts, has designed, in Milan, during the first half of the thirties, a series of exhibition facilities – from advertising Metal construction (1934), placed under the Vittorio Emanuele Gallery, to the Hall of the Gold Medals for Aeronautics Exhibition (1934), both in collaboration with Marcello Nizzoli – for the general public.

In these he shows a rational simplicity, which doesn’t constitute the implementation of an esprit de géométrie dryly calculating, but the development of an esprit de finesse which results in an implicit contrast with the propaganda awarded in those years by the fascist regime to Italian architecture.

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