Rome, the 9 exhibitions not to be missed in June

Several exhibitions in Rome in June: from “Pietro Consagra Sculpture in Relation. Works 1947-2004” to “Hybrida”, which goes through “Pier Paolo Pasolini. I do not let myself be moved by the photographs” and “Semi”

Exhibitions in June 2022

“Pietro Consagra sculpture in relation. Works 1947-2004”

At the Mucciaccia Gallery the retrospective “Pietro Consagra Sculpture in Relation. Works 1947-2004”, the first in Rome after the one dedicated to the artist in 1989 by the National Gallery of Modern Art. The Itinerary was created until August 5 and curated by Francesco Pola and presents 30 works to the public, from the first abstract sculptures from 1947 to the most recent works from the 2000s.

“Hybrid”

“Hybrida” is Matteo Basilé’s exhibition planned at Visionarea Art Space until September 6 and curated by Gianluca Marziani. The project presents a selection of works created in 2022 and never exhibited in Rome (photographic works in various formats that adapt their surfaces to the energy directions of the individual subject, to the irradiation plane, to an ability to evoke landscapes, even when they do not. .), as well as a brand new project of NFT works produced by the newborn Artitude.AI.

“Pier Paolo Pasolini. I do not let myself be moved by the photographs”

“Pier Paolo Pasolini. I do not let myself be moved by photographs” is the exhibition planned at WeGil until July 10, curated by Marco Minuz and Roberto Carnero: the path winds through 160 photographs and time documents to continue to nurture a confrontation with Pasolini’s intellectual heritage, discover the professional and private sphere.

“Frog”

Until 31 October at the Gaggenau DesignElementi exhibition “Semi” by FLora Debora, a real performative experience and installation to reflect on the meaning of life. Curated by Sabino Maria Frassà, the monograph presents works in ceramics, earth and gold, through which the Israeli artist builds a new Tower of Babel, an ideal place for dialogue and comparison.

“Disney. The Art of Telling Timelessly”

The work of the Disney artists, the research, the drawings that make up the material for the production of the historical films with which millions of children have grown up, will be exhibited until September 25 at the Palazzo Barberini in Rome. National Galleries hosts “Disney. The Art of Telling Timeless,” an exhibition promoted and produced by 24 ORE Cultura, curated by the Walt Disney Animation Research Library, in collaboration with Federico Fiecconi, historian and critic of comics and animated films. The exhibition tells the public about the extraordinary creative process behind the animated masterpieces and presents valuable original works from the Disney archives, starting with the immortal films from Walt Disney Animation Studios – including Hercules, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Pinocchio, Fantasia and The Little Mermaid – up to the latest Frozen 2 – Arendelle’s secret Telling timeless stories that manage to enchant the public is considered a real art, but behind the immediacy that is typical of the perfect artistic result, hides a creative research work, which it lasts by. for years, generally unknown to those who watch the film. The exhibition aims to tell the masterpieces of Walt Disney and trace the stories back to the epic tradition of ancient matrices: myths, medieval legends and folklore, fables and fairy tales that have been the narrative heritage of the various cultures of the world for centuries. From these traditions come the most famous stories from which the Disney films are drawn and presented in a narrative key through the exhibition of the preparatory sketches of creative research, focused on the exploration of characters, surroundings and narrative plot. The great innovative effort was to bring these stories to the cinema using various artistic tools, from hand drawing to digital animation, to capture the essence of ancient fables and revive them, updating their universal value. Along the way, interactive stations and an installation that evokes the scenarios of the great Disney animated masterpieces.

20 years of Parco della Musica, eight months of celebration in Rome

For 20 years, music in Rome has changed. Thanks to the Auditorium designed by Renzo Piano, the fascinating architectural structure recently named after Ennio Morricone, who has hosted thousands of events, events, festivals and performances with the big stars and the promises of classical, pop, rock and jazz . For the special birthday of the Parco della Musica, which in 2002 began to take its first steps on Christmas Day in Rome, the National Academy of Santa Cecilia and Musica per Roma have planned eight-month festivities, which begin exactly on April 21 with a concert ahead of intervention by the Mayor Roberto Gualtieri, the President of the region Nicola Zingaretti and the exponents of the two foundations Michele dall ‘Ongaro and Claudia Mazzola. The celebration ends on December 21, 20 years after the inauguration of Sala Santa Cecilia, which took place with a concert conducted by Myung-Whun Chung, then director of the Academy, and with Maurizio Pollini at the piano.

“Francesco Messina. Contemporary from the 20th Century”

To shape the material to restore the body’s perfection, the obsession with movement, the energy of nature, to look at the ancient and renaissance tradition as the main road and the stimulus to relate to its time in a new way: until 4 September at. Casino dei Principi di Villa Torlonia, in Rome, you can visit the exhibition “Francesco Messina. Novecento Contemporaneo”, curated by Maria Fratelli, Chiara Fabi and Chiara Battezzati, which tells the artistic parable of one of the most important sculptors of the last century. A wide range of works (81 in total, including bronze, terracotta and plaster casts) belonging to the permanent collection of the Francesco Messina Studio Museum in Milan outline the basic stages of the artist’s research and place his sculpture in relation to the works of 15 contemporary artists, from Andreas Senoner to Vanni Cuoghi, from Francesca Piovesan to Giulia Manfredi. The exhibition draws attention to the themes that Messina has focused on: the portrait as a direct opportunity for confrontation with the ancient masters, but also the human figure to be observed with modern eyes while respecting the realistic rendering; and again the small sculpture, with examples characterized by elegance and technical skill, and the monumental (with the portrait of Pius XII or with the large bronze horse commissioned in 1964 for the exterior of the Rai headquarters in viale Mazzini). Particularly fascinating are the sections dedicated to colored sculpture and dancers: if Messina with colors creates works of a realism bordering on obsession (for example, the portraits of his wife Bianca), in the sculptures dedicated to the dancers the artist focuses on movement, as well as on the anatomical study and the celebration of the female body (such as the sculptures depicting Aida Accolla, her muse, and the bronzebeatrice portraying a 9-year-old girl in full length).

The auditorium celebrates Vittorio Gassman’s centenary

Over a thousand square meters of exhibition space to tell Vittorio Gassman – actor, director, author, teacher, giant in the twentieth century – through unpublished private materials and professional testimonies, first-hand images and audiovisual materials, curiosities and personal items. The exhibition “Vittorio Gassman – The Centenary” will be held until June 29 in the Auditorium Parco della Musica in Rome. The exhibition, curated on the centenary of his birth by Alessandro Nicosia, Diletta d’Andrea Gassmann and Alessandro Gassmann and produced and organized by COR Create Organize Realize, traces the entire human and artistic parable of Gassman, who strived for excellence throughout his life. in all areas.

“CRAZY Madness in contemporary art” at Chiostro del Bramante

Darts – Chiostro del Bramante presents “CRAZY Madness in contemporary art”. It is a fantastic creative and exhibition project curated by Danilo Eccher. 21 artists of international significance, more than 11 unpublished site-specific installations: for the first time, the works of art will invade outer and inner space. It can be visited until January 8, 2023.

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