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Museo Hermann Nitsch 2018-2020 | relitti 152 azione

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


Sinfonia Napoli 2020

Museo Archivio Laboratorio per le Arti Contemporanee Hermann NitschNapoli

The Hermann Nitsch Museum Archive Laboratory for the Contemporary Arts, Naples

25thSeptember 2020–24thSeptember 2022

Reopening 25thSeptember,at 10.00 am

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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: March 21 – April 4, 2021

Museo Nitsch Napoli


Permanent exhibition and Archive

Palazzo Spinelli Tarsia – Naples


CASA MORRA |Scientific Committee

casa morra cs eugenio violaEUGENIO VIOLA

Eugenio Viola (Naples 1975) is an Italian art critic and curator. He was voted the best Italian curator for 2016 by the Italian art magazine Artribune and in 2014, British art magazine ‘Apollo’ named Viola as one "of the most talented and inspirational young people who are driving forward the art world today”. He received his PhD in “Methods and Methodologies of Archaeological and Historical-Artistic Research” at University of Salerno, and specializes in the experiences and theories related to performance and bodily poetics. On this subject Viola most notably edited monographs devoted to Marina Abramović, (Sole 24 Ore Cultura, Milan), Regina Jose Galindo (Skira, Milan, 2014), and ORLAN (Ed. Charta, Milan- New York, 2007) among others, and published a number of essays for international publications.

Viola has been appointed the new Chief Curator of Museo de Arte Moderno de Bogota, Colombia (MAMBO). His first project at MAMBO will be the first solo exhibition of work by Teresa Margolles in Colombia, which will open on March 21, 2019.

2017-2019 saw Viola as the Senior Curator at Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, where his curatorial practice was focused on cultivating and strengthening the Institution’s relationship with the Asia-Pacific region. He presented the first Australian solo exhibition of Kimsooja (Zone of Nowhere, 2018), in which the work extended beyond the walls of PICA and into the streets of Perth, where iterations of To Breathe – The Flags (2012-2018) materialized as size specific installations around the city. Viola has also been instrumental in a promising partnership between PICA and Taipei Fine Arts Museum as part of the City of Perth and Taipei Residency Exchange Program.

From 2009 to 2016 Viola held curatorial positions at MADRE, the Contemporary Art Museum of Naples. From 2013 to 2016, as Curator at Large, he was responsible for the research and development of MADRE Museum's collection (Performing a collection project) and co-curated the first Italian large-scale exhibitions of Boris Mikhailov and Francis Alÿs. From 2009 to 2012, he was the Curator of the Project Room, a space dedicated to the young and experimental artists organising a network residence and exhibition program in partnership with institutions and art organizations from the Middle East (Transit project), and an annual performance festival named Corpus. Art in Action (2009-2012). 

As a guest curator Viola has worked extensively. He curated the Estonian Pavilion at the 56th Venice Biennial (Jaanus Samma, Not Suitable For Work. A Chairman’s Tale, Palazzo Malipiero, Venice), whose iteration at the Museum of the Occupations in Tallinn was listed by the American Hyperallergic amongst the top 15 exhibitions around the world in 2016. Other major projects include: Regina José Galindo, Mechanisms of Power (Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt, Germany, 2016); The Prince and Queens by Karol Radziszewski (CoCA. Center of Contemporary Art, Torun, Poland,2014); Mark Raidpere’s The Damage (EKKM- Contemporary Art Museum of Estonia, Tallinn, 2013); Marina Abramović’s The Abramović Method ( PAC - Contemporary Art Pavilion, Milan, Italy, 2012); and the most comprehensive retrospective of ORLAN to date, Le Récit (Musée d’art moderne and contemporain de Saint Etienne Métropole, France, 2007).

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Vico Lungo Pontecorvo 29/d
80135 Naples, Italy

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