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00 museo nitsch 10 anni 2018 homeTen years after its opening, the Hermann Nitsch Museum - Laboratory Archive for Contemporary Arts continues the critical and theoretical reflection around the great Austrian artist, father of Viennese artism.
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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

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MATTEO FRATERNO 
ESPERIENZE / L’infinitointrattenimento

February 15th – March 14th, 2020
OPENING FEBRUARY 15th h. 12:00 am

Fondazione Morra - Biblioteca per le Arti Contemporanee
VicoLungo Pontecorvo 29/d, Neaples

 

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The art of rememberinga unique residency opportunity

Naples, Italy: April 20 – May 4, 2020

Museo Nitsch Napoli

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ASSOCIAZIONE SHOZO SHIMAMOTO
Permanent exhibition and Archive


Palazzo Spinelli Tarsia – Naples

 

CASA MORRA |Scientific Committee

casa morra cs Eva FabbrisEVA FABBRIS

Eva Fabbris (1979) lives in Milano. She is a curator and art historian. She obtained a PhD in Humanities from the University’ of Trento. Since February 2016 she is part of the Curatorial and Research Department of Fondazione Prada in Milan. From 2013 to 2016 she was curator and coordinator of Back to the Future for Artissima, Turin. She worked in different curatorial departments in Italian museums (she was curatorial assistant at Museion in Bolzano, in 2008-2009 and adjunct curator at Galleria Civica in Trento in 2009-2010). She was co-curator at Kaleidoscope Project Space in Milan with Michele D'Aurizio in 2011-2012 and then, as independent curator she took care of solo and group exhibitions for international institutions, among which the Nouveau Musée National de Monaco, Montecarlo, la galerie de l'erg, Brussels, Triennale di Milano and Fondazione Morra, Naples. As guest lecturer she gave talks and conversations in many museums and schools as Centre Pompidou, Paris, Daimler Foundation, Berlin, HEAD, Geneve, GAM, Turin and in Italian universities. She is co-editor of "Arrow of Time", the book recently published by Humboldt Books dedicated to filmmakers Yervant Gianikian and Angela Ricci Lucchi. 

She contributes to Moussemagazine, L'Officiel Art Italia and Flash Art.

She has extensively worked with or addressed the work of Giorgio Andreotta Calò, Lupo Borgonovo, Marc Camille Chaimowicz, Anna Franceschini, Dora Garcia, Alberto Garutti, Yervant Gianikian e Angela Ricci Lucchi, Pierre Leguillon, Diego Marcon, Fausto Melotti, Brian O'Doherty, Alessandro Pessoli, Fabio Sandri, Paul Sietsema, Lucy Skaer among others.

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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info@fondazionemorra.org

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