1887 - AREA DI CONFINE PORTA DUCHAMP

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1887 - AREA DI CONFINE PORTA  DUCHAMP

Time: October 7, 2017 at 6pm to March 4, 2018 at 7pm
Location: Space Ophen Virtual art gallery 2.0 of Salerno
Street: Via S. Calenda 105/D 84126
City/Town: Salerno (Italy)
Website or Map: http://www.collezionebongiani…
Phone: 089 5648159
Event Type: international, mail, art, project
Organized By: Giovanni Bonanno
Latest Activity: Jul 3

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SPACE OPHEN VIRTUAL ART GALLERY 2.0

Via S. Calenda, 105 / D 84126 Salerno (Italy).

International Mail Art Project "in 1887 - BORDER AREA PORT DUCHAMP"

Project "Add and Return" dedicated to Marcel Duchamp

Edited by Giovanni Bonanno and in collaboration with the Archives Ophen Virtual Art and Collection Bongiani Ophen Art Museum in Salerno.

 

On the occasion of the 130 years since the birth of Marcel Duchamp, (Blainville-Crevon, July 28, 1887 -Neuilly-sur-Seine, October 2, 1968, the Space Ophen Virtual Art Gallery 2.0 of Salerno send to several contemporary artists a postcard of 10 cm × 15 with the image of the work of Marcel Duchamp, Étant - Donnés (external installation) built between 1946 -1966, asking to speak with any technique into the card space to complete the work, and to return the card in a sealed envelope to: Giovanni Bonanno Space Ophen Virtual Art Gallery 2.0, Via S. Calenda 105 / D 84126 Salerno (SA).

This event entitled "1887 - BORDER AREA PORT DUCHAMP" dedicated to Marcel Duchamp, will be organized at the interactive gallery 2.0, "Space Ophen Virtual art gallery" of Salerno from October 7, 2017 al 4 March 2018 as a contemporary event designed to coincide with 57th International Biennial of Art in Venice in 2017, with its critique, the press release, the digital catalog and communication of the exhibition to the most important art magazines, newspapers and contemporary art sites. The exhibition will then be archived and can be visited permanently in "exhibitions space activities" Virtual interactive gallery of Salerno.

 

-Scadenza Of the project: 30 June 2017

Visit. The Interactive Gallery: http://www.collezionebongianiartmuseum.it/

(After the deadline, "-" 1887 - BORDER AREA PORT DUCHAMP "will become permanent collection" Work in progress ")

Visit the Project: http://www.collezionebongianiartmuseum.it/sala.php?id=79

e-mail: bongiani@alice.it

 

Marcel Duchamp, Étant - Womens (installation External)

1946 -1966. Assembling of different materials

242,5X177,8X1245cm, Philadelphia Museum of Art - Philadelphia

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Comment by Giovanni Bonanno on June 17, 2016 at 12:53pm

Comment by Giovanni Bonanno on June 17, 2016 at 12:53pm

SPAZIO OPHEN VIRTUAL ART GALLERY 2.0

Via S. Calenda, 105 / D  84126  Salerno (Italy).

 

Progetto Internazionale di  Mail Art   “1887 - AREA DI CONFINE PORTA  DUCHAMP”

Progetto  “Add e Return”  dedicato a  Marcel Duchamp 

A cura di Giovanni  Bonanno  e in collaborazione con l’Archivio Ophen Virtual Art e la Collezione Bongiani Ophen Art Museum di  Salerno.

In occasione dei 130 anni dalla nascita  di  Marcel Duchamp, (Blainville-Crevon, 28 luglio 1887 -Neuilly-sur-Seine, 2 ottobre 1968,  lo  Spazio Ophen Virtual Art Gallery 2.0  di Salerno invia a diversi artisti  contemporanei  una postcard di cm 10×15 con l’immagine dell’opera di Marcel Duchamp, Etant - Donnés  (esterno dell'installazione) realizzata tra il 1946 -1966,  chiedendo di intervenire con qualsiasi tecnica nell’apposito  spazio  della cartolina per  completare l’opera,  e  di rispedire  la card in busta chiusa a: Giovanni  Bonanno   Spazio Ophen Virtual Art Gallery 2.0,   Via S. Calenda 105/D  84126  Salerno (SA).

Questo evento dal titolo “1887 - AREA DI CONFINE PORTA  DUCHAMP” dedicato a Marcel Duchamp,  verrà organizzato presso la galleria interattiva 2.0,  “Spazio Ophen Virtual art Gallery”  di Salerno dal  7 ottobre 2017 al 4 marzo 2018 come  evento  contemporaneo progettato in concomitanza con la 57th Biennale Internazionale d’Arte di Venezia 2017, con il relativo testo critico, il comunicato stampa, il catalogo digitale e la comunicazione della mostra alle più importanti riviste d’arte, quotidiani e siti di arte contemporanea. La mostra  sarà poi archiviata  e visitabile permanentemente  nello spazio “mostre svolte” della galleria Virtuale  interattiva di Salerno.

 

-Scadenza del progetto:  30  giugno  2017

Visit. La Galleria Interattiva:   http://www.collezionebongianiartmuseum.it/

(Dopo la scadenza, “-  “1887 – AREA DI CONFINE PORTA  DUCHAMP” diventerà  Raccolta permanente  “Work in progress”)

Visita il  Progetto:  http://www.collezionebongianiartmuseum.it/sala.php?id=79    

e-mail:   bongiani@alice.it

 

 

Si precisa che lo Spazio Ophen Virtual Art Gallery 2.0 di Salerno, dopo aver dedicato l’attenzione nel 2015 a due artisti giapponesi come Shozo Shimamoto e Ryosuke Cohen,  “dentro e fuori il corpo”, (“The World's  Futures / Inside and outside the body”), in contemporanea con la 56th Biennale Internazionale d’Arte di Venezia, intende ora presentare in concomitanza con la prossima 57th Biennale Internazionale d’Arte di Venezia del 2017 due artisti dadaisti come Kurt Schwitters e  Marcel Duchamp  che riassumono egregiamente il concetto di  “Aperto e Chiuso / Open and Closed”. Le due rispettive mostre collettive internazionali  verranno svolte in un arco di tempo di circa un anno (dal 6 maggio 2017  fino al 4 marzo 2018).  Sandro Bongiani Arte Contemporanea

Comment by Giovanni Bonanno on June 17, 2016 at 12:51pm

 

SPACE OPHEN VIRTUAL ART GALLERY 2.0

Via S. Calenda, 105 / D 84126 Salerno (Italy).

International Mail Art Project "in 1887 - BORDER AREA PORT DUCHAMP"

Project "Add and Return" dedicated to Marcel Duchamp

Edited by Giovanni Bonanno and in collaboration with the Archives Ophen Virtual Art and Collection Bongiani Ophen Art Museum in Salerno.

It is pointed out that Space Ophen Virtual Art Gallery 2.0 of Salerno, after having devoted attention in 2015 to two Japanese artists like Shozo Shimamoto and Ryosuke Cohen, "inside and outside the body," ( "The World's Futures / Inside and outside the body "), in conjunction with the 56th International Art Biennale in Venice, is now planning to coincide with the upcoming 57th International Art Biennale of Venice of 2017 two Dadaist artists like Kurt Schwitters and Marcel Duchamp that summarize very well the concept of "Open and Closed / Open and Closed". The two respective international group exhibitions will be carried out over a time span of about one year (from May 6, 2017 until March 4, 2018). Sandro Bongiani Contemporary Art

 

 

 

 

Comment by Giovanni Bonanno on June 17, 2016 at 12:46pm

What is "Étant Donnés"?

Marcel Duchamp, Étant - Womens (installation External)

1946 -1966. Assembling of different materials

242,5X177,8X1245cm, Philadelphia Museum of Art - Philadelphia

This three-dimensional assemblage is the work of Duchamp works in secret last two decades of his life: the only person that knows about it is the wife Teeny, which among other things helps him find the necessary materials. Part of the components of this complex structure are in fact purchased in Spain (an ancient wooden door and bricks within which is walled); other (leaves and dead branches) are collected by Duchamp during special outings with his wife accompanying Marcel driving an old station wagon; bricks used or waste are recovered in New York, for hiding the road by paper bags. When Duchamp is forced to change study and to move from 14th Street to 11th ^ a moving company takes care of the most bulky parts, while he carries the whole piece by piece and the rest with the utmost care. In 1968, when he left New York to go to spend the summer in Europe, work is now completed and Marcel Before dying cares for organizing its final presentation preparing an instruction manual for installation of the building, enclosing photographs , notes and a scale model. The work will be presented at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. At the museum visitor is initially shows only a door, there is an impediment in the wall of a room: the door is closed and to see what there is inside you have to peek through two holes placed at eye level. In this way, the work of art viewer turns into a curious voyeur. Giovanni Bonanno

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