The cinema reading course, led by filmmaker Giovanni Covini, took place on Saturday, February 17th. During the session, Giovanni Covini analyzed the film Before I Fall directed by Ry Russo-Young. We thank all the participants who joined us.
The dates for the upcoming workshops are Thursday, April 18th, from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM, and Saturday, April 20th, from 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM.
How and why do dictatorships seek to establish rules to which art must adhere? What is the reason the United States has committed resources and tools to play a central role in the art world? These important questions are addressed by art critic Demetrio Paparoni in his book. It’s interesting because it sheds light on the often invisible relationships between art and power.
Thursday, February 22nd, from 6:00 pm, the exhibition VICEVERSA inaugurates: a reflective journey on the investigation of the Self and contemporary narcissism. Through twenty-seven works made of brass, wood, and aluminum, the artist establishes connections with the audience by using reflective materials and carefully chosen words. THEHEAVINESSOFLOVE, TODOORNOTTODO, RESTINTHEONLYSOFTNESS are among the suggestions offered during the immersive experience in the halls of Corso Monforte 23.
Among all the works, the double plaque NARCISO stands out, summarizing the entire exhibition and inviting the viewer to choose their position in the world, in that precise moment of life.
“VICEVERSA” is Giorgio Cardazzo Catalani’s solo exhibition of twenty works, divided into three rooms in which mirroring material and words become central elements of all the works on display.
Cardazzo Catalani creates a connection between the work and the viewer that develops in two ways: through his own reflected face, or by inviting the public to become the keeper of words capable of evoking reactions or reflections.
In the photo: G.Cardazzo Catalani, BOXES, Sognare, wood and brass, 50x15x15cm ph R.Tronconi