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(21/04/2010)
MARCO NEREO ROTELLI "Bushman Poetry"
(12/04/2010)
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"Word changes the World"
(07/01/2010)
Marco Nereo Rotelli and Adonis
(30/12/2009)
MARCO NEREO ROTELLI "La poesia Piu Lunga Del Mondo" con Adonis e Yang Lian
(25/10/2009)
ARTLAB SAN SERVOLO 2009 Le Isole della Creativita' - Rapa Nui

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John R. HENRY
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John Henry is known worldwide for his large-scale public works of art. His works grace numerous important museum, corporate, public and private collections as well as the collections of many American cities and states. His works are also prominently exhibited in the public collections of various European and Asian municipalities. Mr. Henry has shown his work extensively since the early 1960's and exhibits a definitive trademark style that is recognized internationally. His works range in scale from small tabletop pieces to some of the largest contemporary metal sculptures in the world. Mr. Henry attended the University of Kentucky where he received an Honorary Doctor of Arts in 1996, the University of Chicago and the Art Institute of Chicago. As a visiting professor of sculpture, Mr. Henry taught at University of lowa, University of Wisconsin, University of Chicago and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. He is currently Distinguished Professor of Art at Chattanooga State College. Other recent honor's include recognition on the floor of the Tennessee State Senate in 2004 and the 2005 honorary renaming of North Cermak Road "John Henry Way" by the City of Chicago in recognition of his contributions to Public Art on the local and national levels. His recent exhibitions of works include "New Monuments" at the Laumeier Sculpture Park in St. Louis, Missouri, "Back on the Plaza" on Chicago's Magnificent Mile, "OPEN 2006" in Venice, Italy and the Vancouver Biennale in British Columbia. Currently, the exhibition "American Sculptors in the Shadow of the Alps", curated by Mr. Henry is installed at Art St. Urban, Switzerland. Mr. Henry's upcoming large scale exhibitions include "OPEN 2007" in Venice, Italy (fall 2007) and "The Peninsula Project: A Study In Scale", an exposition that will feature monumental works in various major cities throughout the State of Florida beginning in 2008. Mr. Henry was a founding member of ConStruct, the artist-owned gallery that promoted and organized large-scale sculpture exhibitions throughout the United States. Other founding members include Mark diSuvero, Kenneth Snelson, Lyman Kipp and Charles Ginnever. Mr. Henry continues to curate exhibitions in the United States and in Europe; drawing on his nationally recognized expertise regarding sculptors and their work. He is now the Curator of the Outdoor Museum of Art at Chattanooga State College, Chattanooga, Tennessee.
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23/04/2010
MARCO LODOLA A FIRENZE
Inaugura il 23 aprile la nuova mostra di Marco Lodola a Firenze

23/10/2009
JONATHAN GUAITAMACCHI al teatro del contagio di Milano
Le bellissime scenografie di Jonathan Guaitamcchi fanno da sfondo allo spettacolo teatrale dal Titolo "Alcina- il viaggio avventuroso di Guerrin Meschino nella'antro della Sibilla" Ins cena il 24 e 25 ottobre 2009 al Teatro del Contagio di Milano

12/03/2009
GUSTAVO ACEVES AL MUSEO DE CIUDAD DE QUERETARO
Inaugura il 12 marzo 2009 in Messico la mostra dedicata a Gustavo Aceves "Habeas Corpus" al Centro Educativo Y Cultural Manuel Goez Morin

10/03/2009
OUTLINE COLLANA CURATA DA GIOVANNI IOVANE E FILIPA RAMOS
Outline is a new collection of essays of critique of contemporary art. The series is dedicated to the characterization and the in-depth analysis of themes, patterns and images of the contemporary art world. Outline is curated by Giovanni Iovane and Filipa Ramos.

02/02/2009
LODOLAvsCUSTRONE "Sovraesposione"
Inaugura il 12 febbraio 2009 alla Galleria Mar& Partners Art Gallery di Torino con una performance musicale di Andy dei Bluvertigo

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