Fabula by Charles Fréger, on stage at the Armani/Silos in Milan, goes together with an original storyline and a little bit magic and amazement, all of them essential elements of fairy tales. Indeed, it’s a pretty special fairy tale, that, while fascinating us, tells about different communities, the individuals composing them and the dress codes they adopt in order to be part of a group. It’s an extensive anthological exhibition documenting Freger’s still ongoing research, showing over two hundred and fifty images, from the early Water Polo swimmers series (2000) to more recent images, such as the Mardi Gras Indians […]
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