“Essere (e) Mistero” (Being [and] Mystery) exhibition at the Palazzo Mediceo in Seravezza explores the mystery of being


The exhibition “Essere (e) Mistero,” curated by Maria Rita Montagnani, is a group show featuring paintings, sculptures, photographs and installations. The show is at the Palazzo Mediceo in Seravezza until the 15th of June, 2014.

The Medici Palace is one of the most unique exhibition spaces in the world, and has just received its certification as World Heritage Site by Unesco.

The exhibition pairs up artists whose works range from painting to sculpture to photography and installation. Each younger artist has been paired with an established artist of the opposite sex.

There’s a total of 38 artists in the exhibition; the pairs are: for painting and figuration: Alessandro Kokocinski and Simona Bramati, Vladimir Dunjic with Marta della Croce, Matthias Brandes and Anna Frida Madia, Giuseppe Bombaci and Laura Bianchi, Ettore del Vigo and Alessandra Gasparini, Marco Manzella and Marilisa Pizzorno, Davide Puma and Roberta Serenari. For painting and abstraction: Marcello Scarselli with Laura Lapini, Ivo Lombardi, and Stefania Quartieri, Giulio Greco and Letteria Giuffrè Pagano. For “scrittura minima:” Primo Biagioni and Laura Caramelli, for sculpture: Stefania di Giusto with Barbara Fluvi, Valente Cancogni with Elisa Corsini while for installation: Ettore Saccà, and Gaia Ferraro, Sergio Mazzanti with Margherita Levo Rosenberg. For digital work: Giuliano Cerocchi and Cristina Stifanic. And for photography: Luca Lupi with Ilaria Ferretti, Sergio Marcelli and Lidia Gusto, Matteo Forli with Martina Princivalle.

“Essere (e) Mistero”
Until the 15th of June, 2014
Palazzo Mediceo

Visit the exhibition website, linked here.

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