Casa Morra Archivio d’Arte Contemporanea
Snakes and Ladders - 100 years of exhibitions
years 1 - 7/ group shows
year 1/L’Avanguardia Americana 2016
Duchamp/ J. Cage/ Kaprow
year 2/ I Giganti dell’Arte dal Teatro 2017
J.Beck/ S. Shimamoto/ H.Nitsch / + J.Beuys
year 3/ L’Arte Italiana – 3p+B 2018
G.Paolini/L.M.Patella / V. Pisani + N.Balestrini
year 4/ Gli Unici 2019
year 5/ La Performance 2020
year 6/ Poesia Visiva-Concreta 2021
Ruhm /U. Carrega/L.Tola/E. Miccini/S.M.Martini
year 7/ Poesia Concreta 2022
U.Carrega/ H.Chopin /S.M. Martini/A.LoraTotino
years 8 – 9 RESET 2023
Change rooms with installations by new artists
years 10-11 -12
years 16- 17-18
years 19-20 -21
years 31- 52/outfitting of monographic exhibitions + Archives
A. Kaprow- H. Nitsch-V. Pisani –L. M. Patella- S. Shimamoto-N. Balestrini- F.Donato- U. Carrega-A.L.Totino- Fluxus Living Theatre - B.Watts - A.Hansen-M.Elettrico - M.Fraterno - Azionismo Viennese - Naples (Visual and Concrete Poetry) Genova (Visual and Concrete Poetry) Florence (Visual Poetry), Body Art and similar.
51- 81 years/ outfitting every 3 years focused on 10 artists
Artists from the first part of the program, who have been more successful and internationally recognised, and 15 installations or rooms by the missing artists of the first part.
82 - 90 years
The extension of the space and the outfitting of 50 artists from the first and the second part.
91- 100 years
A great exhibition and some collateral events in different spaces of the city (Museo di Capodimonte, Castel Sant’Elmo, Museo Madre, Villa Pignatelli, PAN, churches, monumental spaces) on the hundred artists of the collection, among the most important artists over the last 50 years. Collateral and educational activities: music, cinema, theatre, poetry, conferences, etc. The departments will increase from five to seven. The number 3 and 7 must have a decisive function in all the activities. Seven installations by Allan Kaprow, seven plexigrams by John Cage “Not wanting to say anything about Marcel”, and the installation of the seven sculpture by Bruno Munari, exposed in the 90’s at Lungomare Caracciolo in Naples.