THE EXHIBITION, with free admission, at the Palazzo di Largo della Fontanella Borghese from 11 to 20 June
The sarnanese artist Giovanni Scagnoli, after participating in the 58th International Art Exhibition in Venice, continues to collect successes by exhibiting his work, “Vibrations”, at the fourth edition of the International Exhibition of Visual Arts in Rome 2021, at the Galleria del Cembalo at the interior of the historic Palazzo Borghese in Rome, from 11 June until 20 June 2021. The palace, which can be admired coming from via dei Condotti, is also the seat of the Spanish Embassy and the exclusive hunting club. Over two hundred Italian artists will participate in this edition with three hundred works exhibited in five exhibition spaces: Galleria del Cembalo – Palazzo Borghese (Largo Fontanella Borghese 19), Palazzo della Cancelleria (Piazza della Cancelleria 1), Galleria della Biblioteca Angelica (Piazza di S. Agostino 8) Palazzo Velli-Expò (Piazza di Sant’Egidio 10) Medina Rome Art Gallery (Via Angelo Poliziano 32-34-36). This year the exhibition will be inaugurated by the well-known historian Daniele Radini Tedeschi who stated that «Art is always an opportunity to bring artists closer, open to dialogue, encounter and confrontation of different ideological visions. I think it is necessary, even more so today, to testify the culture of the present with works of art: “immortalize” this not simple, sometimes contradictory, certainly problematic period in order to ask questions and suggest answers.
The city of Rome, with this event, will be able to welcome an interesting cultural fervor, viaticum for tomorrow ». The title is extremely relevant to the times we live in: “Twenties-Global Change” a visual window on the climatic, social and geopolitical changes of a very troubled twenty years, characterized mainly by the current pandemic course. The artists will stage the different individual reactions of an isolated, shaken and unequivocally troubled community with colors, performative gestures, sculptures and photographic shots. There will be a sometimes dramatic, sometimes ironic representation of a state of inner discomfort also caused by social distancing. The exhibition, with free admission, at the Palazzo di Largo della Fontanella Borghese 19 – Rome, will be open from 11 June to 20 June and will run at the following times: Monday / Saturday 11-19.
Giovanni Scagnoli from Sarnano at the Venice Biennale
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