Panorama Monopoli from 1 to 4 September 2022

We are delighted to announce our participation in the new edition of Panorama Monopoli from 1 to 4 September 2022


ITALICS is the first consortium in Italy to bring together over sixty of the most authoritative galleries of ancient, modern and contemporary art throughout Italy. From Thursday 1 to Sunday 4 September 2022 in Monopoli (Bari), it is presenting the second edition of the city-wide exhibition “Panorama”, curated by Vincenzo de Bellis, Curator and Associate Director of Programs, Visual Arts at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis.

“Panorama”, the special story that ITALICS dedicates periodically to some of the most extraordinary places in the Italian landscape, launched its first edition last year on the wonderful island of Procida, offering a new itinerary of ancient and contemporary art and architecture, accompanied by a schedule of informative side events, performances and special projects open to the public.

The exhibition itinerary encompasses the ancient historic center of the Adriatic town and entails twenty exhibition venues, including palaces, churches, piazzas, votive aedicules hidden in alleyways and lanes. It will host 70 works ranging from the 15th-century to today and includes 7 performance pieces, created by 60 international artists of different nationalities and from different eras and generations: Mario Airò (Pavia, Italy, 1961), Francesco Arena (Torre Santa Susanna, Brindisi, Italy, 1978), Stefano Arienti (Asola, Mantua, Italy, 1961), Gianfranco Baruchello (Livorno, Italy, 1924), Luca Bertolo (Milan, Italy, 1968), Paolo Bini (Battipaglia, Salerno, Italy, 1984), Alighiero Boetti (Turin, Italy, 1940 – Rome, Italy, 1994), Pier Paolo Calzolari (Bologna, Italy, 1943), Sexto Canegallo (Sestri Ponente, Genoa, Italy, 1892 – 1966), Mariana Castillo Deball (Mexico City, Mexico, 1975), Adelaide Cioni (Bologna, Italy, 1976), Pietro Consagra (Mazara del Vallo, Trapani, 1920 – Milan, Italy, 2005), Maria Adele Del Vecchio (Caserta, Italy, 1976), Gaia Di Lorenzo (Rome, Italy, 1991), Nathalie Djurberg & Hans Berg (Lysekil, Sweden, 1978 / Rättvik, Sweden, 1978), Mimosa Echard (Alès, France, 1986), Sam Falls (San Diego, CA, United States, 1984), Matteo Fato (Pescara, Italy, 1979), Ettore Ferrari (Rome, Italy, 1845 – 1929), Cesare Fracanzano (Bisceglie, Barletta-Andria-Trani, Italy, 1605 – Barletta, Barletta-Andria-Trani, Italia, 1651), Massimo Grimaldi (Taranto, Italy, 1974), Edi Hila (Shkodra, Albania, 1944), Judith Hopf (Karlsruhe, Germany, 1969), Adelita Husni-Bey (Milan, Italy, 1985), Alfredo Jaar (Santiago del Chile, Chile, 1956), Ann Veronica Janssens (Folkestone, United Kingdom, 1956), Runo Lagomarsino (Lund, Sweden, 1977), Giovanni Lanfranco (Parma, Italy, 1582 – Rome, Italy, 1647), Francesco Laurana e Nicola Samorì (Dalmatia, Croatia, 1430 – Avignon, France, 1502 / Forlì, 1977), Renato Leotta (Turin, Italy, 1982), Jieun Lim (Seoul, South Korea, 1983), Lorenzo Lippi (Florence, Italy, 1606 – 1665), Carlo Manieri (Taranto, Italy, 1633 – Rome, Italy, 1702), Franca Maranò (Bari, Italy, 1920 – Bari, Italy, 2015), Richard Marquis & Johanna Nitzke Marquis (Bumble Bee, AZ, United States, 1945 /  Northern Wisconsin, WI, United States, 1947),  Mario Merz (Milan, Italy, 1925 – 2003), Marisa Merz (Turin, Italy, 1926 – 2019), Luzie Meyer (Tübingen, Germany, 1990), Diego Miguel Mirabella (Enna, Italy, 1988), François Morellet (Cholet, France, 1926 – 2016), Valerio Nicolai (Gorizia, Italy, 1988), Alessandro Piangiamore (Enna, Italy, 1976), Michelangelo Pistoletto (Biella, Italy, 1933), Gianni Politi (Rome, Italy,1986), Nathlie Provosty (Cincinnati, OH, United States, 1981), Giangiacomo Rossetti (Milan, Italy, 1989), Medardo Rosso (Turin, Italy, 1858 – Milan, Italy, 1928), Mimmo Rotella (Catanzaro, Italy, 1918 – Milan, Italy, 2006), Antonio Sanfilippo (Partanna, Trapani, Italy, 1923 – Rome, Italy, 1980), Aviva Silverman (New York, NY, United States, 1986), Carl-August-Wilhelm Sommer (Germany, 1839 – 1921), Eugenio Tibaldi (Alba, Cuneo, Italy, 1977), Patrick Tuttofuoco (Milan, Italy, 1974), Massimo Vitali (Como, Italy, 1944), Luca Vitone (Genoa, Italy, 1964), Stanley Whitney (Philadelphia, PA, United States, 1946), Antonio Zanchi (Padua, Italy, 1631 – Venice, Italy, 1722).

Biennale Internazionale dell’Antiquariato di Firenze of Palazzo Corsini, from 24. September to 2. October 2022.