Kreative Art Design promotes INRI, the exhibition of contemporary sacred art featuring the works of Carla Bruschi, selected by art critic Professor Giorgio Gregorio Grasso

Kreative Art Design promotes INRI, the exhibition of contemporary sacred art featuring the works of Carla Bruschi, selected by art critic Professor Giorgio Gregorio Grasso

On the occasion of Easter, the unique exhibition, open for only a few hours, will take place on Saturday, March 23, 2024, at 4:30 PM at the Church of Santa Maria alla Fontana, located in the picturesque square of the same name at number 7, in Milan

Il Crocifisso

Milan, Italy – On the occasion of Holy Easter, reative Art Design is pleased to present INRI, an extraordinary exhibition of contemporary sacred art, featuring selected works by the versatile artist Carla Bruschi. Curated by Professor Giorgio Gregorio Grasso, art critic and historian, these pieces represent a unique expression of spirituality and creativity.

The temporary exhibition will take place, for just a few hours, on Saturday, March 23, 2024, at the Church¬† Santa Maria alla Fontana, located in the picturesque square of the same name at number 7, in Milan. The event will be open to the public with free admission, from 4:30 PM to 6:30 PM. Carla Bruschi’s works promise to offer an extraordinary and unparalleled experience, celebrating sacred art in a contemporary manner.

Da sinistra Karine Aivasian (KreativeArtDesign.com), Giorgio Gregorio Grasso, Carla Bruschi
Da sinistra Karine Aivasian (KreativeArtDesign.com), Giorgio Gregorio Grasso, Carla Bruschi

Six works that celebrate the Passion of Christ. A journey of profound pain marked by betrayal, persecution, slander, loneliness, and abandonment. In that sacrifice is encompassed all the pain of the world, of all times and from every corner of the earth. And that sacrifice represents the infinite love of Jesus for humanity, for every single human being. Everyone has their own Calvary, everyone has their own path: there is only one pain, and it must be healed with love. Every cross calls for peace.

Opening the exhibition is a marvelous work: a crucifix measuring two meters, crafted from ancient oak planks, a wood dating back to the 1700s, and fragments of mirrors representing Christ. In the work, created in collaboration with artist Luigi Viggiano, “every living being can reflect in Christ, in him differences coexist and come together in a mosaic of humanity made of light. And the cross is there, ready to support us all and to demonstrate that even fractured, we are unique and unrepeatable and reflect the love of Jesus Christ,” explains Carla Bruschi. Following are five paintings representing the “Five Mysteries of Pain”.

The catalog of the works can be found in the file catalogo-inri.pdf