Balloon Museum, the first in the world composed entirely of balloon & inflatable art, lands in Rome with the exhibition Let’s Fly, innovative works created by the greatest artists recognized worldwide who convey their social message through their Pop style creations.
Among the protagonists of the exhibition: Cyril Lancelin, a French artist among the most celebrated exponents of international inflatable art, presents two site specific works, including his large-scale Knot for the first time in Italy; the Catalans Penique Production with their enormous inflatable that can be visited inside in dialogue with the industrial space of the Viale Angelico garage; from New York Pneuhaus & Bike Powered Events, with the first in Europe of Canopy, an interactive inflatable installation to raise public awareness on the issue of conscious energy production, through a dynamo system that allows it to live in a participatory manner; Motorefisicot who with the work Never ending story give life to a unique infinity room; Signal Creative proposes Living Forest, an interactive installation with a high ethical value to reflect on the theme of the necessary green transition of cities, the public can interact with the work through a dynamic system operated through donations that contribute to a program of environmental sustainability; the Quiet Ensemble present Hypercosmo, their first work in the Hyper series, the representation of a new macrocosm, a reinterpretation of a natural environment where the upper and lower part are in direct communication and involve the human being.
Lux internal production installations are also part of the exhibition.
In Balloon Museum art, artist and spectator coexist for a journey into the world of balloon & inflatable art capable of freeing the imagination of all ages.
From 7 December 2021 to 5 March 2022
Monday to Friday from 4 to 10 pm
Saturday and Sunday from 10 to 22