SOGGETTIVA will last until January the 3rd of the next year. It takes place every Friday with movies chosen by great exponents of arts (past editions have hosted Damien Hirst, Theaster Gates, Luc Tuymans, Nicolas Winding Refn and Pedro Almodovar’s choices). They propose a movie selection that has deeply influenced their own artistic and personal path. This time it's up to John Baldessari, the 88-year-old American conceptual artist, effective interpreter of different forms of visual expression concerning American cultural evolution, especially the one related to the West Coast. There are 11 films chosen by the Californian artist, all set in thriller and noir atmospheres, among them some indisputable masterpieces such as: Dracula by Tod Browning (1931), M - The monster of Düsseldorf by Fritz Lang (1931), Vertigo (1958) and North by Northwest (1959) by Alfred Hitchcock and much more.