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ParolARTE, homage to Liguria
The exhibition "ParolARTE, homage to Liguria" foresees the coexistence of poems dedicated to Liguria by important poets (from Ungaretti to Montale and others) and n. 44 a
Emanuele Martinengo "Sulle strade della Riviera Ligure" 1920, olio su cartone, cm. 27x17, collezione privata,Savona credito fotografico, cortesia Dr. Roberto Debenedetti
8 October 2022
16:00 – 18:00
Free admission and catalog on site
Descrizione

The idea of ​​proposing to the large "Artists and photographers" section of the "R. Aioli ", non-profit Savona to participate in the ParolARTE exhibition, a tribute to Liguria, was born from the prodrome of the exhibition held, with great success, at the Italian Cultural Institute of the Italian Embassy in Prague where we set up an important photographic collective -" Mediterranean. A story through images, poetry and music ”- which from April 27 to May 18 2017 could be enjoyed in the local Baroque Chapel. This idea of ​​combining the verses of some poets with the images, suggestions, shapes and colors of certain artists and photographers seemed to us somewhat stimulating and so, after the forced stop due to the pandemic, we decided to extend this reflection to the whole of Liguria, from hills to the sea. Ben n. 44 Italian and foreign artists have joined with their original works, born from various poems. Again this idea of ​​Dr. Silvia Bottaro was welcomed by Prof. Giancarlo Pinto who promoted a photographic competition dedicated to books that talk about Liguria (of which the best results will be exhibited in this new exhibition and included in his catalog) and by poet Gabriella Gasparini who has specially written a lyric dedicated to Liguria.Thus the written word (among other things of important voices in this sector, in fact, we have chosen the following poets: Montale, Ungaretti, Luzi, Cardarelli, Alda Merini, Sbarbaro, Barile, Caproni, Fabrizio De Andrè, Gabriella Gasparini) in the various participants images, colors, shapes, sculptures, suggestive ceramics, poetic at the same time. Thanks to all the participants Maria Paola Amoretti, Giovanni Berio (Ligustro), Lucia Bracco, Carmen Buteler, Milly Coda, Brunella Coriando, Gioxe De Micheli, Christian Di Fraia (Narciso), Roberto Di Giorgio, Fiorenza Ferrari, Alessandro Fieschi, Silvia Fucilli , Laura Gabelloni, Anna Gatto, Grazia Genta, Sabina Giacone, Biagio Giordano, Carlo Giusto, Bruno Gorgone, Alessandra Guassardo, Alessandra Guenna, Florcatia Libois, Cristina Mantisi, Giovanna Marrone, Giovanni Massolo, Renata Minuto, Gianni Pascoli, Oscar Pennaccino, Giancarlo Pizzorno, Ylli Plaka, Adriana Podestà, Antonietta Preziuso, Mariella Relini, Barbara Ricchebuono, Rossella Ricci, Gian Paolo Roffi, Vincenzo Rossi, Angela Ruffino, Anna Santoiemma, Mariarosa Scerbo, Paolo Sottano, Giulio Tassara, Giuseppe Trielli, Chiara Vallarino. Another "gift" is included in this initiative: the supreme muse of Ungaretti, the poetess Bruna Bianco, wrote a reflection on the need for "constant renewal of the word" through an unpublished autograph of the Poet - "Cantetto senza parole" of October 1957 - with some of its variants. Ungarettian poem sent to Bianco, with dedication, in 1967 to S. Pauolo-Brazil. The exhibition will open on 1 October 2022 at Villa Maura in Carcare (Savona) and, then, at Palazzo Nervi - Savona from 11 to 22 November 2022.

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via Barrili, 12 , 17043, Carcare, Savona, Italy
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