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The title of the exhibition quotes the corrosive reportage by David Foster Wallace about the typology of the average American man's holidays in the Caribbean. There is a strong playful component in the work by Matteo Negri (Milan 1982), which goes from sculpture, art installation

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A supposedly fun thing I'll never do again, the personal exhibition by Matteo Negri, has been extended until 9th June 2013, by ABC-ARTE Gallery, headed by Antonio Borghese, in Genoa. The title of the exhibition quotes the corrosive reportage by David Foster Wallace about the typology of the average American man�s holidays in the Caribbean.

There is a strong playful component in the work by …

A supposedly fun thing I'll never do again, the personal exhibition by Matteo Negri, has been extended until 9th June 2013, by ABC-ARTE Gallery, headed by Antonio Borghese, in Genoa. The title of the exhibition quotes the corrosive reportage by David Foster Wallace about the typology of the average American man�s holidays in the Caribbean.

There is a strong playful component in the work by Matteo Negri (Milan 1982), which goes from sculpture, art installations and photography, together with an intense thinking of the human subject form childhood to the adult age. This work is completed by …

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Via XX Settembre 11A
Genova, Italy, IT
Monday, Sunday, Closed
Tuesday–Saturday, 9am–1:30pm, 2:30pm–6:30pm