Russian artist, Petr Davydtchenko, presents new work documenting three years surviving solely on roadkill: Reflecting on new economic models, the artist comments on the influence of cryptocurrency in his practice. a/political presents Millennium Worm, a solo exhibition by artist Petr Davydtchenko opening at Palazzo Lucarini Contemporary, Trevi on the 16
IERATICA consist of two projects by umbrian artist Luca Pucci and the artist group Az.Namusn.art from Porto Torres. Both of the artists present situations where art confronts itself with power, being used by it or becoming a tool to fight the power with a parodic attitude. Object: Contemporary Art Artist:
Stereo-Type is an ongoing project by Palazzo Lucarini Contemporary aimed at investigating the changing concept of “Identity” and its mutability.The current regeneration plan, together with a (maybe?) strong characterized imagination about the Bankside area, could leave an easily open space for a rethorical approach to Union Street and its sourroundings.
SUNDAY SOUP AND OTHER WAYS TO FEED CULTURE, Friday 24th February, h 19.00, at public works studio, 1-5 Vyner Street, London E2.
An introduction to alternative economic models and collaborative practices in times of decreasing mainstream funding. The discussion will focus on thoughts and tools towards more democratic and sustainable economies for experimental cultural practice. With presentations by: Tarkan Ahmet UK MD of PleaseFund.Us Introduction to crowd-funding and to PleaseFund.Us: what is
A.D.D. Attention Deficit Disorder is a contemporary art exhibition under the auspices of “VIEW. Routes of the contemporary in Umbria”, an original network project conceived by Maurizio Coccia. The project involves the Towns of Città della Pieve, Magione and Trevi in a rich series of events related to contemporary art.
IL PAESE SENZA NOME is a project resulting from the collaboration between the Commune of Trevi and Palazzo Lucarini Contemporary on the occasion of Festivol, the annual festival which Trevi dedicates to the privileged relation with a territory rich in history, culture and top-of-the-range food products. It is just in
At Palazzo Lucarini Contemporary a great exhibition dedicated to different aspects concerning identity. Two artists compare different ethnic groups, languages, cultures and visual features. Two artists who find in the terms “fluidity” and “permanent change”, the definition both of their existence and of their creative path.Object: contemporary art exhibition Artists:
STEREO-TYPE. Palazzo Lucarini Contemporary at London /Friday December 2nd, public works studio, London
STEREO-TYPE New frontiers of Italian MusicPalazzo Lucarini Contemporary is investigating again the changing concept of national identity. After twoexhibitions, in the year of celebration for the 150th anniversary of Italy’s Unification, the most innovative museum of Umbria is back with a new project and exports in UK its creativity. Keyword: