The National Gallery in Rome opened Tuesday the 20th of September its space to the collection of the EMST-National Museum of Contemporary Art of Athens, including in the great exhibition Time is Out of Joint coming from the Greek Museum. Until November, 11, this exhibition, the third edition of a series of projects called EMST in the World, is focused on Artists from the Sigma Group. This was a historical movement founded in Rome in 1959 by several Greek Artists.
This exhibition is a dialogue between the permanent collection of the Gallery in Rome and the Greek works. It is the ideal place where to put together the masterpieces of the two collections linked into a strong and rich intellectual relationship, the same of our two countries: Italy and Grece.
The artists have a deep relationship with Italy: Dimitris Alithinos, Manolis Baboussis, Vlassis Caniaris, Stathis Chryssikopoulos, Dimitris Condos, Eirini Efstathiou, Yannis Gaitis, Emily Jacir, Nikos Kessanlis, Kimsooja, Piotr Kowalski, Dimitris Kozaris, Thomas Struth, Kyrillos Sarris, Costas Tsoclis, Costas Varotsos, Mary Zygouri.
Do not miss the masterpieces that you find permanent in the Gallery painted by artists like Balla, De Nittis, Morandi, Modigliani, Carrà, De Chirico, De Pisis, Sironi, Guttuso. Moreover foreigners painters like Van Gogh, Kandiskij and others too. A synthesis of modern and contemporary art, that suggests even more curiosity than when you went in.
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Elena Cattaneo was born in Cremona and lives in Rome. As a teacher, editor and web reporter she looks at this city, even also many years, like a curious turist.
After a Foreign Language University Degree she specialized in Communication Science. She fully dedicated to Business Communication, her most relevant interest.
She cultivated several cultural hobbies, fond of art and human being expression.