MAT – music art theatre with the exhibition portrait/self-portrait: artists’ declensions, a new visual project of the Teatro Lirico di Cagliari starts
From Wednesday 12th December till Sunday 27th January 2008, the Stalls foyer of the Teatro Lirico di Cagliari will held the exhibition "portrait/self-portrait: artists’ declensions”.
Eighteen artists, Nietta Condemi De Felice, Antonello Cuccu, Attilio Della Maria, Marco Alberto Desogus, Paola Dessy, Angelino Fiori, Gino Frogheri, Gavino Ganau, Angelo Liberati, Salvatore Ligios, Antonio Mallus, Flaviano Ortu, Ottonello, Gianfranco Pintus, Rosanna Rossi, Maura Saddi, Giovanna Secchi, Priamo Tolu, will measure themselves, each one with an original free-technique work, all of them having in common the same size in height (cm. 200) and width (cm. 150).
Bi-three-dimensional textures, digital assemblages printed on aluminium and on canvas, charcoal drawings, analogue, digital, inkjet and piezographic printings on cotton paper, acrylic paintings on canvas and corrugated paper, mirrors on plywood, gold leaf, oil colours, enamels, pastels and crayons on MDF, mixed techniques, collages, linen cloth and steel insertions will be displayed.
MAT – music art theatre is a new visual project of the Teatro Lirico di Cagliari, which starts with the exhibition portrait/self-portrait: artists’ declensions, curated by Gabriella Locci, representative of the Ministry of Culture in the board of directors of the Teatro Lirico di Cagliari, and so introduces a path dedicated to contemporary art. The Opera House stalls foyer establishes itself as an important meeting place in town and as a venue for art fruition: the wider spaces, as they were in the original architectural plan, as well as the lights conformed to the repainted and perfectly empty walls, allow a more proper use of the Theatre volumetric features.
The exhibition was presented on Tuesday, 11th December at 7 p.m.
The catalogue of the exhibition, edited by Grafiche Ghiani, provides a presentation of the new art project by Gabriella Locci, a critical essay by di Alessandra Menesini, 18 b/w photo portraits, one for each artist, and a colour illustration of each exhibit.
The exhibition portrait/self-portrait: artists’ declensions has the contributions of the Municipality of Cagliari, the District for Tourism, Arts and Crafts, and Commerce of the Autonomous Region of Sardinia, the Province of Cagliari, and the Fondazione Banco di Sardegna and is realized in collaboration with the Winery and Vineyard Feudi della Medusa.
The exhibition is free entrance and, besides during performances, will be opened Tuesday to Friday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
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