We are delighted to share the participation of Nazzarena Poli Maramotti to the group show Lucrezia. Tribute to an anti-heroine, opening on October 16th in Palazzo Fontanelli Sacrati (RE).
After FASEZERO by Giulio Cassanelli, the exhibition itinerary of All Art Contemporary continues in the prestigious spaces of Palazzo Fontanelli Sacrati (RE).
From October 16 to December 19, 2021 opens to the public the group show Lucrezia. Tribute for an anti-heroine, organized in collaboration with the Taurisano Collection, with the support of the Emilia Romagna Region and GPW LTD and promoted by the Municipality of Reggio Emilia.
The exhibition aims to deepen all the complexity of the figure of Lucrezia Borgia through the gaze of new Italian and international contemporary artists.
In addition to the recent studies that are re-evaluating her history, highlighting all the injustices and inaccuracies emerged during Romanticism, the exhibition aims to plead the causes of the invisible of a historical figure that has strong repercussions on the present. In this way, the perceptive aspects of the images and the economic and social, political and cultural considerations they may have over time were preferred to a revisited storytelling.
The works of the nine artists on display (Sofia Bersanelli, Federico Branchetti, Giulia
Cacciuttolo, Giulio Cassanelli, Nùria Guell, Silvia Listorti, Athena Papadopoulos, Nazzarena Poli Maramotti, Marinella Senatore) present in all their vastness the most silent and latent meanders of the life of Lucrezia, from moments of intimacy to the most atrocious sufferings, from the apparent image of power to the most hidden frailties. Thus we witness moments, sensations, fleeting and faded perceptions; but also relationships, contacts, bodies, traumas, joys and sufferings.
In strong dialogue with the spaces of Palazzo Fontanelli Sacrati, we want to pay homage to a real anti-heroine still in search of redemption: a tribute, because in every era there will be a Lucrezia Borgia.
The exhibition can be visited with a guided tour on Saturdays at 3pm and on Sundays at 11am. For info and reservations visit the website www.allartcontemporary.org or write to firstname.lastname@example.org