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"The Dance of Utopians", An exhibition path for the streets of Seravezza

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"The Dance of Utopians", An exhibition path for the streets of Seravezza

THE DANCE OF UTOPISTS is the title of the show that the artist Emanuele Giannelli presents from June 23 to August 31 in Seravezza: Specifically developed in eight different locations between the UNESCO area of ​​the Medicean Palace and the historic center of the city. The exhibition is promoted by Fondazione Terre Medicee and Comune di Seravezza for the "Sculpture at Seravezza" cycle that opens this year and offers to Giannelli the opportunity to measure - for the first time - with a strongly urban fabric characterized. By the critic Enea Chersicola.



With this exhibition Giannelli adds a new chapter to his original study on contemporary humanity Opening on Friday, June 23, at 6 pm at Palazzo Mediceo

, On the distortions that new media, advertising, image, chronicle, serial consumption, appearance produce on our way to relate to the world and with others. Not a judgment, that of the artist, but an invitation to reflect and question, to find the answers in ourselves. His research focuses on the human body, with techniques and materials of the tradition called to evoke alien and futuristic worlds thanks to the recovery and use of industrial and cybernetic waste elements.



When: until 08/31/2017

Where: Fondazione Terre Medice - Viale L. Amadei, 230 (già Via del Palazzo, 358) - Teatro Scuderie Granduca, Seravezza

Time: 18,00 - 00.00

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