E' aperta fino al 13 agosto la mostra “Changing Times” presso la Gallery Tragliata
a Fiumicino, a sud ovest di Roma.
Gli artisti in mostra: Erika Adamsson (FIN) , Hasan Fuat Sari (FIN) , Kati Immonen (FIN), Jukka Vikberg (FIN), Juha Sääski (FIN), Marjatta Oja (FIN), Ulrich Barnickel (GER) and Jan-EricJohansson (SWE). A cura di Hasan Fuat Sari.
Ecco il comunicato in inglese:
The Artists of the exhibition have a common interest in environmental and social changes of our time and the resulting ecological challenges. The group also share a similar attitude towards artistic endeavor.
The exhibition at the Gallery Tragliata will present a selection of contemporary works from Scandinavian and Baltic artists including paintings; graphic designs, videos, installations, and sculptures.
Tragliata is an integral part of this ecological and environmental dialogue: Gallery is situated in the naturally protected, historical Etruscan archeological area. The group believes that the exhibition’s theme and the venue are empowering each other.
This exhibition intends to develop an international dialogue between the artists and communities. The group hopes to continue organizing international exhibitions and also begin to hosting symposiums in Tragliata.
About the Gallery Tragliata
The Borgo di Tragliata is a historical domain located in Fiumicino, Italy, just 25 km from Rome. Ancient Etruscan sites are to be found within the domain, which, preserving the historical patrimony and the beauty of the picturesque Italian countryside, has evolved into a modern center for cultural activities and agricultural tourism.
The Gallery Tragliata focuses mostly on contemporary art. It was created by Italian architect Andrea del Gallo and Finnish sculptor Hasan Fuat Sari, in 2016, to add to the Borgo’s activities.
The gallery is spread to two floors within the main building. The upper floor has around 90m2 and the ground floor around 60m2 of exhibition space. In addition, there is a separate building for workshops, while it can also be used as an extra exhibition area. The premises make a perfect setting for open-air exhibitions.Our aim, in addition to exhibitions, is to organize international symposiums, as well as contemporary dance and music events.Artist residence can be provided.
Borgo di Tragliata, Via del Casale di Tragliata, 00050 Roma, Italia