The CreArt European Exhibition “Notes on tomorrow” will be presented in Aveiro (Portugal) on 28th October in the following exhibition spaces: Galeria da Antigua Capitania, Museu Arte Nova e Museu de Aveiro Santa Joana. The show, curated by Luísa Santos has the collaboration of 21 projects from the Creart network. With occasion of the opening, some of the artists will be present and there will be organized also parallel activities.
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The Lithuanian city of Kaunas will present on 17 June the CreArt European Exhibition “Notes on tomorrow” in Mapu 20 and Meno Forma galleries. The show, curated by Luísa Santos has the collaboration of 21 projects from the Creart network. With occasion of the opening, some of the artists will be present and there will be organized also parallel activities.
The CreArt European Exhibition 2015 “The City and me” with 20 projects selected by the curator Lucas Cuturi, will be open next 20 th November, in Genoa, after being exhibited in Pardubice (Czech Republic) in Linz (Austria). The Exhibition will be open until 10 January, 2016 in the following spaces: Sala Dogana and Ducale Spazio Aperto in Palazzo Ducale, Museo Villa Croce and Palazzo Bianco.
The CreArt European Exhibition 2015 “The City and me” with 20 projects selected by the curator Lucas Cuturi, will be opened next 16 September, in the Austrian City of Linz, after being exhibited in Pardubice (Czech Republic) during this summer. The Exhibition will be open until 30 October in the following spaces: Atelierhaus Salzamt, Kunst-Uni, Kunstraum Nomadenetappe / Memphis, bb15, Ursulinenhof.
“The City and me” curated by Lucas Cuturi, will be open in 4 different galleries of Pardubice: East Bohemia Gallery, Fresch Gallery, Art Space NOV, City Gallery Pardubice
The CreArt European Exhibition White Noise Black Words will be open next Friday 3rd October in Miercurea-Ciuc (Harghita, Romania) after travelling during the last three months along Vilnius (Lithuania) and Zagreb (Croatia). The Exhibition will be presented in three different exhibition spaces along the city until 30 November: Harghita County Council’s Art Gallery, Art Gallery from Kossuth Lajos street and Pál art Gallery. Opening will take place in Harghita County Council’s Art Gallery at 18:00 PM with the presence of Mr. Kelemen Hunor, Cultural Minister, leaders of Harghita County Council, CreArt coordinators in Harghita County and Valladolid and also some of the artists selected.
In this group exhibition curated Joao Laia + Rosa Lleó with Miguel Amado, participate 20 artists representing the cities from the CreArt Network, that were selected among 88 proposals sent by the CreArt cities from the local annual call:
The Ring Gallery of the Meštrović Pavilion, home of HDLU, Croatian Association of Visual Artists, host from Friday 29 August the second Edition of the CreArt European Exhibition, after being exhibited in Vilnius, Lithuania. In this collective Show titled White Noise Black Words, curated by Miguel Amado and Joao Laia + Rosa Lleó, participate 20 representing the cities from the CreArt Network, that were selected among 88 proposals sent by the CreArt cities from the local annual call. With occasion of the Opening, some artists had been invited to attend. The exhibition will be open until 20th September, to travel then to Harghita (Romania).
Next Friday 4 July the second CreArt European Exhibition 2014, titled “White Noise, Black Words” and curated by Joao Laia + Rosa Lleo with Miguel Amado opens in the Vilnius Old City Hall. The 19 projects presented, were selected among 88 proposals submitted from the different CreArt cities at the end of last year. With occasion of the opening, some artists will be present in Vilnius. The exhibition will be open until 17 August to travel then to Zagreb (Croatia) and Harghita (Romania).
“WHITE NOISE, BLACK WORDS”
CreArt European Exhibition 2014
Projection of reality through the artistic vision is a sine qua non aesthetic principle that reality can become more than a reality.
Human specific, artistic creativity is an unlimited resource that provides the lifeblood necessary to achieve great works of art ... and beyond.
Perfect agreement of this reality, the European cultural project CRE-ART - Network Cities for Artistic Creation, reveals the growing importance of the role that culture plays in the landscape of modern Europe today and also emphasizes the huge potential that intercultural dialogue can access in the context of cultural diversity and the increasingly apparent need for information and communication at the regional and / or local level.
CreArt is a real nomadic project, it is a flow without limit that connects artists to curators, projects to places, ideas to cities, thanks to the strength of art and its codes. These codes are those of painting, sculpture, installation, video, photography but not only this. Using the words of the italian curator and critic, Germano Celant, “you can make art with everything and everywhere, without limit of language and land”. By now this is a fact. Today the exhibition “More real than the real” by Ilaria Bonacossa, arrives in the spaces of Palazzo Vernazza-Castromediano in Lecce. The exhibition, on the initiative of the project CreArt, in cooperation with the Department of european and youth politics, and the department of culture, tourism and entertainment of the Municipality of Lecce. We are in the heart of the city, Palazzo Vernazza is maybe one of the most fascinating places of our region, rich of history of the community of Salento and Apulia.
Next Friday 21st June, it will be open in the Municipal Exhibition Hall of “La Pasión” of Valladolid (Spain) the first CreArt European Exhibition MORE REAL THAN THE REAL, curated by the Italian Ilaria Bonacossa and organized by the Municipality of Valladolid in collaboration with the rest of the CreArt cities.