Art Exhibits
nana di niki de saint phalle fatta all'uncinetto


Curated by Associazione Sul filo dell'Arte
Sponsor: Generalfix

What happens when crochet meets art? You can see it in this exhibition dedicated to the French artist Niki De Saint Phalle.

Here in Italy, we can admire some of her works inspired by the figures of the major arcana of tarot in the Tarot Garden in Capalbio. However, her most well-known creations are "Les Nanas": large and colorful female sculptures with a somewhat grotesque shape.

Sul Filo dell'Arte will present to Abilmente an interpretation of "Les Nanas" with vibrant knitted and crocheted works. Additionally, with the help of other creative minds, they will showcase a tarot exhibition employing diverse textile techniques that will literally amaze you.


Curated by Le arti possibili

This collective artwork involved 85 artists and groups, who contributed by creating spheres made of wool, all different in color and size, precisely to represent the diversity of the people who created them. These projects, when put together, form puzzles of colors and identities that come together in one great vision. This exhibition demonstrates how the identity of each participant combines to create a larger work that speaks of unity and connection.

nana di niki de saint phalle fatta all'uncinetto
nana di niki de saint phalle fatta all'uncinetto


Curated by Le arti possibili

Copper is a conductive material that connects and relates to other materials: this is where the idea for this collective artwork originated.

37 individual artists and 25 groups have brought to life this piece composed of an intricate ensemble of 633 copper plates, linked together thanks to the properties of this marvelous material. This creates a warm and luminous wave that flows between one module and another, representing possible correlations.

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