MAXXI Bulgaria Prize Exhibits its Finalists Giulia Cenci, Tomaso De Luca and Renato Leotta

Tuesday, October 20, 2020
MAXXI Bulgaria Prize Exhibits its Finalists Giulia Cenci, Tomaso De Luca and Renato Leotta

A warning about the future of humanity in Giulia Cenci's zoomorphic sculptures; an ode to freedom and diversity in Tomaso De Luca's video installation; the suspended time of the Sacred Area of Largo Argentina in Renato Leotta's work.

Image: Giulia Cenci's zoomorphic sculptures

 

A warning about the future of humanity in Giulia Cenci's zoomorphic sculptures; an ode to freedom and diversity in Tomaso De Luca's video installation; the suspended time of the Sacred Area of Largo Argentina in Renato Leotta's work.

 

Giulia Cenci's zoomorphic sculptures

 

Giulia Cenci (Cortona, 1988, lives and works in Amsterdam and Tuscany), Tomaso De Luca (Verona, 1988, lives and works in Berlin) and Renato Leotta (Turin, 1982, lives and works in Turin and Acireale, Sicily) are the three finalists for the MAXXI BVLGARI PRIZE, the project bringing together MAXXI – National Museum of 21st Century Arts and Bvlgari, an emblem of Italian excellence for over 130 years to support and promote young artists.

Their site-specific artworks created for the PRIZE will be on show at MAXXI - National museum of 21stcentury arts from 28 October 2020 to 7 March 2021. The exhibition, curated by Giulia Ferracci, will engage visitors right from the lobby and will develop in the spectacular Gallery 5, on the third floor.
 

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