valentina by guido crepax exhibition at triennale milan
valentina by guido crepax exhibition at triennale milan valentina by guido crepax exhibition at triennale milan
sep 11, 2008

valentina by guido crepax exhibition at triennale milan

image © guido crepax guido crepax, valentina, the shape of time

at: triennale bovisa, milan, italy
from: september 21, 2008 to february 9, 2009

guido crepax was one of italy’s most well known italian comic artists, famous for creating the character of valentina rosselli in 1965. originally a minor character in the comic series neutron valentina became the sole protagonist. illustrated in black and white her character a milanese photographer displayed the changes in time of the sixties, seventies and eighties. a new exhibition will open dedicated to the thirty year work of crepax and his character of valentina. the exhibition displays the evolution of valentina through original drawings, large scale drawings and projected images. visitors are also given an inside look into the workings of crepax and subjects such as history and politics that influenced his storylines displayed through a collection of art works, magazine articles, interviews with his close friends and snippets of movies.

image © guido crepax 

image © guido crepax

 guido crepax posing for valentina, image courtesy la triennale di milano, italy 



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