- Palazzo Abatellis
- Via Alloro, Palermo
- 8 dicembre 2022
Lia Rumma Gallery is happy to announce its participation in Art Brussels WEEK, happening exclusively on Artsy from June 1 to June 14.
On the occasion of Art Brussels WEEK 2021 we will share a selection of works that aims to be an ode to nature in all its forms. Nature in its immense variety has been the object and subject of reflection and inspiration in art throughout the ages.
With our Viewing Room we show the contemporary declinations of the theme that reveals itself once again of rare charm and never trivial.
Artists featured: Marina Abramović, Vanessa Beecroft, Michele Guido, Clegg&Guttmann, Alfredo Jaar, William Kentridge, Hendrik Krawen, Marzia Migliora, Mocellin-Pellegrini, Luca Monterastelli, Haim Steinbach, Gian Maria Tosatti, Dré Wapenaar and Tobias Zielony.
Presented by the Arsht Center for three days only during Miami Art Week 2022, William Kentridge’s THE HEAD & THE LOAD invites audiences directly onto the Lynn Wolfson stage of the Ziff Ballet Opera House to be immersed in a powerful story about Africans in World War I. With the wings and backstage of the Opera House reconfigured to become a site-specific performance space large enough to accommodate this monumental work, the audience will take its place directly onstage for a once-in-a-lifetime theatrical experience. With music composed and conceived by Philip Miller.
On the occasion of the context-specific intervention N 0 created by Domenico Antonio Mancini in the Gino Meloni Room and on view through Jan. 29, on Wednesday, Nov. 30 at 7 p.m., Riccardo Venturi, art historian and critic, professor of Theory and History of Art at Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne University will dialogue with the artist and Francesca Guerisoli, MAC's artistic director.
From Nov. 16 to Jan. 29, 2023, N 0, a context-specific installation by artist Domenico Antonio Mancini will be presented that plays on the idea of masking and consequent unveiling of the collection of the historic Premio Lissone, putting it at the center of renewed attention. N 0 also aims to trigger a series of general reflections on life, the role of contemporary art museums today and their relationship with the public. Curated by Francesca Guerisoli.
Alfredo Jaar will be opening the next edition of PhotoVogue Festival (17-20 November) at Base Milano, Wednesday November 16th at 6.30pm with a Lectio Magistralis titled Teach Us to Outgrow our Madness.