This artist transforms a 16th century church into a tennis court

2017-11-14 // art unusual

This tennis court, set in a 16th century church in Milan, is without a doubt one of the most beautiful playgrounds in the world! Untitled (plot for dialogue) is an amazing creation by artist Asad Raza, who rethinks sports as a reflection on the importance of unproductive activities in our society, based on work and productivity. A fascinating installation in which the modernity and colors of tennis contrast sharply with the mystical and religious atmosphere of the San Paolo Converso church in Milan.

Images © Andrea Rossetti

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