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Madonna Attends Son's Art Show in Milan, Expresses Pride and Gratitude

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Quadri Adejumo
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Madonna Attends Son's Art Show in Milan, Expresses Pride and Gratitude

Iconic pop singer Madonna exuded immense pride as she attended her son Rocco Ritchie's art show in Milan, where he painted a nude model live. The event took place at Palazzo Reale and became a part of a joint exhibition with the renowned Italian fashion photography duo, Luigi, and Iango.

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Live Art Performance

American model Lynley Eilers posed nude except for a white base coat, forming the canvas for Rocco's creativity. Using the primary colors red, yellow, and blue, Rocco crafted his art, while an orchestra provided a musical backdrop with Ravel's 'Bolero'. The entire performance was a unique blend of art and music, captivating the audience.

A Proud Mother's Moment

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Madonna, with 19 million followers on Instagram, shared her experience of the 'magical evening'. She expressed her gratitude towards everyone involved, including Luigi and Iango, Palazzo Reale Milano, Dolce & Gabbana, and the Abramovic Institute. She hailed Rocco, co-founder of Maison Rhed, a gallery of his own, for his artistic prowess and credited his parents for instilling the love of art in him.

A Family Reconciled

Despite previous reports of a strained relationship due to a custody battle between Madonna and filmmaker Guy Ritchie, the family appeared to have reconciled. Madonna, currently on the Italian leg of The Celebration Tour, a retrospective of her 40-year career, paused to participate in Rocco's milestone event. Although the tour faced challenges when Madonna had to cancel some dates due to a bacterial infection requiring intensive care treatment, the popstar made sure to be present for her son's momentous occasion.

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