Saturday 15th October 2005, at 6.00 pm, at the Civic Gallery of Contemporary Art in Termoli, the exhibition "Le due rive" will be inaugurated. Italian and Croatian artists ", which is one of the events promoted by the Municipal Administration on the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of the foundation of the Termoli Prize. The exhibition is curated by Antonello Rubini for the Italian section and by Jasminka Pokle; for the Croatian section.The review "should be understood - writes in the introduction Achille Pace - also as a comparison and verification of the respective artistic relations between the two countries that historically have had continuous social, human and cultural contacts. The two geographically close countries, are joined by a stretch of sea, the Adriatic and it is for this reason that the exhibition was entitled "The two banks". Many cultural and social events have united the two countries, but what we see on this specific occasion is research and contexts on modern art ". And the Mayor, Remo Di Giandomenico, states in the presentation: "This event helps us to better understand the history of the two countries. In a global era like ours where we consider the achievements, progress and common destinies, art is historically among human activities, the closest and suitable to unite in a deep and felt the two countries, not only from the political and economic, but cultural and creative point of view ».
Termoli (CB) - from 15 October to 15 November 2005 The two banks
CONTEMPORARY ART CIVIC GALLERY
Italian and Croatian artists
Publisher: DE LUCA
Curators: Jasminka Poklecki Stosic, Antonello Rubini
authors: Bruno Aller, Lovro Artukovic, Nino Barone, Marina Bauer, Aldo Bertolini, Carlo Birotti, Luigi Boille, Paolo Borrelli, Antonio Chiavoni, Ettore Consolazione, Lea Contestabile, Michele Cossyro, Claudio D'Angelo, Ennio D'Incecco, Boris Demur , Adriano Di Giacomo, Slavomir Drinkovic, Barbara Esposito, Marisa Facchinetti, Luigi Faccioli, Walter Francone, Vladimir Gasparic Gapa, Vito Antonio Genovese, Dante Gentile Lorusso, Franco Giuli, Giuliano Giuliani, Kazimir Hraste, Dalibor Jelavic, Alem Korkut, Koraljka Kovac, Kuzma Kovacic, Kristian Kozul, Denis Kraskovic, Vatroslav Kulis, Zeljko Lapuh, Ettore Women, Sergio Lombardo, Carlo Lorenzetti, Dubravka Losic, Gino Marotta, Bozica Matasic, Matko Mijic, Bane Milenkovic, Carlo Nangeroni, Rocco Natale, Marcos Novak, Achille Pace, Luca Pace, Eduardo Palumbo, Achille Perilli, Andrea Pistocchi, Viktor Popovic, Ernesto Porcari, Giorgio Russi, Pasquale Santoro, Giancarlo Sciannella, Dalibor Stosic, Stefano Trappolini, Franco Troiani, Anna Va lla, Matko Vekic, Sandro Visca, Zlatan Vrkljan, Anton Vrlic
Genre: contemporary, collective art