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“Black Cloud”: an installation made of thousands of black butterflies by Carlos Amorales

A swarm of 15,000 black paper butterflies shaped in various sizes and species takes over the Fondazione Adolfo Pini, in Milan, from April 2 to July 8. This is a part of the series with more than a decade Black Cloud by Mexico-based artist Carlos Amorales, as a part of his solo exhibition The Accursed Hour, which also includes silhouettes and other works by Amorales.

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Curated by Leandro Lima

CEO-founder of Flooxia. A Brazil-based amateur fine art photographer, among other things, who loves visual arts, nature, science, and innovative technologies.

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