Curator Bianca Friundi will discuss the current exhibition at the Museo Italo Americano featuring the Milanese father-son duo Giancarlo and Giovanni Cerri, “The Art of Two Generations.”
This exhibition is an ideal opportunity for a comparison between them, quite different artists in their themes and expressive language. Giancarlo started out as a figurative artist focusing mostly on the theme of nature. His painting progressively evolved into the abstract. Giovanni, of the next generation, is instead attracted to a narrative form, focusing on the urban landscape, and the interpretation of industrial archaeology.
“CERRI: The Art of Two Generations” is on view at the Museo Italo Americano through February 20, 2022. For more information on this exhibit, see the Museo’s website here.
Bianca Friundi is the Curator and Communications Director of the Museo Italo Americano and teaches all levels of Italian there. A native of Italy, she has attended the School for Interpreters and Translators “Silvio Pellico” in Milan, and graduated from the IULM in Milan in Foreign Languages and Literature. In Italy, Bianca worked for the national consumer organization Altroconsumo, and has been with the Museo Italo Americano since 2012. She is deeply involved in the local Italian and Italian American community, and she leads the Museo Italian Conversation Group. She is also a new Cenacolista.