Dove una volta c’era il mare
The Italian Embassy in Turkey invites the South Tyrolean Artists Association (Südtiroler Künstlerbund) to Ankara to present a captivating exhibition of South Tyrolean artists at CerModern, a museum of contemporary art. This remarkable collaboration was initiated by a previous exhibition featuring 14 members at Palais Metternich in Vienna in 2017.
For this special exhibition, ten artists have been invited: Julia Bornefeld, Aron Demetz, Arnold Mario Dall’O, Wil-ma Kammerer, Hubert Kostner, Sissa Micheli, Robert Pan, Peter Senoner, Barbara Tavella, and Gustav Willeit. Through various artistic mediums such as sculpture, painting, photography, and object art, they showcase the diverse art scene of South Tyrol in Turkey. Titled "Dove una volta c’era il mare," the exhibition narrates the formation of the Dolomites and explores the connections between the evolutionary history of the habitat and the creative process in art.
The exhibition will open on September 4th in the presence of the Italian Ambassador in Ankara at CerModern, a transformed railway warehouse with an exhibition area of 400 square meters. The event is part of the annual Capital Culture Road Festival, attracting thousands of culture enthusiasts every year.
Foto: Gustav Willeit for the Südtiroler Künstlerbund