Contemporary art from Italy at CerModern



The Italian Embassy in Turkey has organized a major exhibition of contemporary Italian art in Ankara which represents a rich kaleidoscope of artistic trends and techniques from established masters and young emerging artists.

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Almost 40 works, some of which come from the collection of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, are presented at CerModern, as part of an international traveling exhibition that will stop in five other countries along the old Route Silk. The exhibit will also arrive in Xi’an, China, where it will end its journey.

The exhibition, entitled “The Silk Road: Contemporary Art and Italian Artists”, also highlights the contribution of new proposals which are carried, as in the past, from one continent to another and to across Asia.

“Particular attention”, said the curator, Angela Tecce, “was devoted to highlighting both the value of well-known artists and the proposals of young artists, to offer the public a panorama that would take into account the complexity and the diversity of newer and older trends.

The exhibition offers a brief overview of contemporary Italian art from the end of the 1960s to the present day and aims to strengthen its extraordinary vitality and, at the same time, to tell about its ability to interact with distant realities and worlds, to become a natural tool for dialogue.

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It offers a wide panorama of avant-garde art in Italy starting with masters such as Carla Accardi, Enrico Bay, Maria Lai, Michelangelo Pistoletto Jannis Kounellis, Mimmo Paladino, Ettore Spalletti, Giulio Paolini, Luigi Ontani and Emilio Isgró, while also including the experiences of young and very young artists. In addition, the works of undisputed masters of Italian photography such as Mimmo Jodice, Gabriele Basilico, Nino Migliori are presented in the exhibition.

The exhibition is on view at the CerModern museum until October 10.



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