20eventi

Arte contemporanea in Sabina

20eventi 2010…let’s start the walk!

And let’s say: a very good walk! Because the works for the next edition of 20eventi 2010 started immediately with our “energetic” promenades in Sabina during the last week end, which is finished yesterday after the visit of some of the artists invited to present projects for the next year.

The edition of 20eventi 2010 has, as new partnership, another European country, and this year is Spain to have been chosen. This country will be present in the exhibition with artists coming from the Escola Massana in Barcelona and from the Academy of Spain in Rome.

Spanish artists will be present at the same time with Italian artists. These last ones will be chosen between students Frosinone’s Academy of Fine Arts.

First guests to visit Sabina’s places were Spanish artists in residence in Rome. They came to have a look as the “tradition” of 20eventi requires.

We spent a very nice day together, having good conversations in a pleasant atmosphere. The artists had the chance to start their cooperation with the curator Emanuele Sbardella, talking and walking between the steep streets of Sabina’s villages, which always offer beautiful overviews on the surrounding landscapes.

To recharge our energies and to contribute to the nice feeling, it arrived the fine lunch prepared by Alessandro in Toffia (33officina creativa Association). He entertained us with delightful food, his pleasant company and the very good Neapolitan coffee, that is never lacking by him.

Our day together ended at dusk in Bocchignano, the last visited centre after Fara Sabina, Farfa and Toffia. We said goodbye to artists and we took agreements to see them soon to know their first ideas about projects for 20eventi. These will be the projects that are going to constitute the cultural manifestation that will consist in the particular cohabitation between contemporary art and antiquity, which livens up every year the spring of Sabina.

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December 15, 2009 - Posted by | 20 eventi

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