Which the relationship is existing today between museums and contemporary art? What curating exhibitions and initiatives means, by interlacing public and private for the art of XX and XXI centuries? Which role foundations, fairs and galleries play? Which curatorship practices may be set up in each of those venues, so as to help to spread the knowledge of the contemporary art?
-Museums and contemporary art /museums of contemporary art.
-Importance of the relationship between public and private. Curating events in foundations, fairs, galleries.
-On curating Public Art.
-Reinventing the museum.
Director. Alessandra Gagliano Candela
Alessandra Gagliano Candela is Professor of History of Art at Accademia Ligustica di Belle Arti, of which she is presently Vice-Director too.
Art Historian and Art Critic, she curated exhibitions on artists of the XX century as “Giovanni Governato il Cromatico. Dal Futurismo all'Astrazione” (Raccolte Frugone 2005), “Luigi Bassano, Dino Gambetti, Libero Verzetti. Tre artisti in Liguria tra gli anni Venti e gli anni Sessanta” (Museo dell'Accademia Ligustica 2008-2009), “Orlando Grosso” (Museo dell'Accademia Ligustica 2011).
She curated projects and exhibitions of contemporary artists as “IF (but I can explain)” of Silvia Celeste Calcagno (Museo Villa Croce, 2017) as well as “Stagioni, la mostra. Figure urbane” (Palazzo Ducale, Ducale Spazio Aperto 2017).
She published essays as “Lumière et recherche artistique entre Europe et Etats-Unis 1950-1970” , in “Figures de l’art “(2009) “Arte e illustrazione in Italia 1900-1930” in the catalogue of the exhibition “Mario Sironi. L’Italia illustrata”, Skira 2007, “Alberto Issel dalla pittura di paesaggio alle arti decorative“ in the catalogue of the exhibition “Alberto Issel. Il paesaggio nell’Ottocento tra Liguria e Piemonte”, Skira 2006.
Since 2008 she has been cooperating with “Festival dell'Eccellenza al Femminile” for the artistic section and from 2007 to 2014 she was freelance for Arskey (www.teknemedia.net).
From 2014 to 2016 she curated the art section in the magazine “Stagioni”.
Venue. Sala del Camino e Loggiato Minore, Palazzo Ducale
The Doge's Palace (in Italian: Palazzo Ducale) were built between 1251 and 1275, during the flourishing period of the Republic of Genoa.
Once the home of the Doges of Genoa, it is now a museum and a centre for cultural events and arts exhibitions. It is situated in the heart of the historical city centre, with two different entrances and façades, the main one on Piazza Matteotti, and the second one on Piazza De Ferrari.
Barbara Andrez Aveiro
Jean Romeo Kamptchouang Ngamo Clermont Ferrand
Manila Zangari Génova
Lidia Persano Génova
Virginia Lupo Génova
Indre Mikelaityte Kaunas
Francesco Buonerba Lecce
Anna Bakiera Lublin
Magdalena Zieniewicz Lublin
Jasmina Fuckan Zagreb
Ivana Vaseva Skopje
Juan Carlos Quindós de la Fuente Valladolid
Maja Flajsig Zagreb-HDLU
Neva Lukic Zagreb-HDLU
Daniela Bilopavlovic Bedenik Zagreb-HDLU
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