Milanese play TENNIS in 16th Century Church

Tennis players tried out their skills in the unorthodox setting of Milan's San Paolo Converso Church on Thursday, as part of artist Asad Raza's exhibition titled 'Untitled (plot for dialogue)'. According to a written description of the exhibition, «For Raza, the game serves as a method of absorbing energetic drive into symbolic but non-harmful practices.» One of the exhibition participants... Еще described how «crazy» it felt to be doing «a very active normal thing in a place that you usually feel it should be very serious and solemn.» The Roman Catholic Church has a Baroque facade designed by Italian painter and architect Giovan Battista Crespi. The building is now privately owned and is used as the headquarters of architecture firm CLS Architetti and acts as a contemporary art space.

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