ROSSOCINABRO | exhibitions | XVIII Giornata del Contemporaneo AMACI 8 OTTOBRE 2022

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18° Contemporary Day | AMACI 

 

Rome 1st - 8th October, 2022 by AMACI

 

About AMACI

AMACI is the Association of the 24 Italian Contemporary Art Museums.

The Contemporary Day, the great event organized annually by AMACI to bring the art to the general public will be held on Saturday, 8 October 2022.

Now in its eighteenth year, once again Day Contemporary will open the doors of 24 AMACI museums, along with about a thousand institutions throughout Italy and abroad to present artists and new ideas through exhibitions, workshops, events and conferences. This is a multiform programme that, year after year, has given the general public an opportunity to experience from up close the complex and lively world of contemporary art, making the event organized by AMACI the annual appointment that officially opens the art season in Italy.

The eighteenth edition will take place on the national territory on Saturday 8 October 2022. 

Thanks to the diplomatic-consular network of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, made up of Embassies, Consulates and Italian Cultural Institutes. Then there will be the involvement of the network of Contemporary Places promoted by the General Direction for Contemporary Creativity of the MiC.

 

We are excited to be continuing to participate to this annual tradition from 2008

  

the exhibitions:

 

Title: AQUA

Exhibition date: 1st - 8th October 

Venue: ROSSOCINABRO

Roma, Via Raffaele Cadorna 28

Meeting the artists: Saturday, 8 October 5-7 PM

 

Title: ECOLOGY AS A FEELING

Exhibition date: 1st - 8th October 

Venue: IL LEONE ART GALLERY

Roma Via Aleardo Aleardi 12

Meeting the artists: Saturday, 8 October 6-8 PM

 

 

About exhibition AQUA

Rossocinabro will also take part in this one-day art festival with a project dedicated to the water.

AQUA wants to emphasize individual and collective responsibility for the role and use of this element for our planet and its importance for humans, fauna and flora. For our society, water management is one of the greatest challenges and one of the priority objectives of the 21st century.

The exhibition premiered in Dubai in July. Now the artworks from different countries can be exhibited in Rome, in order to draw the public's attention to the notion of interdependence because where water is threatened, so all forms of life on Earth are too.

As a vital element, it is essential for the protection of biodiversity and ecosystems. Natural resource par excellence, water is at the center of considerations on the consequences of climate change.  

Artists: Krisztina Arláth, Axel Becker, André Colinet, Decheng Cui, Aleksandra de Pan, Lord Nicolaus Dinter, Eivor Ewalds, Lo Fehrling, Heide Fennert, g.f., Katarzyna Gołębiowska, Martha Madrigal, Sharlene Mclearon, Christina Mitterhuber, Moniqqques, Saether Morten, Anne Felicie Nickels, Nhora Ortiz, Kseniya Oudenot, Miya Ozaki, Lilly Russo, Katia Seri

 

About exhibition ECOLOGY AS A FEELING

While the climate exchange rages on, we turn our attention to nature and various forms of life, and we begin thinking deeply about the feelings triggered in humans when they come into contact with the elements, animals, and plants, etc. The artist's emotions and visions can be overwhelming. So the art can help us address current issues from a new angle in this delicate balance through feelings, like love or optimism but also anger when something you love is damaged and values such as ethics.  

Artists: Tone Aaness, Sergio Alessandrini, Antonella Argiroffo, Nicola Barth, Blair Martin Cahill, Jo Do Joong, Pilar Rivero Donoso, Brenda Estrada, Giusy Foresta, Tamara Jare, Corina Karstenberg, Begoña Lafuente, Amadio Lancia, Douglas Lyell, Simona Momoni, Vera Nowottny, Kerstin Nystrom, Kseniya Oudenot, Natalia Schaefer, Silvia Sette

 

 

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Amaci 18° Giornata del Contemporaneo

img credits: Giorgio Andreotta Calò per la Diciottesima Giornata del Contemporaneo AMACI, Icarus, 2021 - 2022

 

 

 
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