“Scarpe Rosse 1522” opens November 25, 2014 [International Day Against Violence of Women] in Colle Val d’Elsa

Rosse di Donne

November 25, 2014 is the International Day Against Violence of Women

Galleria SenzaLimite Arte & Associazione MultiMedia91 present the exhibition

ROSSO DI DONNE: “Scarpe Rosse 1 5 2 2”

Curated by Alessandra Borsetti Venier 

25 November 2014 – 10 January 2015

SACI is pleased to know many people including SACI friends, instructors, and SACI Gallery artists that are involved in this collective exhibition and fund raiser to call attention to acts of violence against women.

11am  Piazza Arnolfo di Cambio: installation Scarpe Rosse 1 5 2 2 di Alessandra Borsetti Venier composed of approximately 500 pairs of women’s shoes painted red and collected with the help of the association, schools, libraries, and local volunteers who make up the number 1522 – the public multilingual service phone line active 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, available to women and minors who have been victims of violence. The exhibit can be seen in Colle Val d’Elsa, in the form of the number 1 5 2 2.

6pm Galleria SenzaLimite Arte Via Garibaldi 53: inauguration of the exhibit Rosso di Donne with the following artists:

Elena Barthel, Francesco Battaglini, Liliana Brosi, Luisa Bergamini, Carla Bertola e Alberto Vitacchio, Lea Bilanci, Tomaso Binga, Mariella Bogliacino, Liliana Brosi, Rossana Bucci, Rosaspina Buscarino Canosburi, Gloria Campriani, Carlo Cantini, Silvia Cardini, Silvia Capiluppi, Anna Cassarino, Nadia Cavalera, Andrea  Chiarantini, Antonio Ciarallo, Alice Corbetta, Fiorella Corsi, Massimo D’Amato, Serena D’Angelis, Flaminio Da Deppo, Andrea Dami, Anne&Mario Daniele, Albina Dealessi, Teo De Palma, Luca De Silva, Adolfina De Stefani, Marcello Diotallevi, Mariapia Fanna Roncoroni, Mirella Ferrari, Lorenzo Fontanelli, Raffaella Formenti, Kiki Franceschi, Alberto Gallingani, Caroline Gallois, Cristina Gozzini, Andrea Granchi, KPK (kantierepostkontemporaneo), Stefano Lanuzza, Melania Lanzini, Alfonso Lentini, Oronzo Liuzzi, Marta Luppi, Ruggero Maggi, Antonello Mantovani, Andrea Marini, Silke Markefka, Luca Matti, Fernando Montà, Susanne Niemann, Lisa Nocentini, Toshihiro Oshima, Lucia Paese, Antonio Panino, Rita Pedullà, Marina Pezzoli, Giampiero Poggiali Berlinghieri, Erika Polizzi, Elena Salvini Pierallini, Nadia Presotto, Rosella Restante, Tokio Rumando, Rosali Schweizer, Gianna Scoino, Giuseppe Secchi, Fulgor Silvi, Isabella Staino, Antje Sträter, Kinichi Tanaka, Daniela Tartaglia, Camilla Testori, Roberto Testori, Hideka Tonomura, Micaela Tornaghi, Matilde Tortora, Nino Tricarico, Elena Trissino, Stefano Turrini, Giovanna Ugolini, Laura Viliani, Ivano Vitali, Andrea Vizzini, Nikolai Vogel

Presentation by Angela Corsi & Attilio Maltintiore – 8pm Buffet

9pm Teatro del Popolo: performance Violazione di Alessandra Borsetti Venier, piano concert by Katia Pesti, dance performance “Cut_taglio”of Erica Romano, video projection Red Iceberg with recorded reading of poets: Mariella Bettarini, Michele Brancale, Rino Cavasino, Caterina Davinio, Annamaria Ferramosca, Kiki Franceschi, Vincenzo Lauria, Dante Maffia, Massimo Mori, Maria Pia Moschini, Marco Palladini, Brenda Porster, and Francesco M.T. Tarantino. Plus, the readings of students from the Liceo “Don Bosco”.

red shoes

INFO: Galleria Senzalimite Arte, via Garibaldi 53, 53034 Colle Val d’Elsa (Siena) T. 0577 923717

Associazione MultiMedia91, Pontassieve (Firenze) info@morganaedizioni.it  – www.mulimedia91.it  T. 055 8398747

In collaboration with: Archivio della Voce dei Poeti, Associazione Nazionale Scrittori Slc-Cgil

The number 1522 is the anti-violence and anti-stalking 24-hour public service number in Italy.

15822

About SACI

SACI is a US non-profit College of Art and Design in Florence, Italy, for undergraduate and graduate students seeking accredited instruction in studio art, design, conservation, art history, and Italian language and culture. Founded in 1975, SACI offers the following programs: Academic Semester/Year Abroad, Late Spring & Summer Studies, Venice Summer Program, Post-Bac in Conservation, Post-Bac in Studio Art; MFA in Studio Art, MFA in Photography, MFA in Communication Design, Low-Residency MFA in Studio Art, MA in Art History.

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