Quayola extended until 13 Feb !
The Quayola exhibition at Palazzo Cipolla in Rome has been extended until 13 February
The two-week extension is made possible thanks to the commitment of the Terzo Pilastro-Internazionale Foundation, which promotes it, and to the artist and the lenders of the works.
The exhibition, curated by Jérôme Neutres and Valentino Catricalà, was strongly supported by Prof. Avv. Emmanuele Francesco Maria Emanuele, President of the Terzo Pilastro-Internazionale Foundation, and created by POEMA with the organizational support of Comediarting and Arthemisia.
“I am very pleased to extend the use of the” Re-coding “exhibition by visitors to Palazzo Cipolla, offering them the opportunity to get to know and appreciate an extraordinary artist like Quayola, able to bring traditional purists closer to new expressive codes deriving from the most current technologies. ” – said Prof. Emanuele – “Quayola uses the algorithms that regulate the digital world to plumb, with the infinite opportunities that technology offers, the research process that is the basis of the work of art itself, building new standards completely new aesthetics. In this innovative and original path, it is significant that for Quayola it is essential to constantly be inspired by the great masters of classical art, such as Raphael, Botticelli, Rubens, Bernini, in an ideal and unavoidable dialogue between the past and the present. ”
Born in 1982, one of the most important exponents of media-art internationally, Quayola belongs to that rare dynasty of art creators who, by inventing their own personal expressive code, have re-mastered the history of art through his vision. The historic building of Palazzo Cipolla proved to be the ideal space to exhibit the history of Quayola’s art, animated by a permanent comparison between the artist’s classical education and his daily use of the most futuristic means of visual expression. The works on display, created between 2007 and 2021, give us a complete overview of the artist’s creative process, ranging from the immaterial form (videos) to the material one (prints or sculptures).
The exhibition space of Palazzo Cipolla will observe the following times: from Tuesday to Sunday 10.00 – 20.00 (the ticket office ends at 19.00); Monday closed.
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