From 23 February to 11 March the splendid rooms of Villa Guidini in Zero Branco will host the fifth “stage” of the “Cenacoli d’arte along the road of radicchio”, a traveling exhibition of painting, sculpture and graphics that touches the municipalities of Venice, Paduan and Treviso area located on the road of Radicchio, Scorzè, Salzano, Castelfranco Veneto, Vedelago, Zero Branco, Ponzano and Trebaseleghe.
The exhibition, organized by the Associations “Road of red radicchio di Treviso and variegated of Castelfranco” and “Tant’arte” will be open for free from Tuesday to Thursday from 16.30 to 18.30; Saturday from 10.00 to 12.00 and Sunday from 10.30 to 13.00 and from 16.30 to 18.30. Monday, Tuesday and Friday closed. The exhibition will also be open on the occasion of the events held in the adjacent auditorium.
Works by: Fernando Andrea Massironi, Marco Rosellini, Marilena Iseppi, Luciano Longo, Tiziano Marchioni, Enrico Rinaldi, Nela Horvat, Annelise Ambrogio, Raffaella Giardini, Michele Basanese, Franco Schiavon and Aldo Pallaro will be exhibited; artists all of a good standard and with a good international curriculum behind them that, using different techniques and materials, will present their poetics to us.
Friday, February 23 at 18.30 will be held the inauguration ceremony, in the presence of the authorities and with the critical presentation of Dr. Roberta Gubitosi.
The exhibition, already in its second edition, is part of a very innovative project that tends to communicate sectors that usually have little to do with each other, ie art and the territory.
Born from the observation of the importance of a serene approach, without hurry (slow) to art and human relationships and both the role of art as an agent able to promote mutual knowledge and cultural exchange between different populations, this project tends to promotion of interference and interchange between different artistic cultures, as a space for relationships between different realities, representing an opportunity to focus attention on the territory by relating it, even from a social point of view, with a wider panorama.
In this perspective the ability inherent in the art of acting as a powerful tool able to promote artistic sensibility and cultural growth among the population takes on value.
The originality of the event, not only a review of art but also the possibility for the population to interact directly with the artists will increase the degree of attention creating with the public an optimal relationship based on direct relationship. All this will allow an effective and colloquial exchange, making the expected objectives more meaningful.