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Più a Sud. Un progetto per Lampedusa

64 pages
English/Italian
27 x 18 cm
ISBN 9788867490103
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Paola Nicita, ed.
Texts by Khaled Fouad Allam, Georges Didi-Huberman, Paola Nicita.

Lampedusa: a fragment of Italy, further south than Tunis and Algiers, destination of those who seek “elsewhere what is not granted in their own native land”. This is the opening of the catalogue of the exhibition “Further South”, a small but authentic tool of artistic and geopolitical reconnaissance, with images of works by Francesco Arena, Emanuele Lo Cascio and Sislej Xhafa—poetically focused emerging factors of socio-political developments of the deep South, created for the occasion of the exhibition at Palazzo Riso curated by Paola Nicita—and texts by the curator, by Georges Didi-Huberman and Khaled Fouad Allam, which intertwine interpretation of the works with reflections on the human condition of belonging and nomadism, through the concept of image and the suggestion of the chant as the sound of art.

Più a Sud. Un progetto per Lampedusa

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Lampedusa: a fragment of Italy, further south than Tunis and Algiers, destination of those who seek “elsewhere what is not granted in their own native land”. This is the opening of the catalogue of the exhibition “Further South”, a small but authentic tool of artistic and geopolitical reconnaissance, with images of works by Francesco Arena, Emanuele Lo Cascio and Sislej Xhafa—poetically focused emerging factors of socio-political developments of the deep South, created for the occasion of the exhibition at Palazzo Riso curated by Paola Nicita—and texts by the curator, by Georges Didi-Huberman and Khaled Fouad Allam, which intertwine interpretation of the works with reflections on the human condition of belonging and nomadism, through the concept of image and the suggestion of the chant as the sound of art.

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