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The weekend exhibitions: from Nanda Vigo to Omar Hassan

2020-02-27T15:06:30.866Z

Although the health emergency for Coronavirus has led to the closure of the exhibition spaces in northern Italy and the consequent postponement of many inaugurations, on the first weekend of March there will be several exhibitions that will be possible to visit. (HANDLE)



ROME - Although the health emergency for Coronavirus has led to the closure of the exhibition spaces in northern Italy and the consequent postponement of many inaugurations, on the first weekend of March there will be several exhibitions that will be possible to visit.
ROME - From 27 February to 29 March the Bilotti Museum will be the first stage of the pilot project "The other works. Artists who collect artists", born with the aim of making the public known through a great event over eighty artists who "introduce themselves "through their contemporary art collection. The exhibition offers a dialogue between different languages ​​through the artistic choices of the authors who have the opportunity to interact with the works they love and collected in the Capitoline museum realities, but it will also be a way to get to know the "tastes" of individual artists through their collection choices. After the Bilotti Museum, the project will involve until September 27 the Museum of Rome in Trastevere, the Canonica Museum, the Napoleonic Museum and the Gam. The "From the past" multimedia art exhibition is held at the Korean Cultural Institute from February 25 to March 26, which presents contemporary works inspired by the traditional cultural heritage of Korea to the public. The rooms are divided into three rooms: the first, the past, with the works of Junghwan Sung, with the works of ancient painting reinterpreted; the second, the present, with the artist Seung ku Han, section where you can try to play the Buk, one of the traditional Korean instruments still used today; and finally the third, the future, with the group of multimedia art artists Le Congpoje. The exhibition "Miresi. Will remain open until April 26 at the Centrale Montemartini and the Galleria d'Arte Moderna.
Looks and Architectures. Berlin / Rome / Barcelona ", new exhibition concept of the project" From La Biennale di Venezia & OPEN to Rome. International Perspectives "inaugurated on February 20. The Italian artist Miresi, active for over 20 years in Berlin, presents a series of works dedicated to the" looks "and" architectures "of three European cities - Berlin / Rome / Barcelona - in parallel with museum spaces and Capitoline collections.
PALERMO - Writings, drawings and objects to document the artistic process that has transformed the experience of the shared time of thirty people, including prisoners, social and health workers, museum workers and prison police, in installations, videos and performances: it is titled "What remains "the exhibition project scheduled at Palazzo Branciforte from February 28 to March 29. The exhibition represents the final outcome of the project The Art of Freedom, curated by Elisa Fulco and Antonio Leone, inside the Calogero di Bona - Ucciardone prison in Palermo.
TERMOLI - From March 1st to May 16th MACTE hosts the exhibition "Nanda Vigo. Light Project 2020". Born to explore the results of the friendship between the artist and the Termoli Prize, the exhibition investigates the work done by Nanda Vigo since the 70s and his experimentation between art, architecture and design.
NAPLES - The exhibition "Sotto Sopra" by Omar Hassan will open until 22 March at PAN - Palazzo delle Arti in Naples. The project hosts a selection of works focused on time as an object of research, units of measurement and artistic obsession, all unpublished and created for the occasion.
SESTO FIORENTINO - From March 1 to 31 the Soffitta Spazio delle Arti welcomes "di-Vino", the solo exhibition of the Florentine artist Giorgio Butini. A selection of large works, about twelve, all recently made, on display in which the artist celebrates the beauty and balance between strength and harmony of forms.
TEXAS (USA) - At the Kimbell Art Museum in Fort Worth from March 1 to June 14, the collection of one of the main Italian museums will be the protagonist thanks to the "Flesh and blood" exhibition which presents over 40 masterpieces from the Capodimonte Museum in Naples. From Titian to Raphael, from Parmigianino to El Greco, and then Annibale Carracci, Artemisia Gentileschi, Guido Reni, Jusepe de Ribera and Luca Giordano, the path focuses on Renaissance and Baroque art. Among the works also the exceptional loan of the painting by Caravaggio The flagellation of Christ, which demonstrates the influence of the painter on the artists active in Naples. (HANDLE).

Source: ansa

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