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Nov
10
Fri
(Italiano) Mezz’ora dopo la chiusura – STREET ART Opere murali a Palazzo Collicola @ Palazzo Collicola Arti Visive
Nov 10 @ 19:00

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Nov
17
Fri
(Italiano) Mezz’ora dopo la chiusura – Teatro Nuovo Gian Carlo Menotti, dalle terme al teatro @ Palazzo Collicola
Nov 17 @ 19:00
Nov
24
Fri
Mezz’ora dopo la chiusura – Sumptuous clothes and precious lace @ Palazzo Collicola
Nov 24 @ 19:00
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Mezz’ora dopo la chiusura #215
Palazzo Collicola Visual Arts

Sumptuous clothes and precious lace

Mezz’ora dopo la chiusura, the event by Sistema Museo, returns on Friday 24 November 2017 at 19.00.

It is a trip through the history of costumes, shown through the works of art at the Piano Nobile in Palazzo Collicola; the protagonists are the paintings in which noble Spoletans flaunt their sumptuous clothes and precious lace.

The evening will go on with a tasting of typical local products. Thanks go to Con Spoleto – Spoleto Hotel Managers’ Association.

Participation fee:
Guided visit – full fare- € 7,00
Guided visit – reduction – € 5,00 for Spoleto Card holders
Aperitive – € 5,00

INFO:
Reservation is strongly encouraged, for organizative reasons, deadline is at 13:00 of Friday 24 November.
news.spoletomusei@sistemamuseo.it
Ph
. 0743 46434

Dec
1
Fri
THE FOUR SEASONS: CHRISTMAS IN SPOLETO @ Spoleto
Dec 1 2017 – Jan 14 2018 all-day
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PROGRAMME

Friday 1 – Sunday 3 December
from 10.00 to 20.00 – Corso Mazzini
SPOLETO CHOCOFEST – Feast of Craft Chocolate
A long weekend featuring chocolate in all its shapes, workshops for children, animation and music, organised by Associazione Pro Loco di Spoleto “A. Busetti”, featuring the special presentation of sapphrane flavored chocolate

Friday 1 December
h 17.00 – Spoleto National Archaeological Museum
NARRATING HISTORY
By Spoleto National Archaeological Museum and Roman Theatre
Enrico Benelli (Ancient Mediterranean Study Institute – CNR Rome): The Sabines: an Italian people among myth, history and archaeology. New lights from the excavations in Colle del Forno

h 20.00 – Zengoni Restaurant

GUESS WHO’S COMING TO DINNER… FEATURING DON MATTEO
An evening to say hello and goodbye to the Don Matteo tv cast, by Con Spoleto – Hotel Managers’ Association

Saturday 2 December
h 17.00 – Salone d’Onore, Palazzo Leti Sansi (Via Arco di Druso 37)
Book presentation: SPOLETO CINEMA, 1969 – 1971. MYTH AND MYTHS OF THE SEVENTH ART IN THE CITY OF THE FESTIVAL by Antonella Cristina Manni, preface by Gian Luigi Rondi and afterword by Marco Rambaldi, by Associazione Amici di Spoleto

Sunday 3 December
h 9.00 – start from the Museum of the Railway (via Fratelli Cervi 10), toward the Caprareccia Station
SANTA IS A TRAINMAN
Photographic excursion on the former Spoleto – Norcia railroad, organized by the Italian Red Cross, Spoleto Section, in collaboration with Umbria Mobilità and CO.MO.DO. Elders and children will be allowed to reach Caprareccia on board the Dotto train, that’ll leave from the Museum at 11.00

11-00 – 16.00 Spoleto National Archaeological Museum
VIETATO NON TOCCARE!! (Please do touch!!)
By: Spoleto National Archaeological Museum and Roman Theatre – Tactile guided visits ath the Spoleto National Archaeological Museum and Roman Theatre, on the occasion of the World Day for the Rights of Challenged People

Monday 5 December
h 16.00 – Rocca Albornoz
NEW VISIT ITINERARIES AT THE MUSEUM OF THE DUCHY
Project presentation by Polo Museale dell’Umbria and Museum of the Duchy of Spoleto

Thursday 7 December
h 17.00 – Public Library
GIUFÀ’s STORIES
Born To Read Fest
Meetings featuring animated readings dedicated to children, parents, grandparents, teachers, featuring storyteller Mirko Revoyera
By Biblioteca Comunale “G. Carducci” and Sistema Museo

Friday 8 December
h 8.00 – viale Trento e Trieste
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION FAIR
By Associazione culturale L’Arte e La Terra

h 9.30 – Track-and-field plants, piazza d’Armi
RUNNING COMPETITION
15-km-long running race, start and arrive at the track-and-field plants in piazza d’Armi, organized by Atletica Spoleto 2010 and Spoleto Run Event

h 17.00 – Teatro Nuovo G. C. Menotti
CHRISTMAS CONCERT
The concert is by the “Città di Spoleto” music ensemble, including AVIS Grand Gala, featuring baroque, opera, film and pop music. Conductor: maestro Angelo Rosati

Saturday 9 – 16 / Sunday 10 – 17 – 24 December
from 15.30 to 18.30, Corso Garibaldi 23 (Palazzo Antonelli)
ELVES’ WORKSHOP – LET’S BUILD CHRISTMAS TOGETHER
A project by cultural associations “Spoleto A Colori” and “Il Borgo”
A parade of industrious elves will welcome children to their workshop, where they will learn how to creatively wrap Christmas gifts; joinery, robotics, painting, theatre, dressmaking and cribmaking along Corso Garibaldi, Via dei Gesuiti and Via Portafuga. The best Christmas of all is that we make together. Bring your used toys with you and take part in the great gift exchange of 24 December. Info on www.spoletoacolori.it

from 16.00 to 19.00, from piazza Torre dell’Olio to piazza del Mercato
The former newsstand becomes Santa’s Post Office
The natural prosecution of the Elves’ work, children will find special hints along the streets in downtown Spoleto, that’ll finally lead them to discover Santa’s house; by Cittadinanzattiva, Associazione Be Human and Associazione Orizzonti

Saturday 9 December
h 16.00 – Spoleto National Archaeological Museum and Roman Theatre and church of St. Agatha
60 YEARS OF EMOTIONS. 1958-2017. THE CITY IN THE FESTIVAL, A FESTIVAL IN THE CITY
Guided tour by Sistema Museo for Spoleto Card holders

h 16.30 – Spoleto Public Library, Congress Hall, 2nd floor
SERTORIUS’ PARCHMENTS – THE ROMAN WHO CHALLENGED ROME
Book presentation featuring author Nelson Martinico, alias Giuseppe Elio Ligotti

h 18.00 – Spoleto National Archaeological Museum
RENDEZ-VOUS DANSE FRANÇAISE
French dance exhibition by Carole Magnini and Francesco d’Oronzo

h 21.00 Teatro Nuovo Gian Carlo Menotti
UN BORGHESE PICCOLO PICCOLO (An Average Little Man)
By Teatro Stabile dell’Umbria, 2017/2018 Prose Season

Sunday 10 December
from 8.00 to 21.00, Piazza della Libertà, Corso Mazzini and around
ANTIQUES MARKET

h 15.30, Palazzo Collicola Visual Arts, Carandente Library
PLOT AND PLOTS… THE LONGOBARDS
Readings and weaving workshop for families and children (8 yo and above)
By Public Library and Sistema Museo

h 8.30 – Rocca Albornoz, Courtyard of Arms
CHRISTMAS DOG SHOW
Beauty competition for pedigree and non pedigree dogs, by C.S.A.A. and ARCI CACCIA

Tuesday 12 December
h 17.00 – “G. Carducci” City Library
DANCING WITH CHILDREN
The reading that turns into movement, giving word to the body.
Included in the Nati per Leggere (Born To Read) project
For children aged 3-5
Featuring Carole Magnini, organized by the City Library

Friday 15 December
h 21.00 – Teatro Nuovo G. C. Menotti
ONCE IN A LIFETIME
by Gianni Clementi, organized by the Compagnia Teatrale Sipario, directed by Graziano Petrini. Shows organized in collaboration with “Comitato Soci Coop di Spoleto” and intended for fundraising in favour of the Association “Women Against War”

from Saturday 16 December
Inauguration at 14.30 – Downtown Spoleto
Collicola onthewall presents URBAN SCREENS
Curated by Gianluca Marziani

This highly innovative project consists of works by some of the artists who have been featured the last few years at Palazzo Collicola, printed on panels and installed over the windows and shutters of some rooms at the ground floor of currently unused buildings in downtown Spoleto. Workshops with schools: the students meet the artists.

Saturday 16 December
h 17.30 – Teatro Nuovo G. C. Menotti
(H)AS CHRISTMAS SOUND
Christmas concert of the “Alessandro Onofri” Music and Dance School

h 18.30 – Church of St. Agatha
CHRISTMAS CONCERT
by the ensemble Canto Ergo Sum conducted by maestro Mauro Presazzi, organized by the Associazione Progetto Arte in collaboration with the Spoleto National Archaeological Museum and Roman Theatre.

Sunday 17 December
h 16.30 – National Archaeological Museum of Spoleto
Catalogue Presentation: FRAGMENTS OF AN EXPERIENCE
curated by Progetto Arte, Edizioni AddArte Spoleto with National Archaeological Museum and Teatro Romano. Some works by the artist Gianluca Murasecchi linked to the Valnerina will be re-proposed and a performative re-enactment will be held on the theme, curated by Carole Magnini

h 16.30 – Teatro Nuovo G. C. Menotti
A HIP-HOP CHRISTMAS
Show produced by Compagnia Mattioli as part of the family theatre festival “La Domenica dei Sogni”

Monday 18 December
h 17.00 – “G. Carducci” City Library
SANTA’S SLEDGE
Party for children

Thursday 21 December
h 17.00 – “G. Carducci” City Library
THE MOST BEAUTIFUL GIFT
Animated reading meeting on Christmas for children, parents, grandparents, educators.
By Francesca Cenciarelli and Maria Luisa Morici
Included in the Nati per Leggere (Born To Read) project
Organized by the City Library

18.00 – Sala Pegasus
OPEN LESSONS. READING ALOUD, THE DIFFICULT ART OF THE TRANSLATOR WHO CREATES
Meeting with Anna Leonardi, organised by the Teodelapio Association

Friday 22 December
h 17.00 – National Archaeological Museum
RECOUNTING HISTORY
The necropolis of Piazza d’ Armi, new readings, restoration and reconstructions. Presentation of copies of the bronze and iron sceptres made thanks to the contribution of Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Spoleto.
Curated by: Spoleto National Archaeological Museum and Roman Theatre

Saturday 23 December
h 17.00 – “G. Carducci” City Library
A HOUSE MADE OF CLOUDS
Fairy tale by Sabina Antonelli
Followed by A small workshop
Included in the Nati per Leggere (Born To Read) project
Organized by the City Library

Friday 22 and Saturday 23 December
h 21.30 – Teatro Nuovo G. C. Menotti
BAD-BLOODED RELATIVES
Theatre performance presented by Wood Pictures, curated by the Company Teatro della Mandarina. A Comedy in two acts

Tuesday 26 – Saturday 30 December and Saturday 6 January
from 17.00 – Old village of Rapicciano – Spoleto
5th edition of the LIVING NATIVITY SCENES
Curated by the Parish of San Giovanni in Baiano, the Proloco di Baiano, the Opera Segno dell’Alta Marroggia Association, the La Traussa theatre company and with the artistic direction of Danilo Chiodetti

Tuesday 26 December
h 17.30 – Teatro Nuovo G. C. Menotti
GOSPEL CONCERT, CHERYL PORTER BAND
Cheryl Porter’s unique voice for a concert full of emotions

Thursday 28 December
h 17.00 – “G. Carducci” City Library
THE MOON IS A SILVER GIRL TOO
Fairy tale by Sabina Antonelli
Included in the Nati per Leggere (Born To Read) project
Organized by the City Library

Friday 29 December
h 17.00 – First floor of the Monumental Complex of San Nicolò
END-OF-THE-YEAR CONCERT
Baroque music for harpsichord, soloist Marco Mencoboni, organized by the Academy of the Obtuses

Saturday 30 December
h 20.00 – Teatro Nuovo Gian Carlo Menotti
THE WORLD ON STAGE
Projection of documentary film on the history of the Spoleto Festival – curated by the Fondazione Festival dei Due Mondi. Directed by Benoît Jacquot and Gérald Caillat, on a concept by Giorgio Ferrara, the film is produced by Maurizio and Manuel Tedesco for Baires Produzioni, Françoise Gazio for Idéale Audience and Fondazione Festival dei Due Mondi di Spoleto in collaboration with RAI COM and is realized with the contribution of the Fund to support the development of co-productions of cinematographic works between France and RAI COM.

Sunday 31 December
from 22.30 – Piazza della Libertà
NEW YEAR’ S EVE
TRANCE CONTINENTAL EXPRESS
In the heart of Spoleto, on the façades of the palaces and on the floor of Piazza della Libertà, a journey of images and sounds in the colours of the world will take place on the night of December 31.

A Danny Rose Paris project, curated by BIPEDE Booking and Production and Danny Rose Paris

Wednesday 3 January
h 11.00 / 16.00 – Spoleto National Archaeological Museum
60 YEARS OF EMOTIONS. 1958-2017. THE CITY IN THE FESTIVAL, A FESTIVAL IN THE CITY
Guided tours to the Monumental Complex of St. Agatha and to the Exhibition.
Curated by: Spoleto National Archaeological Museum and Roman Theatre

Thursday 4 January
h 17.00 – “G. Carducci” City Library
FRIENDS UNDER THE SUN
Animated reading meetings dedicated to children, parents, grandparents, educators, with live music with Sabina Antonelli
Curated by: G. Carducci City Library and Sistema Museo

Friday 5 January
from 8.00 to 21.00 – Piazza Garibaldi
EPIPHANY FAIR

h 11.00 / 16.00 – Spoleto National Archaeological Museum
THE TRUE LIGHT: SIGNS OF HEAVEN AND EARTH
Guided tours linked to the themes of Christmas holidays, organized by the Spoleto National Archaeological Museum and Roman Theatre

Saturday 6 January
h 15.00 – Piazza Garibaldi
FEAST OF CHRISTMAS WITCHES
Organized by the Italian Red Cross – Spoleto Section in collaboration with young CRI volunteers. Paint-Your-Face for children, lots of games, balloons and surprise arrival of the Befana at 16:30

Monday 8 January
h 21.00 – Sala Pegasus
HOW STORIES WORK
Projection of the film “AMAHL AND THE NIGHT GUESTS”
by Gian Carlo Menotti
Something about Menotti, something about Spoleto
Curated by the City Library “G. Carducci”

Monday 8 through Wednesday 10 January
Mon at 21.00 – Tue at 21.00 – Wed at 18.00 – Teatro Caio Melisso – Spazio Carla Fendi
TODI IS A SMALL TOWN IN THE CENTER OF ITALY
Curated by Teatro Stabile dell’Umbria for the 2017/2018 Prose Season of the City of Spoleto

Tuesday 9 January
VOICE AND BODY IN THEATRE – Workshop for kids
h 17.00 – “G. Carducci” City Library
Featuring Carole Magnini
Included in the Nati per Leggere (Born To Read) project
Organized by the City Library

Friday 12 January
h 18.00 – Sala Pegasus
HOT ANTHOLOGY – THE ILLUSTRIOUS EXTINCT
Pirandello read by Claudio Trionfi
Organised by the Teodelapio Association

Saturday 13 January
h 17.00 – “G. Carducci” City Library
Book presentation: GAIA E I FRULLI
i.e. the earthquake explained to children
Featuring the author Maria Luisa Morici and Francesca Cenciarelli
Included in the Nati per Leggere (Born To Read) project
Organized by the City Library

Sunday 14 January
from 8.00 to 21.00 – Piazza della Libertà, Corso Mazzini and surrounding streets
ANTIQUES’ MARKET

EXHIBITIONS

LIGHTQUAKE 2017 BLACK LIGHT ART
from 6 December 2017 to 25 February 2018 – Rocca Albornoz and Museum of the Duchy of Spoleto.
Curated by Polo Museale dell’Umbria, MIBACT
Opening: Tuesday 5 December 2017 at 18.00, Rocca Albornoz

THE GAME OF PAINTING. PAOLA MASINO’S COLLECTION OF PAINTED CARDS
from 7 December 2017 to 2 April 2018 – MAG Palazzo Bufalini Piazza Duomo
Curated by: Cultural association Metamorfosi Art Gallery
Opening: Thursday, December 7, 2017 at 17.00
Attendees will include exhibition curators Marinella Mascia Galateria and Patrizia Masini

ENRICO CORTE / ANDREA NURCIS EXCERPTA
from December 16 – Palazzo Collicola Visual Arts, Piano Nobile and Exhibitions’ Floor
Curated by Gianluca Marziani
Opening: Saturday 16 December 2017 at 11.30

2017 VALNERINA REPORT
from December 16 – Palazzo Collicola Visual Arts, Sala Sten&Lex
curated by Viaggiatori sulla Flaminia
Lecturer: Agostino Lucidi (Cedrav Researcher)
Project: Studio A’ 87 / Curated by Viaindustriae – Studio A’ 87
Opening: Saturday 16 December 2017 at 11.30

SPOLETO, THE CITY IN A CRIB
from 8 December 2017 to 14 January 2018
Nativity scene exhibition: Church of San Simone – Sala degli Ori – Former Monte di Pietà – Auditorium della Stella
Curated by: Associazione Pro Loco di Spoleto “A. Busetti”
Inauguration: Friday 8 December at 12.00, Church of St. Simon

ARTISTIC CRIBS
Spoleto National Archaeological Museum and Roman Theatre
Curated by: Spoleto National Archaeological Museum and Roman Theatre in collaboration with the Istituto di Istruzione Superiore “Sansi – Leonardi – Volta” – Liceo Artistico Leoncillo Leonardi di Spoleto.
Opening: Friday 8 December 2017

COLLICOLA ON THE WALL PRESENTS URBAN SCREENS
Street art evolved on the city windows and displays
curated by Gianluca Marziani
Opening: Saturday 16 December at 11.30

ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXHIBITION
THE SIGN OF COMMAND
from December 22nd – Spoleto National Archaeological Museum and Roman Theatre
Made in collaboration with Associazione Astra Onlus and Istituto di Istruzione Superiore “Sansi – Leonardi – Volta” – Liceo Classico Pontano Sansi di Spoleto, with the contribution of Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Spoleto.
Opening: Friday, December 22nd at 18.30

(Italiano) Mezz’ora dopo la chiusura – LA FAMIGLIA COLLICOLA @ Palazzo Collicola Arti Visive
Dec 1 @ 19:00
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Mezz’ora dopo la chiusura #216
Palazzo Collicola Visual Arts

Participation fee:
Guided visit – full fare- € 7,00
Guided visit – reduction – € 5,00 for Spoleto Card holders
Aperitive – € 5,00

INFO:
Reservation is strongly encouraged, for organizative reasons, deadline is at 13:00 of Friday.
news.spoletomusei@sistemamuseo.it
Ph
. 0743 46434

Dec
6
Wed
(Italiano) Aspettando la Stagione di Prosa: Proiezione di UN BORGHESE PICCOLO PICCOLO @ Sala Pegasus
Dec 6 @ 18:00
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Sorry, this entry is only available in Italiano.

Dec
7
Thu
(Italiano) NATI PER LEGGERE – Letture animate per bambini, genitori, nonni, educatori @ Biblioteca comunale G. Carducci
Dec 7 2017 – Jan 16 2018 all-day

Sorry, this entry is only available in Italiano.

Dec
8
Fri
(Italiano) Fiera dell’Immacolata
Dec 8 @ 08:00

Sorry, this entry is only available in Italiano.

(Italiano) Mezz’ora dopo la chiusura – LA FAMIGLIA MAURI @ Palazzo Collicola Arti Visive
Dec 8 @ 19:00
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Mezz’ora dopo la chiusura #217
Palazzo Collicola Visual Arts

Participation fee:
Guided visit – full fare- € 7,00
Guided visit – reduction – € 5,00 for Spoleto Card holders
Aperitive – € 5,00

INFO:
Reservation is strongly encouraged, for organizative reasons, deadline is at 13:00 of Friday.
news.spoletomusei@sistemamuseo.it
Ph
. 0743 46434

Dec
10
Sun
(Italiano) NATI PER LEGGERE – TRAMA E TRAME… I LONGOBARDI @ Palazzo Collicola Arti Visive, Biblioteca Carandente
Dec 10 @ 15:30
Dec
15
Fri
(Italiano) Mezz’ora dopo la chiusura – LA FAMIGLIA PIANCIANI @ Palazzo Collicola Arti Visive
Dec 15 @ 19:00
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Mezz’ora dopo la chiusura #218
Palazzo Collicola Visual Arts

Participation fee:
Guided visit – full fare- € 7,00
Guided visit – reduction – € 5,00 for Spoleto Card holders
Aperitive – € 5,00

INFO:
Reservation is strongly encouraged, for organizative reasons, deadline is at 13:00 of Friday.
news.spoletomusei@sistemamuseo.it
Ph
. 0743 46434

Dec
16
Sat
Collicola onthewall presents SCHERMI URBANI (Urban Screens) @ Vie del centro storico
Dec 16 2017 – Apr 2 2018 all-day

from Saturday 16 December
Opening h 14.30 – Downtown Spoleto

Collicola onthewall presents

SCHERMI URBANI
Curated by Gianluca Marziani

SCHERMI URBANI is a Christmas event of public art, strongly wished for by the City administration which entrusted director of Palazzo Collicola Visual Arts Gianluca Marziani with its artistic curatorship.

The event involves some twenty sites in downtown Spoleto, including two former newsstands (Piazza Collicola, Piazza della Libertà), Palazzetto Ancaiani’s six displays (Piazza della Libertà) and some further fifteen dispays scattered across the city centre (Corso Mazzini, Via del Mercato, Via Salara Vecchia, via Minervio): the locations will be coated with great images of contemporary art, created by five artists who already collaborate with Palazzo Collicola Visual Arts.

“After last summer’s performance by street artist Ob Queberry in Piazza del Mercato – said Head of Culture and Tourism Camilla Laureti and Head of Town Planning Antonio Cappelletti – for the Christmas period we wanted the displays of closed shops to become the base for artistic interventions. It is a way to have the city centre live again and to try and envision a different future for this part of the city. We thank the shop owners who accepted to be featured, director Gianluca Marziani and the artists who joined in.”

EXCERPTA – Enrico Corte and Andrea Nurcis @ Palazzo Collicola
Dec 16 2017 – Mar 18 2018 all-day

EXCERPTA is the widest, most articulated exhibition ever by Enrico Corte and Andrea Nurcis, two artists considered to be among the most unclassifiable, experimental and visionary among the Italian contemporary artistic panorama.

It is the very first time that both the Piano Nobile and the Exhibitions’ Floor at Palazzo Collicola are used together for a single exhibitions that intertwines languages, themes, concepts and narrative forms.

The exhibition features two anthological, individual routes and a good number of works signed together, a usual exhibition pattern of the two artists.

Opening: 16 December at 11.30

Dec
22
Fri
(Italiano) Mezz’ora dopo la chiusura – LA FAMIGLIA CAMPELLO @ Palazzo Collicola Arti Visive
Dec 22 @ 19:00
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Mezz’ora dopo la chiusura #219
Palazzo Collicola Visual Arts

Participation fee:
Guided visit – full fare- € 7,00
Guided visit – reduction – € 5,00 for Spoleto Card holders
Aperitive – € 5,00

INFO:
Reservation is strongly encouraged, for organizative reasons, deadline is at 13:00 of Friday.
news.spoletomusei@sistemamuseo.it
Ph
. 0743 46434

Dec
29
Fri
(Italiano) Mezz’ora dopo la chiusura – LA FAMIGLIA ANCAJANI @ Palazzo Collicola Arti Visive
Dec 29 @ 19:00
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Mezz’ora dopo la chiusura #220
Palazzo Collicola Visual Arts

Participation fee:
Guided visit – full fare- € 7,00
Guided visit – reduction – € 5,00 for Spoleto Card holders
Aperitive – € 5,00

INFO:
Reservation is strongly encouraged, for organizative reasons, deadline is at 13:00 of Friday.
news.spoletomusei@sistemamuseo.it
Ph
. 0743 46434

Feb
9
Fri
BORN TO READ – Animated readings for children, parents, grandparents, educators @ Biblioteca comunale G. Carducci
Feb 9 @ 17:00
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The project BORN TO READ, that includes meetings of animated reading dedicated to children, parents, grandparents and educators, goes on with the following appointments, scheduled as usual at the Public Library in Palazzo Mauri at 17.00

Friday 9 February
STRIDING, TROTTING, GALLOPING
featuring storyteller Mirko Revoyera

Fairy tales of all times are crowded with horses, camels, donkeys. We know these protagonists, their courage, foolishness and wiseness; we should not forget that we always learn, even from a donkey.

Saturday 24 February
AND THE STORY BEGAN
featuring Domenico Madera and Alessia Rosi of Teatroleonde

Everything starts when a fox decides to have a fat, succulent goose for lunch. But the goose is a smart one and gets away unscathed…

Saturday 10 March
YUM!! I’LL EAT YOU
featuring Domenico Madera and Alessia Rosi of Teatroleonde

A fat, gluttonous little shepherdess spreads fear amongst her sheep; terror increases as a wolf by the long, sharp teeth arrives; fortunately it’s not the usual, sheep-eating wolf, but…

Feb
24
Sat
BORN TO READ – Animated readings for children, parents, grandparents, educators @ Biblioteca comunale G. Carducci
Feb 24 @ 17:00
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The project BORN TO READ, that includes meetings of animated reading dedicated to children, parents, grandparents and educators, goes on with the following appointments, scheduled as usual at the Public Library in Palazzo Mauri at 17.00

Friday 9 February
STRIDING, TROTTING, GALLOPING
featuring storyteller Mirko Revoyera

Fairy tales of all times are crowded with horses, camels, donkeys. We know these protagonists, their courage, foolishness and wiseness; we should not forget that we always learn, even from a donkey.

Saturday 24 February
AND THE STORY BEGAN
featuring Domenico Madera and Alessia Rosi of Teatroleonde

Everything starts when a fox decides to have a fat, succulent goose for lunch. But the goose is a smart one and gets away unscathed…

Saturday 10 March
YUM!! I’LL EAT YOU
featuring Domenico Madera and Alessia Rosi of Teatroleonde

A fat, gluttonous little shepherdess spreads fear amongst her sheep; terror increases as a wolf by the long, sharp teeth arrives; fortunately it’s not the usual, sheep-eating wolf, but…

Mar
10
Sat
BORN TO READ – Animated readings for children, parents, grandparents, educators @ Biblioteca comunale G. Carducci
Mar 10 @ 17:00
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The project BORN TO READ, that includes meetings of animated reading dedicated to children, parents, grandparents and educators, goes on with the following appointments, scheduled as usual at the Public Library in Palazzo Mauri at 17.00

Friday 9 February
STRIDING, TROTTING, GALLOPING
featuring storyteller Mirko Revoyera

Fairy tales of all times are crowded with horses, camels, donkeys. We know these protagonists, their courage, foolishness and wiseness; we should not forget that we always learn, even from a donkey.

Saturday 24 February
AND THE STORY BEGAN
featuring Domenico Madera and Alessia Rosi of Teatroleonde

Everything starts when a fox decides to have a fat, succulent goose for lunch. But the goose is a smart one and gets away unscathed…

Saturday 10 March
YUM!! I’LL EAT YOU
featuring Domenico Madera and Alessia Rosi of Teatroleonde

A fat, gluttonous little shepherdess spreads fear amongst her sheep; terror increases as a wolf by the long, sharp teeth arrives; fortunately it’s not the usual, sheep-eating wolf, but…

Mar
17
Sat
FINISSAGE EXCERPTA AND VIAGGIATORI SULLA FLAMINIA @ Palazzo Collicola Arti Visive
Mar 17 @ 12:00

The Palazzo Collicola Visual Arts’ temporary exhibition’s finissage will take place on Saturday 17 March at 12.00.

Excerpta by Enrico Corte and Andrea Nurcis, and Viaggiatori sulla Flaminia X edition.

From 12.00 to 14.00 the exhibition’s will offer free admission.

On the last day, Sunday 18 March, the temporary exhibitions will only be open in the morning, 10.30 to 13.00.

May
4
Fri
(Italiano) Mezz’ora dopo la chiusura – Nobili dimore. I palazzi gentilizi a Spoleto @ Palazzo Collicola e Arti visive
May 4 @ 19:30
May
19
Sat
(Italiano) La Notte Europea dei Musei 2018
May 19 @ 19:30
(Italiano) La Notte Europea dei Musei 2018 – La gioiosa vita di Alexander Calder, video proiezione @ Palazzo Collicola Arti Visive
May 19 @ 20:30
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(Italiano) La Notte Europea dei Musei 2018 – A Lume di Candela, visita guidata
May 19 @ 21:00
May
25
Fri
(Italiano) Mezz’ora dopo la chiusura – ARTquake. Samuel ha un anno, quasi due @ Palazzo Collicola e Arti Visive
May 25 @ 19:30
Jun
3
Sun
St. Anthony Fair @ Viale Trento e Trieste
Jun 3 all-day

The Fair of St. Anthony returns in viale Trento e Trieste on Sunday 3 June, from 8 to 22. 50 stands will be present, showing a wide range of products.

Jun
30
Sat
ANDREA PACANOWSKI All’infuori di me – Exhibition @ Palazzo Collicola Arti Visive
Jun 30 – Oct 7 all-day
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The opening of Andrea Pacanowski’s exhibition, will take place on SATURDAY 30 JUNE at 12.00 at Palazzo Collicola Visual Arts. The exhibition is curated by Gianluca Marziani and included in the Festival Of Two Worlds’ official programme.

The Press Conference will be at 11.00 at the Piano Nobile’s gallery.

Who has not tried, at least once, a puzzle of hundreds of pieces? You will remember the images that usually make up the mosaic: long field landscapes and panoramic visions are generally the winners, with a higher share for unspoiled natures, cultural spots and human crowds. The puzzle inadvertently encloses the sense of today’s image: the disintegration of an order to be reassembled looks like the transitions between analog and digital, the transfers between device and print, the links between high and low definition… the analogical nature of the puzzle touches the close-up and depths of field, the tonal stirrups between areas of color, up to integrating the glitch (the error of position of the dowel) as a further exploratory possibility.

Andrea Pacanowski brings to Spoleto fifteen photographic works. All’infuori di me (Outside Of Me) gathers human masses, bodies in military order, people in uniform, ritual groups. They are collective patterns that come, in particular, from the religious assembly outside, from the places of aggregation of the most widespread monotheistic cults. The photos enclose pieces of humanity in a geographical frame that plays with pictorial abstraction and iconography of the web, creating an aesthetic short circuit of high workmanship, maintaining the purity of analog as a camouflage potential (simulating digital techniques through analog talent is a key step in contemporary photography). Those bodies concern the anxieties of our time, the boundaries of freedom, the need for spiritual guidance, the search for sharing, themes by the historical importance and political significance which are central in such a narcissistic era, narrated by Pacanowski with aesthetic ability and conceptual intelligence.

A photograph with a pictorial result, modulated by rhythms and grids, where colour becomes plastic structure, where rhythm compresses the internal dynamism of the image. Through the optical ambiguity of the puzzle, Pacanowski challenges the audience to the mobile vision back and forth, to define the focus, to dissolve the retinal ambiguities that the images contain. The works are photographic puzzles that break a number of certainties on the uses and abuses of digital. According to the author, each shot is a unique journey by the analogical sense, a slow immersion that requires technical knowledge, invention, the overturning of apparently immobile rules. The final image is the result of shots, combinations, stage lights and other tricks that Pacanowsky has refined in the context of Fashion, his original profession, a space of technical growth but also of robotic, emotionless perfectionism. Pacanowski felt the limit of the set and post-production, of digital as a glossy dictatorship: here he challanges the electronic staging, preferring the slow codes of an interior habitus, where the photographed skin turns into a complex geography where colours and tonalities define the invisible, where scratches and signs amplify the iconographic energy. His actions are sound trails that map out sinuous harmonies, localize details, expand emotional signals behind a body. Photography here takes the slow rhythm of the brush, revealing a metaphysical quality that leads us into a mysterious, ascetic, fatally spiritual ritual.
The Spoleto exhibition thus enters into the heart of the monotheistic cults: Christianity, Judaism, Islam. A photographic journey that tells the spontaneous methods of the great gatherings, according to an approach that captures the gravitational balances, the chromatic scales, the syncretic rhythms, the collective harmonies. An analysis to show the ethical value of each religion, the possible coexistence of diversity, the importance of dialogue as a cornerstone of a universal refounding. Pacanowski’s photography reaffirms all this, and does so with an aesthetic energy that breaks the judgment, cancelling the terms of superiority and inferiority, the dangerous personalisms, the extremist obsessions. Here we speak of harmony and freedom, of men and women who walk on the same planet, breathing the same oxygen, pursuing the same dreams, in search of that indestructible thing that everywhere is called Love.

It is photography that takes up its analogic essence, but with the best that printing and media can offer. It is not a return to the origins but the origin of a possible continuity, it is the resistance of the human factor that orchestrates fragments of universal beauty. A beauty that speaks to us of religions and syncretism, that enters the warm heart of the planet through a door of liberation of contents. Andrea Pacanowski invites us inside his rhythmic weavings, inside the multiplications of every single diversity, inside the chromatic noise of a vision that involves each of us. Because, as the title says, outside of me there are always all the others.

www.andreapacanowski.it

The exhibition ends on Sunday 7 October 2018
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EUGENE LEMAY Ghost Witness Shadow – Exhibition @ Palazzo Collicola Arti Visive
Jun 30 – Oct 7 all-day
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EUGENE LEMAY – GHOST WITNESS SHADOW
curated by Gianluca Marziani

The opening of EUGENE LEMAY exhibition, is scheduled for SATURDAY 30 JUNE at 12:00 in Palazzo Collicola Visual Arts, Spoleto. The exhibition is curated by Gianluca Marziani and included in the Festival of Two Worlds’ official programme.

The Press Conference is scheduled for 11:00 at the Piano Nobile.

The Piano Nobile at Palazzo Collicola Arti Visive opens its 18th-century wings to host a new artist’s project, designed in a “sartorial” way on the domestic model of the rooms. The approach with Eugene Lemay follows the usual rules of a soft, inclusive insertion, re-created with camouflage ways that blend into the ancient without substantial changes.

Integration is the right word to capture the embrace between the nature of a noble apartment and the electrical energy of a contemporary artist. On the one hand the opulent splendour of the place, on the other the metaphorical power of Lemay, his social criticism, the monolithic harshness of the works. The apparent contrast is thus transformed into a fluid integration: now the never-aggressive fullness of the place, now the expressive essence of an art that attacks the eye, loading the rooms with an invisible, yet dense magnetism.

American Eugene Lemay (1960, Grand Rapids, MI) returns to Italy after his personal exhibition in Rome at the MACRO Mattatoio (curated by Micol Di Veroli, February – April 2015). Dimensions of Dialogue was the title of that exhibition, a phrase that well encapsulates Lemay’s ethical conscience, the political and militant nature of his work. The works at Palazzo Collicola are the stations of a journey in the pain of war, in the hypocrisy of politics, in the phobia and terror that blinds, in the wounds of the flesh and those of the heart. The American artist knows the noise of bombs, the screech of lethal weapons, the smell of pouring blood. At age 13 he moved from Michigan to Israel, passing his adolescence in a kibbutz, then becoming a voluntary soldier who took up arms and fought for Israel. A very hard experience that marked his life as an American Jew, shaping his talent as if it were a storm that shapes a mountain. There are normal lives that sometimes create extraordinary tales. And then there are extraordinary lives, without safe harbors, that are sublimated in universal works, destined for the Esperanto of the eye, to the collective dimension of natural values. Eugene Lemay enters the extraordinary of a nomadic existence, culturally fertile, impressive for its events and consequences. A life inside life, so involving that it becomes an artistic thrust, so as to produce consequences in the form of works and visual messages.

Gianluca Marziani: “I am struck by the double soul of some of the works, the ability they have to mould themselves on the individual habitats. When I saw the installations in the gigantic studio in New Jersey, I thought they breathed in silence, in a neutral environment that accepted them without conflict. Once set up in Spoleto, something completely changed in them, now they began a phase of faster breathing, as if they felt an anomalous place and tried to adapt to a habitat full of memories …”.

Phantoms, witnesses, shadows… it is them who guide us ideally along the stations of the Piano Nobile, we feel them inside the paintings, beyond the frames, among the false bombs of an installation, inside the pictorial impasto, in the monochrome backgrounds of the surfaces… Lemay crosses the evil of humanity with the metaphorical pace of art, avoiding the blackmail of realism, preferring the suspended pace of allegorical rites, of archetypal figures, of the dissolving black, of the clouding grey. Through digital elaboration and manual execution, bodies and faces are recreated that seem to have been born from plasticine, wool, steam, snow, cream… they are shadows of flesh, solid ghosts, silent witnesses of the evil suffered… Arctic and nebulous bodies, similar to white bears that embrace, bend, suffer, fall, stand up… Bodies of soldiers that could become everything we would have liked them to be… Bodies that are philosophical archetypes between Plato and Nietzsche, sometimes black like shadows in the darkness of the cave, like soldiers under a starless sky… Bodies that embody pain and the desire for rebirth, divided between a necessary evil and an even more necessary good… bodies that are ghosts on their way through the world, slow but elephantine in the heavy pace that tramples on wounded lands… bodies that seem solid shadows, eyewitnesses of collective pain… bodies that seek the light of the night, the stars of the day, the distant horizon of the events.

Gianluca Marziani: “Godot arrived among us together with the silent witnesses of Lemay. Samuel Beckett’s mysterious figure arrives among the living, blurs into the crowd of ghosts and mute shadows. He doesn’t introduce himself to anyone but we understand that he is Godot, archetype among the archetypes, witness and judge who guides humans to the edge of the abyss, stopping just before the fall. In front of the emptiness he sums up the evil in an instant, caressing the suffering Earth, asking ourselves which side we want to go to… Because evil has reached its peak and beyond that peak the black hole begins, the antimatter of existence, the end of the last Endgame. Godot accompanies us on the abyss and lets us look at the infinite emptiness but also at the light behind our backs, at the possibility of a new journey, of a plausible rebirth. The choice between the black hole and the light, between a long farewell and a long love is up to all of us…”

The exhibition ends on Sunday 7 October 2018
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GIORGIO ORTONA – F.I.C.O. Feticci Individui Case Oggetti – Exhibition @ Palazzo Collicola Arti Visive
Jun 30 – Oct 7 all-day
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The opening of Giorgio Ortona’s exhibition, will take place on SATURDAY 30 JUNE at 12.00 at Palazzo Collicola Visual Arts. The exhibition is curated by Gianluca Marziani and included in the Festival Of Two Worlds’ official programme.

The Press Conference will be at 11.00 at the Piano Nobile’s gallery.

The exhibition is organized in collaboration with Settantasette Gallery (Milan).

Rome. Pigneto. Via Braccio da Montone: a low building is in front of us, whose first floor is Giorgio Ortona’s studio, in a district that stigmatizes the merits and faults of a complex city, fabulous in evidences but decadent in attitude; a metropolis that here at the Pigneto weaves mixed building with creativity, a multi-ethnic knot with a nightlife, proletariat and technological tertiary of the new generation. From here, between Casilina and Prenestina, an author’s gaze with a drone’s philosophy scans open-field heights offering a concentric and lenticular vision of a building speculative, commercial, dissonant, populous modern Rome…

Giorgio Ortona paints not only what he sees but what his eyes smell, what his ears taste, what his mouth hears… an apparent contradiction of the senses, a true mirror of a brush that resolves the semantic contrast inside itself: a dirty yet surgical painting, swarming but dry, realistic and mental at the same time. It is a painting of healed contrasts, where the same frame of raw wood, while imitating the building site pallet, is turned into a spacer with perfect calibration. A contradiction that is also resolved in the depths: you can glimpse lines, numbers and notches that reveal the architectural nature of the table, as if the background were the cellulose on which the author designs the visions. Here the soul of an architect comes out, his past at university and his mental disposition; the angle of view that emerges certifies an imprinting but also its short-circuit, thanks to a language, painting, that redefines the deep feeling of architecture.

Painting is the habitable architecture of interior spaces

Giorgio Ortona’s Rome becomes a matrix and a genetic code, a figurative genome that crosses multiple places of the 20th century. Don’t think, however, of the usual unmade suburban capital; here, on the contrary, the beautiful social housing of the 1960s is told, some Umbertine façades between Esquiline and Colle Oppio, some residential masterpieces in Prati and San Giovanni, many monolithic buildings that fit well into the urban context, often among snake-like bypasses, elevated roads, connections and strips of asphalt. Ortona maps the Capitoline city between roofs and antennas, balconies and public greenery, creates geographies of reinforced concrete, enhances the building site with the equipment of scaffolding and cranes soaring … one could say: for some time Rome was not so “Roman” in a picture; it should be added: a Rome so meticulous as to become universal, archetype of any place grown up for crossbreeds, cultural exchanges, collective energy, political power and economic investment.

Ortona’s Rome is also the city of beloved faces, of similar bodies, of sensitive objects that capture his emotional trust. It is a world of living affections and sensations, a watchful bond with the prose of everyday life: the city outside, people and objects in apartments, on terraces, in front of a door, inside a shop, standing on the street, wherever the body, a food or an object are biological integrations of the pulsating city. The self-portrait itself, now exhibited with some variations, involves t-shirts or vests that the author, having died out in the white paint, wore at the time of the photo, thus offering us a portrait by absences, by urban evocations, by background noises.

Ortona’s urban imaginary is born from above, through Google Earth’s panoramic images. Hence the creation of a pictorial grid in which realism joins the erasures of colour, the evoked absences, the sudden fades. Areas that did not deserve a celebration, that clashed in context, that polluted the architectural eye of Ortona, they just disappeared. Merely apparent absences that turn into bands of color, recalling Nicolas De Staël and Alberto Burri, electrifying the painting with abstract volumes, so plastic as to merge with the real city.

The paintings will be accompanied by Storie di Pittura (Stories of Painting), a video that tells the artist’s life and work. An appendix that summarizes the narrative of a unique journey in the city that does not sleep, in the neighborhoods with high human temperatures, in the private worlds of an artist who architect, day by day, his inner rooms. The video was realized by Sintesi Visiva.

A passer-by through the Pigneto would say: “how cool this picture by Ortona…”

F.I.C.O. ovvero, Feticci Individui Case Oggetti
www.giorgioortona.com

The exhibition ends on Sunday 7 October 2018
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GIUSEPPE PULVIRENTI Trademark SP – Exhibition @ Palazzo Collicola Arti Visive
Jun 30 – Jul 29 all-day
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Saturday 30th June, at 12:00, sees the opening of Trademark SP, an exhibition by Giuseppe Pulvirenti, curated by Gianluca Marziani, at Palazzo Collicola Arti Visive in Spoleto.

The exhibition is part of the official programme of the Spoleto Festival dei Due Mondi.

Achille Bonito Oliva: “If sculpture is a genre that seeks forgiveness, Giuseppe Pulvirenti achieves the aim: he avoids encumbrance and exalts his ingress into the realm of Form. Cleansed of any celebratory intent or any purely descriptive representations of a functional reality, the work of art is, instead, elevated to the role of dematerialized Space and entrusted to the temporal dimension of contemplation and reflection.

As Gianluca Marziani, the exhibition’s curator, writes, “Giuseppe Pulvirenti compresses the deep mystery of sculpture into his concise and wordless volumes. He eliminates all ornament in order to focus his intervention on the inner bones of the sculptural world and on the alchemic limbo that lies between Piero della Francesca’s egg and Kubrick’s monolith. These are sculptures as activators of meaning, sculptures that become inaccessible little strong boxes, vertebrae-like pieces of compacted material on the surface of which no openings appear.

Pulvirenti guides the viewer towards a form of pure reflection, underlining the degree to which all shapes – even the most mysterious – are innate in the human mind. The artist’s task is to drag them from the depths and make of them iconic facts, lingering to consider the ambiguity of volumes, the allusive potential of the object/sculpture – to which his choice of almost always enigmatic titles contributes. This is an art that assumes metaphysical functions in order to explore the mystery of archetypical and universal forms.

At Palazzo Collicola Arti Visive, Pulvirenti will be exhibiting two works in bronze and one in plaster. The two bronze sculptures, “Cruna Quadra” [square crest] and “Cruna Tonda” [round crest], both from 2018, will each stand on and against the floor and the wall, creating a physical sensation of transience. Both sculptures are signed, very evidently, with the artist’s initials – GP – and the year in which they were made, as was also the case with the works in his previous Trademark series, shown in March 2018 at the Galleria Valentina Bonomo in Rome. Here, too, Pulvirenti plays with the idea of objects produced in series, imprint the bronze with letters and numbers that distract from the their purely aesthetic appeal.

The exhibition is being presented in the room dedicated to Alexander Calder, the sculptor who, here in Spoleto, created “Teodelapio”, the 18-metre-high oneiric masterpiece that has stood in front of the station since 1962. Echoing Calder’s sculpture, Pulvirenti’s work in plaster, “Senza titolo” [untitled], again from 2018, will stand on the floor, just like the American artist’s famed Stabiles. A silent dialogue that offers a radiant homage to Calder’s surreal vertiginousness, his geometrical dilemmas, his short-circuiting of space and the notion of a reconstructed beauty.

What was previously Trademark, here becomes TRADEMARK SP, the two additional letters referring to the city of Spoleto and to the artist’s initials, GP: the “logo” for his mysterious alchemies in sculptural form.

BIOGRAPHY
Giuseppe Pulvirenti was born in Syracuse, Sicily (1956). He lives and works between Rome and Syracuse. From 1970 to 1975 he studied at the Istituto Statale d’Arte in Syracuse and the Accademia di Belle Arti in Rome where, since 1986, he has lectured in “Modellistica” [model making]. His work has featured in numerous international exhibitions, including: XI Quadriennale di Roma (1986), XLIV Biennale di Venezia (1990), Triennale di Milano (1994), Palais des Arts de Toulouse (1994), the Winchester Gallery at the Winchester School of Art, UK (1997), Rha The Gallagher in Dublin (1997) Pici Gallery in Seoul (2004), Tokyo Design Center in Gotanda (2004), 
Kuchu Teien Tenbodai Sky Gallery in Osaka (2004). Important recognition and prizes have included the Venice Biennale Purchase Award (1990). His major solo exhibitions have included: Framart studio in Milan (1992), Galleria Nuova Icona in Venice (1996), Fondazione Mudima in Milan (2000), and various exhibitions at the Galleria Ugo Ferranti in Roma (2004, 2006, 2009, 2012). In 2018 he had a solo exhibition at the Galleria Valentina Bonomo in Rome.

The exhibition ends on Sunday 29 July 2018
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ROBERTA PIZZORNO Full of Emptiness – Exhibition @ Palazzo Collicola Arti Visive
Jun 30 – Oct 7 all-day
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The opening of Roberta Pizzorno’s exhibition, on SATURDAY 30 JUNE at 12.00 at Palazzo Collicola Visual Arts.

The exhibition is curated by Gianluca Marziani and included in the Festival Of Two Worlds’ official programme. The Press Conference will be at 11.00 at the Piano Nobile’s gallery.

Roberta Pizzorno brings to Spoleto the figurative results of a long work with Indian ink and watercolours. Two years ago the artist settled in Spoleto and started a fruitful collaboration with Palazzo Collicola Arti Visive, which originated a number of projects integrating given drawing techniques in Sistema Museo’s workshops. This exhibition is a report in progress, a synthesis that finds an ideal exhibiting workshop at the Sten & Lex hall.

The point: the start of everything, the primordial factor, the beginning of the cognitive journey. Point as prologue and first chapter of the existing, a suspended moment in which every shape is possible, every freedom is ready for the free ones, every beauty potentially available.

…cellular microworld, cosmic gigantism, plant life, animal world…

Point, line and curve define Pizzorno’s interior filiations, her inner cosmogony, her space of aesthetic awareness. The gesture, disciplined and daily, acts by lines and curves, creating flying bio-forms, gaseous volumes, solids without apparent weight. Indian ink and watercolour share the executive process and recreate two parallel but dialoguing worlds, united by a gesture that acts as a bridge between the formal souls.

The point, similarly to a cell, begins to hear the noises of the Planet, records clear sounds and subliminal trails, looks for the next point to define the narrative chain of the line, of the sliding forward, of the dialogue that does not stop but recreates the phrases of our conscious dream.

Dealing with the line, that is, the path of the form, the development of an idea in its necessary skeleton.
The line as an ambition for knowledge, a search for the open margin, an adventure into the pulsating mystery of the future. A line that always travels forward, following the movement of the hand and the eye of the feelings. The line as a watchful conscience of the progress.

…directions of the essential black&white, harmonic rhythms, directions of the colour beyond the essence…

That soft line confirms the clarity of a pacified gaze, free from worldly chains and social ties. Pizzorno comes out of the appearances of reality to build visual subjects that fly in the gravitational radius of fantasy. They are complex embryos where human, animal and plant belong to the same biological consciousness. The pulsing metamorphosis becomes the genetic reason of his lovable bodies, the harmony of the dialogue guides the rituality of the continuous gesture. They are forms that produce wonder…

Our artist practices harmony and balance as if it were a respiratory rite. Her projects have no knots or protrusions, on the contrary they appear fluid and musical, pure entropy in a huddled form. The work turns into a continuous self-portraying through emotional fragments, a diary that stretches along the ritual curves of life. Point, line and curve make the gesture a kind of continuous and conscious breathing, so similar to the contracting and expanding of the universe.

Addressing the curve, that is, the form in its complexity, towards the sense that defines a project.
Curve as a plan of intuition, a cosmic and inner seismograph that draws the short-circuit, the cohabitations, the final harmony. A curve that speaks of evolution, synaesthesias, beauty. Soft corners that walk the slope and then hover in the air through the watercolour,

…drawing to understand, until the eye begins to see again…

I like to think that the artist’s flying bodies are cosmic eyes that enclose the secret formulas of emotions, feelings, clear beauty, cognitive clarity. Bodies of bright ink, dark, to engrave like sensitive grooves, majestic in their ethereal fullness. Bodies made of Indian ink, bodies of a very Italian and geolocalized Made in China. Bodies also made of liquid watercolor, gestalt membranes of a private and exciting Made in Herself.

The exhibition ends on Sunday 7 October 2018
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TTOZOI – GENIUS LOCI (REWORKS) – Exhibition @ Casa Romana
Jun 30 – Oct 7 all-day
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The opening of the TTOZOI duo’s exhibition, on SATURDAY 30 JUNE at 16.00 at the Casa Romana in Spoleto.

The exhibition is curated by Gianluca Marziani and included in the Festival Of Two Worlds’ official programme. The Press Conference will be at 11.00 at the Piano Nobile’s gallery.

GENIUS LOCI, conceived by Stefano Forgione and Giuseppe Rossi, curated by Gianluca Marziani, originates from the idea of creating works of art directly in the chosen historical places, through the original technique of natural proliferation of mould on jute, with further painting additions.

Gianluca Marziani: Mould becomes a pure linguistic code, a biological application that leads painting to the limit of its possible mutations. TTOZOI’s grammar regenerates the archetypal models of Calzolari and Penone, bringing the iconographic orbit back into the evolutionary perimeters of the painting. The natural action is not dispersed but takes place on circumscribed surfaces, under the control of the space of action. An event between randomness and control that radicalizes the link between Art and Nature, making biology a collaborative and elaborative phenomenon. A lively dialectic that brings the creative factor into the beating heart of the natural cycle…

The “naturally informal conceptualism” or “the naturally absolute informal” that is at the base of TTOZOI’s work, evolves its natural creative process, coming into contact with three UNESCO sites, universal symbols of Italian architectural and archaeological culture: the REGGIA DI CASERTA (November 2017) with its Sanniti necropolis dating back to the 4th century BC, brought to light in 1990 in the area below the second courtyard; the AMPHITHEATRE OF THE POMPEI ARCHEOLOGICAL COMPLEX (December 2017) where the duo used the ambulacra, buried by the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 and then brought to light; finally the COLOSSEUM (soon), the largest amphitheatre in the world, global symbol of Rome and icon of Italy. Within this process that becomes molecular and conceptual fusion, the exhibition arrives at the CASA ROMANA in Spoleto, a sort of exhibition spin-off that inserts a private residence between the three monumental stages.

Gianluca Marziani: The three chosen areas represent the apotheosis of the Italic genius, the archaeological peak of ancient lustres of human genius. Inside this monumental cycle a passage of recollection was needed, an intimate dimension of the natural process. A domestic adaptation that would bring the works back into the space of the domestic cycle, where historical memory is linked to the design of modern habitats….

The Roman House in Spoleto, dating to the beginning of the first century A.D., is a stately home discovered by Spoletan archaeologist Giuseppe Sordini in 1885-1886 and dug several times until 1914. It is located partly under the Town Hall Square and partly under the Town Hall of which it occupies the foundations. Today it is the most visited site by tourists in Spoleto.
In Spoleto there will be a rigorous selection of the works from the first two stages, as well as a project of site-specific proliferation, designed for the impluvium of the Roman House. Fifteen works will be inserted with camouflage and respect for the environment, almost to blend the living nature of stones with the controlled nature of natural mould.

Gianluca Marziani: The integration with the places occurs through branched proliferation. No longer something purely formal but a process that integrates visible and invisible, memory and present, history and news, individuals and communities…

In the first two stages the artists created the works in situ, installing some sealed showcases in which the canvases remained for about 40 days: Time and Nature did the rest. During the gestation it is the canvas that captures the humus, the soul of every place, going beyond the visible, allowing the memory of the cultural “container” to be transferred to it through two factors: the “emotional conditioning” and the “environmental conditioning”, able to evoke the history and the suggestions of the chosen places in the observer’s mind.

The informal process, carried out by four hands, involves the use of organic materials (various flours), water and natural pigments on jute canvases, then placed in special cases that encourage the natural proliferation of moulds, with always different manifestations; feeding themselves on the organic part only, the spores interact with the work according to an unpredictable, apparently chaotic scheme. TTOZOI actually monitors the progression of the process, until it decides to interrupt it, according to a declination of “saving from aesthetics in pureness”. Only at this point will the canvases be pictorially finished and completed, leaving the traces of the passage of nature visible.

Gianluca Marziani: Informal painting finds its most significant evolution, an aesthetic landing place that distorts the interpretative factor of the works. All abstract appearances are transformed into a process with a high figurative value, where what we see leads us far beyond the pure form, into the pictorial stratification of memories, experiences, dynamic processes, external contributions…

Thursday 19 July, 2018 a personal exhibition is scheduled at the Reggia di Caserta. A closing exhibition will be held, finally, in a prestigious Capitoline museum, so as to expose all the works made in the three monumental complexes. In Caserta the complete cycle that was realized in the months of proliferation inside the Sanniti necropolis will be exhibited.

TTOZOI_Biography
Stefano Forgione (Avellino, 1969) and Giuseppe Rossi (Naples, 1972) are the two artists who operate under the pseudonym of TTOZOI since 2010, when their personal exhibition was held at Castel Dell’Ovo (curated by Luca Beatrice). Stefano (Degree in Architecture) and Giuseppe (Degree in Economics) are both self-taught. Since their adolescence they have been experimenting with various artistic techniques (charcoal, Indian ink, watercolour, acrylic, oil, spray, collage…) and approached the History of Art to deepen their knowledge of Informal culture, following their aesthetic and conceptual vocation. In December 2006 the common passion for informal themes will bring the two together again, after years spent in various Italian cities. At the centre of their confrontation there is the awareness that “Art has always been Contemporary” and that “the Artist cannot operate without the past”: hence the elaboration of a project – based on “concept” and “form”, “time” and “matter” – that is becoming the spokesperson of a small revolution in the experimental field of painting. TTOZOI is the creator of the so-called “intervention void”, a real expectation, following the simultaneous four-hand action on the canvas.

The exhibition ends on Sunday 7 October 2018
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YIGAL OZERI Where are we going? – Exhibition @ Palazzo Collicola Arti Visive
Jun 30 – Oct 7 all-day
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The opening of YIGAL OZERI exhibition, is scheduled for SATURDAY 30 JUNE at 12:00 in Palazzo Collicola Visual Arts, Spoleto.

The exhibition is curated by Gianluca Marziani and included in the Festival of Two Worlds’ official programme. The Press Conference is scheduled for 11:00 at the Piano Nobile.

Painting is defining new relationships with technological media, confirming itself as the most attractive, absorbing and intense visual code of the new millennium. Centuries pass, progress flows but the idea that painting embodies a solid permanence, a densely biological language, detonator of resistant metaphysics and symbols that can be handed down does not change. Painting has many dialogues with the photographic world: a virtuous combination to encode a transmedia aesthetic, a metaphorical mirror of a present with a high visual consumption. In a historical period of linguistic revision, it was natural for the photorealist code to regain its operational and conceptual centrality. Also because today, far from the beginnings of Chuck Close and Richard Estes, the hyperrealist language absorbs digital cells and modifies painting into a hybrid, calibrated on 3D and 4D projections, on smartphone operating systems, on shooting and editing photographic software. Hyperrealist painting has thus been transformed into post-digital painting, a sort of pictorial GMO that has metabolized analogical photography, sedimenting various traces of future memory in its mixture.

Yigal Ozeri’s post-digital painting focuses on WOMEN…

Eva continues to fuel the ecstasy of two-dimensional art. She, the First Woman of desire, the milestone of the narrative, the erotic archetype of humanity still radiates the artistic ambition of the trace, the outline, the sign, the color… The creation generally pursues resisting icons, seeks out the whims that are the Stonehenge of emotional education. Woman has always been swimming at the center of artistic thought, guiding the historical document but also the revolutionary action, the change, the militant struggle. Telling the story of a woman in a painting means acting from the beginning to frame complexity; it means loving and sharing, using the language of the body and the gaze, chemistry and alchemy; it means hiding ethical messages in the folds of a dress, in the reflection inside the eye, in the posture of the face, in the objects worn…

Woman as symbolic detonator for a social, political, cultural rebirth…

Yigal Ozeri (1958) is an Israeli author who lives and works in New York, in the city that best stimulates his imagination, in a perpetual physical rhythm that sticks to his thematic intentions. From the streets, from the faces, from the bodies on the way, the artist gets sensations that he transfers in his shoot with the models in pose, when he defines the portfolio from which he will obtain the images to paint. Let’s not think, however, of the old codes of hyperrealist painting, today there are no catalogues of streets, machines, shop windows or other fetishes of the American model. The lucid coldness of his predecessors turns into a warm, emotionally involved eye, in search of fluid eroticism, of a Raphaelite but also digital youth, and of a barrier-free sensuality. Ozeri’s women are revolutionary detonators that act on the eye. They don’t scream, they don’t embrace weapons, they don’t distill hatred, they look ahead and forward, towards the upset world, the psychotic drifts, the cultures of terror. They do so from their silent places, from the quiet contexts in which they live their pictorial eternity. They look at each of us, striking our eyes, our civic conscience, acting with slow and prolonged release, as it happens with Literature and Poetry.

That feminine look, so calm and suspended, has something revolutionary about it…

Ozeri’s universe is reconnected to a Western tradition, especially Italian, of female portraiture, from the virginal faces of 16th-century Florence to the neoclassical white of Antonio Canova, through the 19th century by Giovanni Boldini, the 20th century by Amedeo Modigliani… Ozeri crosses the matrices of the feminine and leads them to an urban, multiracial, heterogeneous epic. His creatures are the Madonnas of our times, the Saints of a chaotic present, the great ladies of a virtual but not always virtuous today. They are the amazons of the visible city, the sherpas of our inner journey, the young mothers of humanity who see the future. They are the answer to the culture of violence, a soft counterattack of beauty blows and poetic actions. You can be sure: the future of humanity will have to pass through the trajectories of the sublime, of ecstasy, of desire, of beauty…

Ozeri’s women come straight from the present, yet they seem out of time, beyond the space of creation, floating like stars across the centuries. Their looks, their postures, their bodies are fragments of a long sentimental discourse, born with life and destined to last beyond ourselves, beyond the contingency of everyday life. Ozeri’s women symbolize a resisting iconography, proof of a perennial regeneration that only painting (and sculpture in part) can make possible. Because these girls of radiant sensuality, shining in their glances, magical in their way of looking, tell the story of the indissoluble resistance of the painting, the ability to infect the future with the memory of an eternal present. They are no longer simple models but a model of beauty that can be handed down, a semantics of the indissoluble, a trace of the infinite imagined and dreamed of.

Those women seem to tell us, “Where are we going? What are we doing? How can we improve things?” There are no answers in the paintings, of course, because art only deals with questions. At the same time, their eyes guide us across the threshold, into the ocean of doubt, evoking the possibility of an island, of a safe harbor for our conscience. A place to clarify the gaze, trying to provide an answer.
The only male figure in the exhibition is the artist himself, a black-and-white foreground who observes like a demiurge in front of the students. The expressive face and the hair have the meticulous impact of the portraits by Bronzino and Rembrandt, that surgical way of managing the climax with admirable dramaturgy. Yigal Ozeri embodies the eyes of our possible answers, resembling a guide who observes us as Beauty reveals the coordinates of the island.

www.yigalozeriartist.com

The exhibition ends on Sunday 7 October 2018
Info: www.palazzocollicola.it https://www.facebook.com/PALAZZOCOLLICOLA
Palazzo Collicola: info@palazzocollicola.it
Sistema Museo: ufficiostampa@sistemamuseo.it

Jul
7
Sat
JEWELS AS SCULPTURES / SCULPTURES AS JEWELS @ Palazzo Collicola Arti Visive
Jul 7 – Jul 29 all-day
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GIORGIO FACCHINI talks with the works of the Collezione Carandente… accompanied on the precious journey by jewels by Arman, Bury, Calder, Fontana, Lichtenstein, Picasso, A. Pomodoro, G. Pomodoro…

curated by Gianluca Marziani

The opening of the ARTIST’S JEWELS exhibition, will take place on SATURDAY 7 JULY at 12.00 at Palazzo Collicola Visual Arts. The exhibition is curated by Gianluca Marziani and included in the Festival Of Two Worlds’ official programme.

Giorgio Facchini, from Marche, contemporary jewel sculptor, returns to Spoleto with an exhibition inside the Collezione Carandente at Palazzo Collicola Arti Visive. It is a selection of unique pieces, and an outside sculpture, all done following a chronological thread and miltiple figurative keys. The performing quality, the visionary theme and the expressive strength provide the contents for his dialectics between gold and XXth-century art, in an iconographic process that touches Informal Art, Surrealism, Spatialism, Cinetic Art and Constructivism. Facchini’s works converse with the works included in the Collezione Carandente, interesting duets in which his creations, placed inside display cases, enter in vituous tune with the chosen work. A unique project, conceived with an artistic approach, to give the jewel the universal character of a small-sized, pure sculpture.

Gianluca Marziani: “A man-sized sculpture, dark monolith by the complex plot, challenges the intimate vision and creates a short-circuit between the full scale and the huddled dimension of the small scale. The work offers an iconic bridge between sculptural jewel and thorough sculpting, where the relief’s reasons confirm the hybrid approach of an author by the slipping, contaminated nature. If the jewels yearns for the body as if it was an exhibiting space, likewise the melting sculpture contracts its soul in a gigantism of precious thing by the modelistic heart.”

Tommaso Trini: “Sculpture innervates each of Facchini’s artifacts, as shown by the circularity of portrayed features.
Symbolic signs and allegorical figures always conjure a plastic concert, a chromatic choir by the peculiar, circular eloquence, though knotted down to a plane. Facchini creates refined sculptures, open toward the outside, without inflating them in rowdy monuments. He prefers hermetic meetings. His internationally-known jewels’ geometrical construct is also circular. They don’t just embrace life-pulsing wrists, they shroud ears and chests like convex constructs, a convexity already held dearest in De Chirico’s paintings. Facchini’s creations are a curved flow of precious stones and metals on shields of light. The strength of the essence makes them even more a model, the more essential they are.

Carlo Bo: “Facchini starts as a goldsmith and then becomes a sculptor. Following his family’s tradition, he is an inventor, a creator. You could also say that by dint of perfecting his first reasons, he could later pick up some backlashes of truth and penetration…”

Vittorio Rubiu: “The start of his style is relating to some sort of primordial or symbolic form, detaching from geometry to then reactivate it, following a more intimate, hidden willfulness, always with a very selected taste of matter, an invention, an experimentation that have little to do with traditional goldsmithing. Hence his constant interest for sculpture and his capacity to apply the spatial theme of sculpture to the jewel with an intensity, clarity and firmness that challenge the meticulousness of the performance, no matter how rich and admirable…”
Giancarlo Menotti: “As everybody knows, gold is evil, but in Facchini’s hands it can become fragile and delicate like a melodic sentence.”

Gianluca Marziani: “Thinking wearable sculpture as a journey from micro to macro, where balance, spatial harmony anc compressed tension count more than dimension. Facchini’s jewels originate from a projecting that looks like a sculptor’s modular passages magnifying drawings sprouting out displacing visions; here the process is reversed, the drawing is shaped to fit the volume to be worn.”

The artists chosen for the dialogue are Alexander Calder, Sol LeWitt, Leoncillo, Beverly Pepper, Carla Accardi, Franco Angeli, Fausto Melotti, Giuseppe Capogrossi, Mario Schifano, Toti Scialoja, Luigi Ontani, Mario Ceroli, Henry Moore, Giuseppe Uncini, Alberto Garutti, Gianni Dessì, Shay Frisch, Giovanni Albanese…

A special section of the exhibition features some jewels created by great XXth-century artists. A hall will feature works selected by Facchini and Marziani among the best proposal on the international market. Masterpieces by Arman, Pol Bury, Alexander Calder, Lucio Fontana, Roy Lichtenstein, Niki de Saint Phalle, Pablo Picasso, Arnaldo Pomodoro, Giò Pomodoro…

COLLEZIONE CARANDENTE The project of the Carandente Collection grows on solid foundations, along never-static roots that speak of Italian art in the second half of the twentieth century, of now legendary sculptors, international names but also local artists who have fueled the cultural consciousness of Spoleto and its extensive surroundings. The foundations of this museum concern the historical core of its collection, a heritage that Giovanni Carandente built with dedication and passion, documenting the artistic events of Spoleto, design dreams (Sculptures in the city), fixed events (Spoleto Prize, Festival dei Due Mondi), the Group of Spoleto, the research of Italian and foreign masters, up to the special relationship with Leoncillo Leonardi, the most important of the “local” artists, inventor of the Spoleto Prize, among the main architects of the city’s cultural maturation. Starting from here was necessary: the philological qualities of the heritage, its iconographic peculiarities, the private connections that have become the historical conscience of the project and of its necessary evolutions. On this basis, convinced that a collection must follow the spirit of the times, it was necessary to shape a new exhibition layout, creating more rigorous and connective settings, using white as a living counterpoint, inviting the public to a reborn empathy, to an emotional and sensory journey, to an assonant narrative between memory and future.

BIOGRAPHY Giorgio Facchini was born in Fano in 1947. When he was very young, while devoting himself to drawing, he attended the studio of a goldsmith, an uncle of his. He later met sculptor Edgardo Mannucci, fundamental for his formation, while continuing his studies in Venice. He made his debut with some jewels, first informal and then spatial, made with the “osso di seppia” technique (Italian for cuttlefish bone). The first exhibition takes place at the Fanesi Gallery in Ancona. In 1967 he won first prize at the Bevilacqua La Masa in Venice. In 1969 he began to create kinetic jewels. In the same year, Pierre Cardin invited him to Paris to present his jewellery together with his autumn/winter fashion collections. In 1970 he took part in an exhibition at Fumanti, a Roman jewellery company specialising in artists’ pieces. Also in the 1970s, exhibitions at the Galleria Levi in Milan, La Nuova Pesa in Rome, La Triennale in Milan. In 1971 he won the First Prize at the VI Gubbio Metal Art Biennial. In 1972 he exhibited at the Drummonds jewelry store in Melbourne. In these years he developed his ties with the Festival dei Due Mondi, until in 1974 he minted the gold medal commissioned by the Festival. In the same year he exhibited in the United States at the Wichita Museum. In 1981 a new solo show at Drummonds, then a large exhibition at the Pinacoteca di Macerata. In 1992 he participated in Oro d’Autore. In 1997 he held a solo exhibition at the Archaeological Museum of Milan. In 2001 he was featured in important exhibitions at Palazzo Pitti in Florence and Mole Vanvitelliana in Ancona. In 2006 he received a tribute within the International Review G.B. Salvi in Sassoferrato. In 2009 he participated in the exhibition “Italian sculpture in the jewel of an artist from the second half of the 20th century” at the Attilio and Cleofe Gaffoglio Museum in Rapallo. In 2010 he exhibited at the Sturni Antiquities Gallery in Rome. Besides jewelry, Facchini is dedicated to sculpture and medallistics. He has taught plastic disciplines at the Academy of Fine Arts in Macerata and at the Brera Academy in Milan.

The exhibition ends on Sunday 29 July 2018
Info: www.palazzocollicola.it https://www.facebook.com/PALAZZOCOLLICOLA
Palazzo Collicola: info@palazzocollicola.it
Sistema Museo: ufficiostampa@sistemamuseo.it

Oct
27
Sat
Exhibitions at Palazzo Collicola Arti Visive: TORU HAMADA and ANGELO DOZIO @ Palazzo Collicola Arti Visive
Oct 27 2018 – Feb 24 2019 all-day
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Palazzo Collicola Arti Visive, from 27 October 2018 to 24 February 2019
Toru Hamada and Angelo Dozio
Opening: Saturday, October 27 at 12:00

TORU HAMADA – Anthological

The exhibition is curated by Gianluca Marziani and Italo Bergantini, and organized in collaboration with Romberg Contemporanea. After the placement in June, during the Festival dei Due Mondi, of one of his sculptures in Carrara marble in front of the Teatro Nuovo, today comes a large exhibition that tells us about his poetic and inspired painting … The life of Toru Hamada resembles the processing cycle of his art. First of all, one feels the atavistic bond with Japan, ascribable to a state of being that favours atmospheric silence, the firmness of the gaze, the discipline between body and spirit. At the same time, one feels the second homeland in Europe, first in Pietrasanta and then in the French countryside of Saint-Lubin-de-la-Haye, two places of solid culture that have welcomed both the man and the artist. Asia and Europe, two continents that today sum up in this Umbrian experience, in the heart of a Spoleto that has always conceived harmony between distant worlds.

ANGELO DOZIO – The discipline of constant doubt

Palazzo Collicola Arti Visive’s historical investigation continues among Italian artists who deserve a more exhaustive evaluation of their work over ten years. After Gianfranco Chiavacci, Gastone Biggi, Salvatore Emblema and Giuseppe Biasio, it is now the turn of Angelo Dozio with an anthological exhibition set up between the white rooms of the Piano Mostre and the noble furnishings of the Piano Nobile.
The exhibition is curated by Gianluca Marziani: “Reinterpreting the cycles of a long career, Angelo Dozio highlights a consistent value in the theme of transcendence. Technological intuition, the link with town planning and architecture, the implicit presence of sound, the clairvoyance of digital language are present, but in the end there’s a metaphysical suspension that emerges and surpasses the rest, an iconographic system that returns to the lines of the sacred cross, the curves of the Greek and Roman capitals, to the Florentine two-tone marble, to the plan of churches and basilicas, to the design of ideal cities… Dozio’s geometry goes beyond history and climbs into the values of the Absolute, where only painting can get, where design incorporates morality, where Beauty thinks beyond worldly contingencies.”

PALACE COLLICOLA ARTI VISIVE
Piazza Collicola, 1 Spoleto
Exhibition info: www.palazzocollicola.it
https://www.facebook.com/PALAZZOCOLLICOLA

Palazzo Collicola Contacts: info@palazzocollicola.it
Museum System Contacts: ufficiostampa@sistemamuseo.it

Feb
16
Sat
The Italian Alpine Club for the City – Stories of Alpinism @ Sala Frau
Feb 16 @ 17:00
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Saturday 16 February 2019 – h 17.00 | Sala Frau
The Italian Alpine Club for the City
Stories of Alpinism 
by Giancarlo Frigieri
Video of the first clib ever of  Nevado Rondoy in 1961, of the Torre del Paine in 1963 and of the Alpamayo northern ridge in 1969.

Free admission

Mar
7
Thu
SPOLETO FOR WOMEN | Full programme @ Spoleto
Mar 7 – Mar 29 all-day
Mar
29
Fri
Mezz’ora dopo la chiusura – A NOBLE PROMENADE @ Palazzo Collicola Arti Visive
Mar 29 @ 19:00
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Mezz’ora dopo la chiusura #191
Palazzo Collicola – Arti Visive

A NOBLE PROMENADE
Visit to Palazzo Collicola’s noble floor

Mezz’ora dopo la chiusura, Palazzo Collicola Arti Visive’s event organized by Sistema Museo, returns on Friday 29 March 2019 at 7.00 pm. with A NOBLE PROMENADE.

The noble floor of one of the most beautiful palaces of the city will allow us to dive into the golden world of the powerful Collicola family.

The evening continues with an aperitif.

The event is organized in collaboration with Con Spoleto – the Spoleto hotel managers’ association.

Participation fee
Guided visit – full fare € 7,00
Guided visit – reduction € 5,00 for Spoleto CARD holders and habitués
Aperitif – € 5,00

Please reserve within Friday at 13.00:
news.spoletomusei@sistemamuseo.it
0743 46434

VISIONI D’AUTORE | Stefano Liberti presents his documentary SOYALISM @ Cinéma Sala Pegasus
Mar 29 @ 21:00
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Friday, March 29 at 21:00 | Cinéma Sala Pegasus
The director and journalist Stefano Liberti meets the audience of Spoleto for the presentation of the documentary SOYALISM.

The evening is a Visioni d’Autore special event, in collaboration with Coworking Spoleto

THE DOCUMENTARY
In an increasingly overpopulated world, in the grip of climate change, control of food production has become a huge business for a handful of a few giant companies. Following the pork production chain, from China to Brazil via the United States and Mozambique, the documentary describes the enormous movement of power concentration in the hands of these companies, which is taking hundreds of thousands of small producers out of business and permanently transforming entire landscapes. From intensive mega-breeding in China to the Amazon rainforest threatened by soybean crops developed to feed animals confined to sheds on the other side of the world, this process is undermining the social and environmental balances of the planet.
The film had its world premiere on November 18, 2018 at the International documentary film festival in Amsterdam.

STEFANO LIBERTI
Stefano Liberti is an Italian journalist and director. He directed the documentary “L’inferno dei bimbi stregoni” The hell of witch children, winner of L’Anello Debole award in 2010. He wrote “I signori del cibo. Viaggio nell’industria alimentare che sta distruggendo il pianeta” The Lords of food. A journey into the food industry that is destroying the planet (Minimum fax 2016).

Visioni d’Autore is organized by the City of Spoleto, MAIA Cultural Association and Cinéma Sala Pegasus.

Sep
8
Sun
Antiques Market @ Via Benedetto Egio, Piazza Carducci e Giardini di Viale G. Matteotti
Sep 8 @ 08:00
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The Antiques Market takes place every second Sunday of the month.
On Sunday September 8, the market will take place in Via Benedetto Egio, Piazza Carducci and Viale G. Matteotti’s gardens, from early morning to sunset.

It offers different types of objects, handicrafts, antiques, furniture, jewelry, books, paintings etc.

Aug
9
Sun
Antiques Market @ Piazza della Libertà e vie limitrofe
Aug 9 @ 08:00
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The Antiques Market takes place every second Sunday of the month, from early morning to sunset.
In July and August 2020 the market will take place in the gardens of Viale Giacomo Matteotti.

It offers different types of objects, handicrafts, antiques, furniture, jewelry, books, paintings etc.

Sep
13
Sun
Antiques Market @ Piazza della Libertà e vie limitrofe
Sep 13 @ 08:00
<!--:it-->Mercatino dell'Antico<!--:--><!--:en-->Antiques Market<!--:--> @ Piazza della Libertà e vie limitrofe | Spoleto | Umbria | Italia

The Antiques Market takes place every second Sunday of the month, from early morning to sunset.
In July and August 2020 the market will take place in the gardens of Viale Giacomo Matteotti.

It offers different types of objects, handicrafts, antiques, furniture, jewelry, books, paintings etc.

Jun
13
Sun
Antiques Market @ Corso Mazzini - Giardini di Viale Matteotti
Jun 13 @ 08:00

The Antiques Market takes place every second Sunday of the month in Piazza della Libertà and in the nearby streets, from early morning to sunset.

It offers different types of objects, handicrafts, antiques, furniture, jewelry, books, paintings etc.

dav

Jul
11
Sun
Antiques Market @ Corso Mazzini - Giardini di Viale Matteotti
Jul 11 @ 08:00

The Antiques Market takes place every second Sunday of the month in Piazza della Libertà and in the nearby streets, from early morning to sunset.

It offers different types of objects, handicrafts, antiques, furniture, jewelry, books, paintings etc.

dav

Aug
8
Sun
Antiques Market @ Corso Mazzini - Giardini di Viale Matteotti
Aug 8 @ 08:00

The Antiques Market takes place every second Sunday of the month in Piazza della Libertà and in the nearby streets, from early morning to sunset.

It offers different types of objects, handicrafts, antiques, furniture, jewelry, books, paintings etc.

dav

Sep
12
Sun
Antiques Market @ Corso Mazzini - Giardini di Viale Matteotti
Sep 12 @ 08:00

The Antiques Market takes place every second Sunday of the month in Piazza della Libertà and in the nearby streets, from early morning to sunset.

It offers different types of objects, handicrafts, antiques, furniture, jewelry, books, paintings etc.

dav

Oct
10
Sun
Antiques Market @ Corso Mazzini - Giardini di Viale Matteotti
Oct 10 @ 08:00

The Antiques Market takes place every second Sunday of the month in Piazza della Libertà and in the nearby streets, from early morning to sunset.

It offers different types of objects, handicrafts, antiques, furniture, jewelry, books, paintings etc.

dav

Nov
14
Sun
Antiques Market @ Corso Mazzini - Giardini di Viale Matteotti
Nov 14 @ 08:00

The Antiques Market takes place every second Sunday of the month in Piazza della Libertà and in the nearby streets, from early morning to sunset.

It offers different types of objects, handicrafts, antiques, furniture, jewelry, books, paintings etc.

dav

Dec
12
Sun
Antiques Market @ Corso Mazzini - Giardini di Viale Matteotti
Dec 12 @ 08:00

The Antiques Market takes place every second Sunday of the month in Piazza della Libertà and in the nearby streets, from early morning to sunset.

It offers different types of objects, handicrafts, antiques, furniture, jewelry, books, paintings etc.

dav

Jan
9
Sun
Antiques Market @ Corso Mazzini - Giardini di Viale Matteotti
Jan 9 @ 08:00

The Antiques Market takes place every second Sunday of the month in Piazza della Libertà and in the nearby streets, from early morning to sunset.

It offers different types of objects, handicrafts, antiques, furniture, jewelry, books, paintings etc.

dav

Feb
13
Sun
Antiques Market @ Corso Mazzini - Giardini di Viale Matteotti
Feb 13 @ 08:00

The Antiques Market takes place every second Sunday of the month in Piazza della Libertà and in the nearby streets, from early morning to sunset.

It offers different types of objects, handicrafts, antiques, furniture, jewelry, books, paintings etc.

dav

Mar
13
Sun
Antiques Market @ Corso Mazzini - Giardini di Viale Matteotti
Mar 13 @ 08:00

The Antiques Market takes place every second Sunday of the month in Piazza della Libertà and in the nearby streets, from early morning to sunset.

It offers different types of objects, handicrafts, antiques, furniture, jewelry, books, paintings etc.

dav

Apr
10
Sun
Antiques Market @ Corso Mazzini - Giardini di Viale Matteotti
Apr 10 @ 08:00

The Antiques Market takes place every second Sunday of the month in Piazza della Libertà and in the nearby streets, from early morning to sunset.

It offers different types of objects, handicrafts, antiques, furniture, jewelry, books, paintings etc.

dav

May
8
Sun
Antiques Market @ Corso Mazzini - Giardini di Viale Matteotti
May 8 @ 08:00

The Antiques Market takes place every second Sunday of the month in Piazza della Libertà and in the nearby streets, from early morning to sunset.

It offers different types of objects, handicrafts, antiques, furniture, jewelry, books, paintings etc.

dav

Jun
12
Sun
Antiques Market @ Corso Mazzini - Giardini di Viale Matteotti
Jun 12 @ 08:00

The Antiques Market takes place every second Sunday of the month in Piazza della Libertà and in the nearby streets, from early morning to sunset.

It offers different types of objects, handicrafts, antiques, furniture, jewelry, books, paintings etc.

dav

Jul
10
Sun
Antiques Market @ Corso Mazzini - Giardini di Viale Matteotti
Jul 10 @ 08:00

The Antiques Market takes place every second Sunday of the month in Piazza della Libertà and in the nearby streets, from early morning to sunset.

It offers different types of objects, handicrafts, antiques, furniture, jewelry, books, paintings etc.

dav

Aug
14
Sun
Antiques Market @ Corso Mazzini - Giardini di Viale Matteotti
Aug 14 @ 08:00

The Antiques Market takes place every second Sunday of the month in Piazza della Libertà and in the nearby streets, from early morning to sunset.

It offers different types of objects, handicrafts, antiques, furniture, jewelry, books, paintings etc.

dav

Sep
11
Sun
Antiques Market @ Corso Mazzini - Giardini di Viale Matteotti
Sep 11 @ 08:00

The Antiques Market takes place every second Sunday of the month in Piazza della Libertà and in the nearby streets, from early morning to sunset.

It offers different types of objects, handicrafts, antiques, furniture, jewelry, books, paintings etc.

dav

Oct
9
Sun
Antiques Market @ Corso Mazzini - Giardini di Viale Matteotti
Oct 9 @ 08:00

The Antiques Market takes place every second Sunday of the month in Piazza della Libertà and in the nearby streets, from early morning to sunset.

It offers different types of objects, handicrafts, antiques, furniture, jewelry, books, paintings etc.

dav

Nov
13
Sun
Antiques Market @ Corso Mazzini - Giardini di Viale Matteotti
Nov 13 @ 08:00

The Antiques Market takes place every second Sunday of the month in Piazza della Libertà and in the nearby streets, from early morning to sunset.

It offers different types of objects, handicrafts, antiques, furniture, jewelry, books, paintings etc.

dav

Dec
11
Sun
Antiques Market @ Corso Mazzini - Giardini di Viale Matteotti
Dec 11 @ 08:00

The Antiques Market takes place every second Sunday of the month in Piazza della Libertà and in the nearby streets, from early morning to sunset.

It offers different types of objects, handicrafts, antiques, furniture, jewelry, books, paintings etc.

dav

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