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Events | January 8, 2005 | | 14 – 15 gennaio 2005

Venerdì 14 gennaio 2005 presso il Fortino di S. Antonio Abate (XIV sec.) in Bari, parte, rassegna itinerante di videoarte. L’appuntamento di Bari, organizzato dal gruppo internazionale di ArtExpo e dallo Spazioikonos, proporrà i lavori di 28 artisti internazionali. Lo scopo è di globalizzare il linguaggio artistico mediante le nuove tecnologie, attraverso i numerosi punti di contatto concettuali che legano tra loro artisti operanti agli antipodi geografici. Tutti uniti dalla fitta trama della rete globale e da un’unica volontà: comunicare attraverso l’arte, un linguaggio che supera i vincoli linguistici, ogni barriera politica o geografica ed unisce ogni religione, ogni popolo.

.inaugurazione venerdì 14 gennaio 2005 ore 19.00 (la mostra resterà aperta fino al 15 gennaio 2005). Orari: dalle 17.00 alle 22.00
Ingresso gratuito.

.direzione artistica Luca Curci & Franco Altobelli

.ulteriori informazioni 
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+39 348 4909240

Vonda Yarberry
. USA | Cecelia Condit . USA | Arti Grabowski . Poland | Leonida . Italy | Lynn MacRitchie . UK | Jeremy Laffon . France | Joseph Tramacchi . Australia | Clément Zerbola . France | Franco Altobelli . Italy | Yang Qing . China | Elizabeth Monoian . USA | Route . USA | Mario Materia . Italy | Mario Tani . Italy | Tamuna Sirbiladze . Austria | Jodie Vicenta Jacobson . USA | Thanos Chrysakis . UK/Greece | Lorik Sylejmani . Kosova | GUIDO’LU . Belgium | Luca Curci . Italy | Fabiana Roscioli . Italy | Corpicrudi . Italy | Luciana Galli . Italy | Richard Journo . Italy/UK | Suka Off . Poland | Robert F. Arnold . USA | Peter & Stefan Mitterer . Norway | R. Wilberforce & P. Pajdic . UK/USA

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