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Zhou Tao - Blue and Red, 2014. Still da video. Courtesy l'artista e Vitamin Cretive Space
Wednesday 17 April 2019 ore 18:00 - 21:00
ARTAPES. The Street. Where the world is made.Public spaces and interventions
Video gallery – free admittance until full capacity 10 seats reserved for myMAXXI card holders writing to email@example.com by the day before the event
Hou Hanru presents Zhou Tao, acclaimed as one of «The Artists Who Will Change the World» (Omar Kholeif)
On the occasion of the exhibition The Street. Where the world is made, the Museum’s video gallery, thanks to the support of In Between Art Film, hosts a screening program focused on the themes of urban transformation, the creation of imaginary worlds, of the public space as the place of the everyday life and of the protest. Three short festivals, each one introduced by a debate between international artists, scholars and curators that will describe the genesis and evolution of the videos on display.
Introduction Hou Hanru, Direttore Artistico MAXXI
Speaker Maria Paola Zedda, curator, Co-Artistic Director Across Asia Film Festival
Zhou Tao, Blue and Red, 2014, 25′ 14″
Zhou Tao, South Stone, 2010-2011, 24’ 51’’
The videos will also be displayed on Thursday 18*, Friday 10, Saturday 20, and Sunday 21 in the Museum’s opening hours.