Angela Vettese, historian and philosophy professor, curator and since 2016 artistic director of Arte Fiera, at BolognaFiere, will be lecturing at Fabrica. The title of the lecture is Contemporary Art > the display thought.
Since ever passionate about contemporary art, at Fabrica Angela Vettese will talk about languages and personal communication. Taking as example some contemporary artworks, she will explain the language and the inner message of these, highlighting how masterpieces are carrying thoughts and questions related to our existence, despite of as well as thanks to the emotional component they convey.
These events are part of the activities of Fabrica Circus 7/7×24, a continuous cycle of conferences, performances, “confessions”, workshops, concerts, and exhibitions, all of which aim to experiment in modern communication, that was officially launched at Fabrica on 26th January.
March 5 at 6.30 pm
Lecture in Italian open to the public until availability
Angela Vettese has taught at numerous fine arts academies, at the Bocconi University in Milan (2000-2007) and since 1986 she has written for the Sole 24 Ore Domenica magazine. Vettese has been president of the fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa, City of Venice (2002-2013) and director of the Galleria Civica in Modena (2005-2009).
In 2009 she was president of the international jury of the Biennale of visual arts in Venice. From 1995 to 2003 she was the curator of the Antonio Ratti Foundation Course. From 1993 to 1996 she was co-curator of the Premio Furla-Querini Stampalia. Angela is a co-founder of the Festival of contemporary art in Faenza (since 2007-2011). She is part of the scientific committee of the Palazzo Grassi-Punta della Dogana in Venice. She is currently deputy mayor for culture and tourism in Venice.
She has published essays in catalogues for institutions, including the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Kunsmuseum of Basel, and has written several books in Italian and Spanish; among others Capire l’arte contemporanea (Understanding Contemporary Art, Allemandi, Turin 1996 and 2013), Artisti si diventa (Becoming an Artist, Carocci, Rome 1998), Ma questo è un quadro (This is a Picture, Carocci, Rome 2005), Si fa con tutto (You make it with everything), Laterza, Rome 2010), L’arte contemporanea (Il Mulino, Bologna 2012 and Madrid 2013).
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