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Exhibition "Il segno delle orme. Le strade dell'arte nella memoria del futuro".
A collective painting, graphic and sculpture exhibition that compares the works by the students of Accademia di Belle Arti in Rome with the artists of the second post-war generation who actively participated in the events dealing with the Liberation and the Resistance.
The exhibition is composed of sixteen works of art, it starts with the existential intimacy suggested by Vespignani and ends with the narration of a painful collective memory inspired by K├Ąthe Kollwitz. It combines the arts and the stories of two generations compared. They look like they belong to the past, but they are the present in terms of tensions, ideals and desire for change.
It is a memory that belongs to the recent past of our country but turns its gaze to the future, illuminating colours and lines that help rebuild fears and struggles of those who were "boys" in the years of the Resistance and the civil and moral reconstruction of Italy.
The artists involved in the exhibition are: Sabina Bernard, Alexandra Bolgova, Gianluca Brando, Laura Cirillo, Michele D'Aloisio, Francesco Di Traglia, Martina Donati, Mario Giordano, Renata Lefel, Gabriele Luciani, Giorgia Marzi, Luigina Massariello, Monica Neri, Uber Passatelli, Giovanni Sigrisi, Claudio Silvano.
The event is organized by Bianca Cimiotta Lami, Dario Evolaande Pier Luigi Berto, with the support and patronage of Federazione Italiana Associazione Partigiani F.I.A.P. di Roma. Coordination by Vittorio Cimiotta.

WHERE AND WHEN

  • Via San Francesco di Sales, 5
    From April 20 to May 25, 2012
    Hours:
    Monday to Friday 9.30 a.m. to 8 p.m.
    Free entry for all seats available

Info

  • Casa della Memoria e della Storia - Sala Mostre
    Address:
    Via San Francesco di Sales, 5
    Trastevere
    Genre:
    art exhibition
    Date:
    From April 20 to May 25, 2012
    Hours:
    Monday to Friday 9.30 a.m. to 8 p.m.
    Admission:
    Free entry for all seats available
    Tel.:
    0039 06 6876543 - contact center 0039 060608 (every day from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m)