The Great Contemporary Art Festival
Opening September 23, 2016 at 7pm
23 to 30 September 2016
We are pleased to invite you to the opening of the First Festival of Contemporary Art of CAM Museum entitled “Suvival” curated by Antonio Manfredi. September 23, 2016 at 7pm.
89 artists from the Middle East, Europe, Africa, Balkans, America and Australia in a major exhibition/show where exposed more than 200 works of painting, sculpture, photography, video, installations, poetry and music performance.
Conference with Chris Herdel entitled “The role of visual art in the European Union”.
Presentation of the catalog of the photo exhibition organized in the CAM Museum by Kairos Association.
The reading of poems by the artist Raffaella Nocera.
The live music performance by the artist and musician Lino Vairetti
Cocktail offered by Business Caffe Hotel
Buffet offered by the “IS Alberghiero Andrea Torrente” of Casoria
Joyce Cutler-Shaw USA Chris Herdel CZECH REPUBLIC Associazione Kairos ITALY Maria Buchner AUSTRALIA Gabriel Brojboiu ROMANIA Raffaele Boemio ITALY Elisabeth Rass AUSTRIA Dell’Aversana & Varavallo ITALY Ruth Bianco MALTA Marion Albrecht GERMANY Jean-Francois Jeans BELGIUM Wanda Zenga ITALY Herwig Maria Stark AUSTRIA Raffaella Nocera ITALY Emel Altug TURKEY Helga Gasser AUSTRIA Azzeddine Ketta MOROCCO Giuseppe Gargiulo ITALY Lino Vairetti ITALY Muhip Süeltürk TURKEY Peppe Esposito ITALY Esin Kügüktatil TURKEY Derya Avci TURKEY Loredana Raciti ITALY Giovanni Ruggiero ITALY Luigi Cola ITALY Burhan Ahmeti MACEDONIA Lello Bavenni ITALY Muhamet Ahmeti Metis KOSOVO Elzbieta Manzin/Elixbarton ITALY Alma Idrizi MACEDONIA John Brown WALES Giovanni Mangarano ITALY Refki Gollopeni KOSOVO Sonia Riccio ITALY Giuseppe Pennone ITALY Vittorio Fava ITALY Veronica Rastelli ITALY Mario Santangelo/Masan ITALY Paola Adamo ITALY Laila Laalej MOROCCO Luca Esposito ITALY Giorgio Scotti ITALY Norka Kunst BELGIUM Pasquale Petrucci ITALY Abdelilah Khamlichi MOROCCO Pina Candileno ITALY Marisa Traettino ITALY Khadija El Farouki MOROCCO Johnny Alexandre Abbate ITALY Diego D. Testolin ITALY Giulio Calandro ITALY Delia Ferreri ITALY Giuseppe D’Errico ITALY Michele Caltagirone ITALY Waleed Tamimi JORDAN Angelo Gabriele Fierro ITALY Mariapia Saccone ITALY Zeina Rammal LEBANON Maurizio Esposito ITALY Laila Salmi MOROCCO Patrizia Gargiulo/PattyG ITALY Ermelinda Ponticiello ITALY Agostino Saviano ITALY Antonio Costanzo ITALY Rosario Miranda ITALY Ersilia Valentino ITALY Fausto Rullo ITALY Luciano Campitelli ITALY Mustafa Cevat Atalay TURKEY Şefkat İşlegen TURKEY Mary Haddad LEBANON Asmaa Belkheiri MOROCCO Ostraka Group: Mohamed Hemida EGYPT Nagi Alahi KUWAIT Ibrahim Khalfan QATAR Zakia Zada BAHRAIN Maha Alsweloum SAUDI ARABIA Mazen Almaamari OMAN Hend Abd Elrahman EGYPT Bashair Al Oqayli SAUDI ARABIA Yousef Al Sada QATAR Samir Abdelfadil EGYPT Reem Nafea AL Obaidla QATAR Hasan Al Hadad QATAR Mounira Almeer QATAR Mona Kfuory LEBANON Maryam Al Waheebi OMAN Halima AL Baalushi OMAN
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REGISTRATIONS ARE CLOSED
CAM MUSEUM FACTORY INTRODUCING “SURVIVAL”
ARTISTS-LED FESTIVAL OF CONTEMPORARY ART ON CONTEMPORARY ART SURVIVAL IN TODAY SOCIETY
This Festival common thread is about contemporary art survival in today society and the program consists in a big exhibition, performances, live music, meetings and workshops. An extraordinary visual and media event launched by CAM museum involving more than 300 international artists exhibiting inside a 1.500 sm large area, to provide answers to such questions: What’s contemporary art today? Where is it going? Has the artist any role in contemporary society yet? Is he free yet? Is there any difference between artistic common thought and aesthetics as imposed by worldwide speculative art market? Has culture become a machine producing art as consumption commodity or is the idea of art as free, able to raise our spirit, existing yet? Can art, the way we know it, survive in the society of capitalist commodification? Is Ikea going to be the future for those artists out of big galleries commercialization? How about museums and art galleries, are they becoming Happy Hour lounges in order to get audience?