center for contemporary art
Tuesday 12 May 2015 at 19

The world in flames and death
original materials and works of

TrinceeGianfranco Baruchello, Elvio Chiricozzi, Marco Delogu, Daniela De Lorenzo, Marilù Eustachio, Andrea Fogli, Giuliano Giuliani, Stefan Huber, Jannis Kounellis, Nayra Laise, Felice Levini, Florian Merkel, Diego Miguel Mirabella, Daniela Monaci, Hidetoshi Nagasawa, Shirin Neshat, Innocenzo Odescalchi, Luca Maria Patella, Roberto Pietrosanti, Alfredo Pirri, Carlo Rea, Giuseppe Salvatori, Nancy Watkins with the contribution of VIVA, a magazine in the flesh - in the context of LA GRANDE ILLUSIONE with a text by Enrica Petrarulo.

On the occasion of the centenary of Italian participation in the First World War, La Nuova Pesa and La Casa delle Letterature, with the Library of Archeology and Art History of Palazzo Venezia and "VIVA Una rivista in carne e ossa", have created a series of initiatives that, brought together in the project LA GRANDE ILLUSIONE, will take place from May 5th to June 30th.

"Trenches: the world in flames and death" is the title of the exhibition that opens on Tuesday May 12 at the New Pesa. In addition to testimonial and affection objects coming from the scenes of the conflict, works by twenty-three artists, Italians but not only, will be presented, mostly belonging to the collection of gallery, selected on the figure of an emotional density capable of referring to the tragedy of war.
The title "Trenches" wants to alludes here not only to the identifying location of the First World War, but also to what should be the permanent condition of art in defense of the assaults of the trivialization of aesthetics and common sense.

Hours: Monday to Friday, 10-13 and 15.30-19
Until June 30th

Via del Corso, 530 00186 Rome Tel. +39 06 3610892 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Automatically translated with Google translator. Report inaccuracies to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.