PoliArte (L’Arte delle Arti) a Fano

PoliArte (L’Arte delle Arti)

Gabriele Basilico, Alberto Garutti, Ugo La Pietra, Corrado Levi, Alessandro Mendini

A cura di Giacinto Di Pietrantonio

27 luglio – 8 settembre 2019

Sedi

Palazzo Bracci-Pagani, Corso G. Matteotti 97, Fano

Accademia degli Scomposti – Circolo Cittadino, Via G. Garibaldi, 17, Fano

Conferenza stampa giovedì 25 luglio ore 11 – Palazzo Bracci-Pagani

Cerimonia di inaugurazione sabato 27 luglio ore 19 – Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Fano

La mostra PoliArte (L’Arte delle Arti) che si terrà dal 27 luglio all’8 settembre 2019 a Fano, presso Palazzo Bracci-Pagani e l’Accademia degli Scomposti, è organizzata dalla Galleria Enrico Astuni Bologna con il patrocinio di Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Fano, Sistema Museale di Palazzo Bracci Pagani, Comune di Fano Assessorato Cultura e Turismo, Accademia degli Scomposti – Circolo Cittadino e dell’Accademia Vitruvio Fanum.

 

MIART

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 With pleasure Galleria Enrico Astuni announces its participation to

MIART
05 – 07.04. 2019

We will be happy to welcome you at
Established Masters – Pad. 3 Booth B50

With works by:
Gabriele Basilico
Alberto Garutti
Ugo La Pietra
Corrado Levi
Alessandro Mendini

MIART, fieramilanocity, Milano.
Entrance: Viale Scarampo, gate 5, pav. 3

PoliArte (L’Arte delle Arti)

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PoliArte (L’Arte delle Arti)
Gabriele Basilico, Alberto Garutti, Ugo La Pietra, Corrado Levi, Alessandro Mendini

Curated by
Giacinto Di Pietrantonio

Opening
Venerdì 1 febbraio 2019 ore 19
02 febbraio – 27 aprile 2019

Opening time during ART CITY Bologna
Friday 1st February | 10 am -12 pm
Saturday 2nd February | 10 am -12 pm
Sunday 3 February | 10 am -1 pm  / 3 -7 pm

Press release

Invitation

Maria Thereza Alves

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Recipes for Survival
By Maria Thereza Alves
Foreword By Michael Taussig

University of Texas press

“This is a very powerful and beautiful depiction of life under the weight of poverty and histories of slavery, colonialism, and exploitation capitalism in Brazil. It is profoundly moving.”
Kathleen Stewart, University of Texas at Austin

Press release

www.combinedacademic.co.uk

 

Kamen Stoyanov

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Kamen Stoyanov

Phantasy is more important

Curated by Boris Kostadinov

25.09 – 25.10 2018

Notgalerie, Urbanes Field / U2 Aspern Nord, 1220 Vienna

SUZANNE LACY

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ARIADNE: A SOCIAL ART NETWORK (1977-82) originated as a conceptual art work to provide a structure to amplify the political impact of Suzanne Lacy and Leslie Labowitz’s public performance interventions on violence against women.

The website acts as a research and educational tool for artists, educators, activists and students, exploring the long history of feminist activists and artists, working to end violence against women, who paved the way for the contemporary moment of the #MeToo movement.

The Performing Archive project

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STEVEN PIPPIN WORK (WITHIN A WORK)

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STEVEN PIPPIN. WORK (WITHIN A WORK)

Opening saturday 22nd September, 7 pm

22nd September 2018 – 05th January 2019

This exhibition highlights Steven Pippin ongoing interest and fascination with 0° degree longitude, the Prime meridian, his studio being situated close to the Greenwich Observatory in South East London since the late 1980s.

WORK (WITHIN A WORK) brings together a selection of works span some 28 years and covers a range of activity from performance, photography, sculpture, experimental film and engineering. The binding, underlying concern of infinity (within the mundane and boring) along with complexity (in the seemingly simple domestic everyday) are topics the artist constantly re-examines.

The Greenwich meridian is the central axis about which the exhibition is articulated, covering different areas and disciplines such as conceptual work, philosophical musings and scientific experiments.