ART WOMAN 2020 | GEO-GRAPHIES
PALMIERI FOUNDATION | LECCE – ITALY
From 7th to 21th March 2020
Promoted by Primo Piano Special Projects
Curated by Dores Sacquegna
Primo Piano LivinGallery is pleased to announce the new edition of Art Woman 2020 entitled “Geo-Graphies”, which will take place in Lecce at the Palmieri Foundation in the old city. The exhibition curated by Dores Sacquegna brings the best of contemporary art production on display, with works of painting, sculpture, photography, digital art, installations and multimedia works in AR (augmented reality) for one of the most suggestive and fascinating group shows in Italy. From 7 to 21 March 25 female artists from all over the world will arrive in Italy to exhibit their works to the public that awaits them.
In addition to the visual arts exhibition, a review of documentaries by recognized artists of the contemporary art of the 1900s including: Maria Lai, Louise Bourgeois, Pippa Bacca and live show performances. The exhibition is set up in the Renaissance church of Saint Sebastian, home of the Palmieri Foundation. The exhibition promises to be really interesting and full of stimuli for visitors and collectors. Catalog on display
Among the prizes: Fellowship, publication on Inventory Art Book Edition, Interview and publication on Discover Art Journal.
The scientific committee meets in mid-February to establish and deliver the prizes to them.
Artists on display:
SAMA ALSHAIBI (IRAQ), LAETITIA AMBROSELLI (FRANCE), CATHERINE BERCUSSON (UK), BIKKEL ARTIST (THE NETHERLANDS), LEONILDE CARABBA (ITALY), PEI-CHWEN LIN (TAIWAN-CHINA);İREM ÇOBAN (TURKEY), ARISTI HADJISAVVA (CYPRUS), BEATRICE HANSSON (SWEDEN), KOHLENE HENDRICKSON (SWITZERLAND), MARIA LUISA IMPERIALI (ITALY), AGNIESZKA LASKUS (UK), KACIE LEES (USA), SANDRA MIRANDA PATTIN (COLUMBIA), DARIA MAKARENKO (RUSSIA), BRIGITT MÜLLER HUNZIKER (SWITZERLAND), VALERIE NOVELLO (BELGIUM), CHRISTINE PALAMIDESSI (USA), ZHIWEI PAN (CHINA), TANJA RAVLIC (CROATIA), MARGOT REDING-SCHROEDER (LUXEMBOURG), TOMOMI SATO (JAPAN), SIHUI SHAO(CHINA), SAL SIDNER (USA), CHRISTEL SOBKE (GERMANY).