" Italian-Lebanese contemporary art "
PROFESSOR ANTONIO D’AVOSSA, Professor of Contemporary Art History at the Accademia Internazionale di Belle Arti di Brera in Milan, will present his conference on Thursday May 4, 2017, at 4.00 pm in Salle polyvalente niveau -2, Alba Sin el Fil.
About the Lecture:
The symbolic art installation of the famous Italian artist Michelangelo Pistoletto is thought provoking and raises many questions on the geopolitical and cultural conditions of the Mediterranean: TAVOLO LOVE-DIFFERENCE 2005-2017.
Reflecting on the concept of difference and identity: Visions and cultural and anthropological perspectives on the art system and the arts systems.
Galleries, museums and institutions.
Artists, techniques, new languages and new topics: Peace, wars, religions, the status of women, geography and borders, between change and migration. The Venice Biennale: The Italian and Lebanese pavilions, as a provisional conclusion.
About the Speaker:
Antonio d’Avossa is a Professor of Contemporary Art History at the Accademia Internazionale di Belle Arti di Brera in Milan. An art critic, he has curated numerous exhibitions in Italy, Europe and America.
He has been curator of Aperto 93 at XLV Esposizione Internazionale d’Arte La Biennale di Venezia 1993.
He has been editor-in-chief of the review Cimal Internacional and scholarly editor of numerous European art journalist, including Op. Cit., Segno, Flash Art, Domus, Abitare, D’Ars, and Art & Design.
He has published numerous essays and books, including Andrea Sacchi e la polemica antibarocca (Rome 1983); Polvere, scritture critiche (Rome 1987); Michelangelo Pistoletto. L’Architettura dello Specchio (Barcellona 1990); Joseph Beuys, Operaciò Difesa della Natura (Barcellona 1993); Joseph Beuys, Difesa della natura (Milan 2001); Enzo Mari, il lavoro al centro (Milan 1999); Joseph Beuys. A Revolucao somos nos (Sao Paulo 2010); Joseph Beuys. La Revolucion sonos nosotros (Mexico City 2011); Art is Food. Food is Art (Washington and Milan 2012/2013); Fluxus. A creative revolution (Milan and Mexico City 2012/2013; Daniel Spoerri. Eat art in transformation (Milan 2015); Daniel Spoerri. Das offene Kunstwerke (Koln/Regensburg 2016).