TU35 – GEOGRAPHY OF EMERGING ART IN TUSCANY: Firenze #1
June 5 – 21, 2016
Opening reception: Thursday, June 4 at 6pm
TU35 is a mapping of the territory of local contemporary art that involves a group of young curators and artists under 35, including SACI painting instructor, Pietro Manzo. A series of exhibitions, events, and initiatives are being hosted by the Officina Giovani di Prato in the spaces of a former industrial space (ex-Macelli Pubblici) throughout 2015. For those who want to explore, investigate, and capture the creative energies of Tuscany, TU35 gives space to experiment and mix with various artistic disciplines and creative languages, from visual arts to music, from film to video, and from multimedia to design. TU35 is a project of the Center for Contemporary Art Luigi Pecci in collaboration with the Officina Giovani di Prato.
Exhibiting artists in Florence: Francesca Banchelli, Marco Castelli, Stefano Cesarato, Lorenzo Cianchi, Guerrilla SPAM, Lek M. Gjeloshi, Pietro Manzo, Gabriele Mauro, Mona Mohagheghi, Giovanni Ozzola
Piazza Macelli 4 – Prato, ITALY
Open: Wednesday – Sunday, 3-7pm (free entrance)
For more info: http://tu-35.tumblr.com/