Premio Michetti – Anna Galtarossa

Galtarossa-Stratocaster_BC

Anna Galtarossa will take part in the Michetti Prize, curated by Renato Barilli and will be held from July 14th to September 30th in the spaces of the Michetti Museum in Francavilla al Mare, with two artworks: Monster of Barbagia and Stratocaster BC.

«The artist’s works evoke ideas about purification and the sense of spiritual community. They unite in a cathartic movement layers of everyday objects and traditional forms of female crafts, together with strongly masculine elements. This mixture of disparate objects expresses an exuberant delicacy and an intensely provocative force, and transforms the sculptures into the custodian spirits of a tribal kind.» Maria Rosa Sossai, 2010

When


Starts: 14 July 2018
Ends: 30 September 2018

Where


MuMI-Museo Michetti
Piazza S. Domenico, 1
66023 Francavilla al Mare

Information


mostre@studiolacitta.it
Curated by: Renato Barilli

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