In October 1971, an art exhibition held in Paris crowns Francis Bacon as one of the greatest painters of his time. The day just before the exhibition, however, George Dyer – lover and art-model of the Irish artist – kills himself in the hotel room that they were staying in. Looking at George’s portraits, Bacon re-lives in his mind the intense relationship that he had with his lover, in a mix of artistic triumph and failure that inevitably become the main theme of his artwork.
by Federico Bellini directed by Antonio Latella with Giovanni Franzoni stage and costume designer Graziella Pepe music and sound design Franco Visioli light design Simone De Angelis production Brunella Giolivo management Michele Mele produced by stabilemobile première June 8th, 2014 - Teatro Argentina in Roma – Il Garofano Verde
© Brunella Giolivo