Days, weeks, decades, fly by when you are “Sculpting Time.” So many art and architecture events to post about – so little time. So we quickly post the schedule of the 4th weekend of “Scolpire il Tempo” Pietrasanta’s video art festival, which takes place this weekend.
Friday, the 12th of July
Projection of “Arte Povera” the documentary by Beatrice Merz, which traces the Italian art movement laid out by Germano Celant, in the late sixties.
AND: projection of “Alighiero e Boetti. Niente da Vedere Niente da Nascondere” (Alighiero and Boetti: Nothing to See, Nothing to Hide) Emidio Greco’s 1978 documentary about contemporary art.
PLUS two short films dedicated to Ron Arad and Marc Newson, two visionary artists who revolutionized contemporary design.
Saturday, the 13th of July
Projection of “I Colori della Passione” (The Colors of Passion) by Lech Majewski, an exploration of the work of Breugel.
AND: the projection of a conference featuring famed architect Renzo Piano, where he tries to answer “What is Architecture?”
Sunday, the 14th of July
Architecture takes center stage. The program Sunday is dedicated to some younger architects who’ve already made a name for themselves – as well as looking at some older figures: Herzog & De Meuron… and an homage to Oscar Niemeyer, who moved to the big Condo in the Sky in 2012 at age 105.
The screenings take place at M.U.S.A. from 6:30pm to 11:30pm, and are FREE to the public.
For further information, you can contact the Centro Arti Visive at 0584 792655, or by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We link to M.U.S.A.‘s website, here, for more information.
“Scolpire il tempo”
Via Sant’Agostino 61 (corner of Via Garibaldi)
Tel. +39 0583 9765
The festival is curated by Alessandro Romanini and is produced by the Fondazione Centro Arti Visive in collaboration with the Regione Toscana, the Comune di Pietrasanta, the Camera di Commercio and Pietrasanta’s Artigianart.
We link to the Wikipedia article on Arte Povera, here.
The photo above is of Michelangelo Pistoletto’s 1967 “Venere degli Stracci” (Venus of the Rags)
Previously on Art is Life:
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