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museo di arte moderna
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  • ZimmerFrei, "La Valle", 2017, Foto Anna de Manincor
  • Veronica de Giovanelli, "Posidonia", 2015, Courtesy Boccanera Gallery, Trento
  • Rafael Pareja, "Love me (trittico)", 1998, Collezione privata
  • Antonello Veneri, "Extremos Cotidianos - Brasil", 2011-18, Courtesy il fotografo

Close. Not Here.
Paths of Tridentine Creativity

Galleria Civica Trento
14 July 2018 / 14 October 2018
An exhibition that shortens distances, a journey among the heterogeneous idioms of contemporary culture, from visual arts to literature, from cinema to music, from photography to architecture.

lose. Not Here. assembles in Trento those Tridentine artists – by birth or election – who have built their international careers elsewhere, in or outside of Italy.
Curated by the Tridentine artist Luca Coser, faculty member at the Brera Academy of Fine Arts, along with the curators of the Galleria Civica, the project presents the cultural pursuits of those who dwell – mentally and physically – in an elsewhere that is not just geographic.
Born between 1943 and 1989, the authors live and work in Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, the United Kingdom, Spain, Sweden, Brazil, Canada and the United States, and have participated in international exhibitions and events. The works on display have been created using a multiplicity of techniques and languages. The result is a story with a number of voices, revealing the heterogeneity of identities and creative experiences.
As in a journey, the itinerary is marked by points of access, of transit, for stopping and resting, highlighted by the layout designed by the Campomarzio architects’ collective.

On display are works by:

Cinzia Angelini, Carmelo Arnoldin, Fabrizio Barozzi, Marco Dalbosco, Veronica de Giovanelli, Anna de Manincor, Loredana Dordi, Piermario Dorigatti, Giancarlo Ferrari, Matteo Franceschini, Micol Grazioli, Flavio Marzadro, Valentina Miorandi, Andrea Pallaoro, Rafael Pareja, Matteo Peterlini, Mariella Poli, Matteo Rosa, Giacomo Sartori, Gino Tavernini, Antonello Veneri.


Curated by Luca Coser, Margherita de Pilati, Gabriele Lorenzoni

Press release

Press release

2018 Exhibition Programme

2018 Exhibition Programme