Dance, with the performance Light, breaks into museum and transforms it in animated picture.
Arearea reinvents the perspective of painting, looking for an integration between the gestural writing and picture inside the exhibition: Images of Reality: Realist Painting between the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries (reservation is recommended, limited seats).
Over the course of the nineteenth century, in response to the challenges posed by the ever more rigorous comparisons made between painting and the photographic image, artists began to turn their attention to reality, in all its manifestations, in search of new fonts of inspiration. The most favoured subjects became landscapes, scenes from daily life, and portraits; it was in these areas that new modes of direct representation of reality developed in an effort to make the image ever more immediate and ‘instantaneous’. Leading this process of artistic renewal was En Plein Air painting, while other techniques for representing reality developed in the wake of scientific discoveries made during the late nineteenth century. Divisionism and symbolism made their own contribution to this new trajectory, carrying the principles of realism far beyond the threshold of the twentieth century.
Director of The Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art “Casa Cavazzini”
(Exhibition open to the public from November 6, 2016 to March 2017)
Angelica Margherita, Marco Pericoli, Andrea Rizzo, Carolina Alessandra Valentini
Ente Regionale Teatrale del FVG in collaborazione con a.Artisti Associati
with the support of:
H 11.30 (replica) Museo d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea Casa Cavazzini Via Cavour, 14 Udine
H 15.30 Museo d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea Casa Cavazzini Via Cavour, 14 Udine