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'Cantica21': the projects on display for Contemporary Art Day
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‘Cantica21’: the projects on display for Contemporary Art Day

Categories: Culture and creativity -Visual Arts
From Lebanon to Canada, Hungary and Chile: eleven stops for the large-scale 'scattered exhibition' dedicated to Italian contemporary art.
Cantica21. Italian Contemporary Art Everywhere

In December 2021, on the occasion of Contemporary Art Day 2021, many art projects from ‘Cantica21‘, the joint initiative of the Farnesina and the Ministry of Culture to promote Italian contemporary art, will be on display in the premises of the Italian Cultural Institutes around the world.

After the opening in Tirana, Abu Dhabi and London, the Institutes of Beirut, Belgrade, Bratislava, Brussels, Budapest, Montreal, New York, Prague, Santiago, Toronto and Tunis will present the winning works of the Public Call launched in September 2020, on their premises. They will be showcasing works by Invernomuto, Massimo Ricciardo, Valerio Rocco Orlando, Rebecca Moccia, ZimmerFrei, Christian Chironi, Giovanna Silva, Agostino Iacurci, Leonardo Petrucci, Giacomo Segantin and Nicola Guastamacchia.

There will be eleven stops in December for the large-scale exhibition, which will continue to travel the world throughout 2022, offering the finest examples of young Italian creativity in the field of contemporary visual arts to an international audience.

For more information on the ‘Cantica21’ project, visit

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