Exhibition – Mediterraneo: Keramikos 2020
(Lorenzo Fiorucci, Magazzini della Lupa, Polo Museale della Campania)
@ MUSEO DUCA DI MARTINA / VILLA FLORIDIANA
77 Via Cimarosa / 171 Via Aniello Falcone, Napoli
until APRIL 18th 2020
The Mediterranean has always been and is still today a major element that binds Naples and its history and rich culture to the land of which man has changed and developed forms, imprinted legends and beliefs and narrated various stories from mixed cultures – enabling us today to travel and create memorable itineraries that are clearly evident within the precious collections held within the Museum Museo Duca di Martina.
The Keramikos project was established in 2007 aiming to enhance ceramics as an expressive medium, to then form the cultural association Magazzini della Lupa – who have contributed to the diffusion of contemporary ceramic sculpture with programmed exhibitions and publications since year 2014.
The exhibition Mediterraneo: Keramikos 2020 opening dates have been extended to Saturday April 18th 2020. The exhibition presents 26 artists and the Mediterranean theme is divided into three categories: The first: *Omaggio – A tribute to the four sculptors – Garesio, Muky, Pirozzi and Summa; Two sections regard the way the artists related to the Mediterranean with – the second: *Memorie del Mediterraneo – Memories presenting works by Bellucci, Caruso, Cechetti, Chiucchi, Crisafi, Francucci, Gabrieli, Manni, Pagliarulo, Palmarelli and Taschini ; the third: *Metafora del Mediterraneo – Metaphors displays works created by Antonelli, Baldelli, Luccioli, Melloni, Monachesi, de Nichilo, Palmieri, Quintili, Ruzza, Soddu and Talotta.
Special events will be held throughout the Museum during the exhibition aiming to create a broader horizon upon and the enhancement of Italian ceramic sculpture and contemporary ceramics.
Museo della ceramica Duca di Martina in Villa Floridiana
171 Via A. Falcone / 77 Via Cimarosa (80127) Napoli
Opening times: 9.30 am to 5 pm – last admission by 4.15 pm – Closed Tuesdays.
Museum Entrance fees: Standard € 4,00; Reduced € 2,00
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FEBRUARY 2020 NOTE: THE PARK VILLA FLORIDIANA IS TEMPORARILY CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
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