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Arena. Opere dall’ Opera

The Nitsch Museum in Naples is not only a place where Hermann Nitsch’s work is collected and exhibited; it came into being as an active cultural protagonist, a centre of critical and theoretical reflection on this great Austrian artist.
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The Fondazione Morra - Istituto di Scienze delle Comunicazioni Visive aims to promote and organise research and to develop and spread the culture of visual communication.

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Archive
:: Study and Research Centre
:: Media Laboratory
:: Permanent exhibition venue
:: Museum of Image and Information
:: Center meetings, conferences, seminars and special educational activities

peppe morra 4PI have been concentrating my energies on fostering cultural change in my city since the late sixties. In my view, art has never been relegated to the merely aesthetic and visual: it is interwoven with life and has become my reason for living ... I have been the forerunner of currents that only years later would become mainstream, and I have shared in the journeys of artists, poets and playwrights who then went on to enjoy international acclaim. I have always been ahead of my time in my work, and I do not see art as a means of success, a commercial interest, but as a love for research and knowledge – art for art’s sake.

Giuseppe Morra

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VOCI E ALTRI INVISIBILI 
Enzo Moscato

11  February 2018

Casa Morra 

radio rai intervista peppe morra

A3 il formato dell'Arte
Casa Morra a Napoli

Interview with
Peppe Morra , Achille Bonito Oliva, Lorenzo Mango 

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Anamorfosi Contaminazioni Tradimenti

Archivi Mario Franco
Casa Morra

15 12 2017 SHIMAMOTO ASSOCIAZIONE

ASSOCIAZIONE SHOZO SHIMAMOMOTO
Permanent exhibition and Archive

Opening 15 December
Palazzo Spinelli Tarsia – Naples

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CASA MORRA

I giganti dell'arte dal teatro
Julian Beck - Hermann Nitsch - Shozo Shimamoto
and Joseph Beuys - Living Theatre Archive - 
Mario Franco Archives

The Fondazione Morra - Istituto di Scienze delle Comunicazioni Visive aims to promote and organise research and to develop and spread the culture of visual communication.

The Fondazione Morra traces its origins to the “Studio Morra”, which began operating in 1974. Giuseppe Morra, who had always been fascinated by the subversive potential of the avant-garde, was one of the first in Italy to promote artists coming from Viennese Actionism and Body Art. In the seventies, the studio hosted artists such as Hermann Nitsch, Günther Brus, Urs Lüthi, Gina Pane, Joe Jones, Marina Abramovic, Bob Watts and Peter Kubelka.
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Casa Morra 

“...L’arte dipinge la vita…”

Allocate 5x1000 to Fondazione Morra. Fondazione Morra is one of the cultural non-profit institution  which every year it is possible to allocate the 5x1000 of income tax.


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Museo Hermann Nitsch

Fondazione Morra

Vico Lungo Pontecorvo 29/d
80135 Naples, Italy

Opening Times: Monday-Friday 10am-7pm| Saturday 10am-2pm

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Tel +39 081 5641655
Fax +39 081 5641494

info@fondazionemorra.org

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