Contemporary Locus - Art, Urban Spaces And Invention Practices

Contemporary Locus - Art, Urban Spaces And Invention Practices
Library Shelf Location 12.CONT
Publication Date Sep 2020

Active since 2012, Contemporary Locus is a non-profit association that temporarily opens disused, secret, or forgotten places with site-specific works of art and projects by international artists. Over the years, it has added other activities such as residencies, screenings, exhibitions, and research projects. Having now organised thirteen editions, the association seems to have reached full maturity. Its non-hierarchical, city-specific and interdisciplinary projects are profiled in this book, allowing not only the art community but also city dwellers and researchers of urban regeneration a better understanding of the association’s field of action, premises, objectives, tools, and languages.

ISBN 9788822905147
Quantity 1
Pages 200pp, 17 cm x 24 cm
Editor Paola Tognon
Authors Paola Tognon, Pippo Ciorra, Elisa Bernardoni, Francesco Valesini
Format Softcover
Publisher Quodlibet
Category Organisations (The Arts)
Keywords Contemporary Art and Exhibitions, Group exhibition, Exhibitions, curatorial practice, Curating, Urban space
Languages Italian, English

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