Nothing was black and white
Ivan Terranova
11 December 2021
10:00 – 12:00

Within its program, the OELLE foundation continues to pay particular attention to the production of site specific exhibitions that draw on the Archive, like an expanded universe, to create assonances and new narratives.
Cinema, music, literature, contemporary languages, find to be faithful companions on a fascinating journey. A great attention and a deep respect for the public that follows us, attentive and eager for cultural hope, in a difficult time for the aggregation and management of cultural movements.
OELLE doesn't stop, by statute and by spirit of service.
“NULLA ERA BIANCO NERO” summarizes the work of six artists different for the languages ​​used, but united by the propensity to investigate the folds of vision and run the risk of research.
Multi-titled artists who take risks and draw perceptive paths that invade the viewer in a time in which approval becomes a reassuring and usual factor.

Fondazione OELLE Mediterraneo Antico
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Via Antonello da Messina 45/A, 95022, Aci Castello, Catania, Italy