Todi opens the doors of its historic buildings for contemporary art

From August 29 to September 19, 2021, the third edition of Todi Open Doors will be held: a contemporary art exhibition spread across the city's historic buildings.

On Sunday, Aug. 29, 2021, at 11:30 a.m., the third edition of Todi Open Doors, a diffuse contemporary art exhibition set up in the hallways of the historic buildings of the city of Todi, will kick off at the Residenza d’epoca San Lorenzo 3.

The initiative is part of the Todi Festival and sees the participation of curators and artists for a meeting and confrontation of different themes, languages and artistic visions.

Promoted and organized by artists Michele Ciribifera and Silvia Ranchicchio and the ART OUT association, in collaboration with ARTEX, with the patronage and contribution of the Municipality of Todi, the 2021 edition of Todi Open Doors is under the curatorship of Matteo Pacini and Barbara Pavan. The artists involved will be eight (Elham M.Aghili, Mariantonietta Bagliato, Federico Bianchi, Myvanwy Gibson, Wolfgang A.Kossuth, Matteo Lucca, Monica Pennazzi, Giulia Spernazza) and will transform a place of passage into a free space open to all in the sign of art.

This project sees a plurality of expressive experiences and experimentation materializing in interventions ranging from sculpture to Fiber Art; the public will be immersed in an articulated, eclectic and heterogeneous path within the languages of the contemporary.

The exhibition can be visited until September 19, 2021, during daytime hours, with free access to the spaces.


Todi opens the doors of its historic buildings for contemporary art
Todi opens the doors of its historic buildings for contemporary art

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