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 Italy News #9 - April 9, 2007

 Chagall delle Meraviglie

Rome, Complesso del Vittoriano

Until  1 July 07

http://www.romeguide.it  

This extraordinary Russian painter lived through all last century’s major artistic movements: cubism, surrealism and expressionism, and though influenced by them, he always maintained his won poetic language and vision. Chagall’s works are immersed in a fairytale-like atmosphere and filled with the typically Russian places and traditions of his background, such as popular festivals, images from fairytale books and depictions of religious rituals. More than 180 works are on display at the Vittoriano.

 Palladian Spring

Vicenza and province

Until July 07

www.vicenza.com

This Palladian Festival, a year after the fiftieth anniversary of Andrea Palladio’s birth, will present a rich calendar of wine and food events. The itinerary will begin at Palazzo Pisani. Easter and Easter Monday will be celebrated in Gambellara. The ramble around the Recioto Hills, on the 6th of May, will start from the same place. From April 10th to April 17th, it will be the turn of the fourteenth International Symposium “Nantopietra”. Artists from all over the world will carve their sculptures in the rock. From April 4th to May 23rd, the review “Asparagi e Vespaiolo” will be staged in Bassano. On Sunday May 20th the festival of the “Vespaiolo Doc” will take place in Breganze. “ArteVino2007” will close the exhibition, from May 27th to July.

 Abstract art in Milan

 Milan, Palazzo Reale

Until June 10th

  Kandinsky

 

 

“Kandisky e l’astrattismo in Italia 1930 – 1950”.  This is the title of the exhibition which retraces the artistic life of the painter. Beginning with the first exhibition in 1934 at the Milione Gallery in Milan, reaching as far as the influence that Kandinsky’s art, by then in his seventies, has wielded on Fontana, Melotti, Licini, Reggiani, Soldati and Veronesi this is a mandatory event for the understanding of abstract art and its nuances.

 

 

The “ Disparates” by Goya

  Rome, Reale Accademia di Spagna

Until April 20th

 

 http://www.museionline.it

The eighteen engravings, known as Disparates, created by Goya, probably between 1819 and 1823, are at the heart of this exhibition. They represent an unfinished set which still creates disagreement between the scholars over its significance. The Municipality of Fuendetodos charged Ricardo Calero, conceptual artist, with the task of trying to complete the series. The research carried out by Calero allowed him to create the Disparates of Fuendetodos and the Engravings of light (Incisioni di Luce), a mixture of etching, photography and movement. This artwork illustrates the exhibition.

 

 

  Luce di pietra a Roma

Rome, Palazzo Farnese, Villa Medici, San Luigi dei Francesi

Until April 15

 

http://www.lucedipietra.it  

 

This is a magical exhibition, hosted in the French Embassy and French Churches in Rome put on shoe the works of French and Italian contemporary artists. These splendid monuments become even more attractive thanks to exclusive light installations by artists of the calibre of Christian Boltanki, Jannis Kounellis, Enzo Cucchi, Jean-Baptiste Ganne, Sarkis and many more. Best enjoyed at night.

 

 

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