|May 10, 2012 10:00 am||to||July 8, 2012 10:00 am|
Visit Sicily through the modernity of Giò Pomodoro and Jiménez Deredia, Gian Marco Montesano and Pino Pinelli’s figurative art. A pleasant and evocative itinerary in the footsteps of Myth, organised by Il Mito Contemporaneo, an International Sculpture and Painting Exhibition organized by the Regional Board for Tourism, Sport and Performance Art to promote the history and charm of some Sicily’s most beautiful and famous cities: Taormina, Palermo, Lipari and Trapani/Segesta. This international exhibition, now at its second edition (under the artistic direction of Massimiliano Simoni) is part of the prestigious programme Il Circuito del Mito.
Contemporary art transforms Sicily into a great open-air workshop. Archaeological sites, temples, ancient theatres, cathedrals, historical city centres and common spaces become exhibition venues. The red thread is the Myth in its most diverse and original articulations as they accompany the history and itinerary of mankind, from Hermes to the great protagonists of the 20th century, seen through the eyes of four contemporary artists of international renown who have revisited, re-modelled and shaped it throughout their work.
These four exhibitions are sure to attract many amateurs, enthusiasts and tourists, who will come from all over the world to discover, admire and explore the beauty of our land, disseminated with a variety of artworks – from monumental sculptures in white marble and bronze to figurative paintings, fibreglass and great oil canvasses.
For more information, visit www.ilmitocontemporaneo.it. Check with each venue for opening times and entrance fees.
|June 29, 2012 5:00 pm||to||July 1, 2012 9:00 pm|
The New York Choral Society will embark on a cultural ambassadorship to Sicily this coming summer. For the chorus in it’s 53rd year, this will be its 14th International Tour.
Maestro John Daly Goodwin will lead 72 members of the New York Choral Society in this Sicilian tour.
For further information, go to www.nychoral.org.