April 5, 2009 - PAN | Palazzo delle Arti Napoli - Napoli senza titolo [Napoli untitled]
April 5, 2009

Napoli senza titolo [Napoli untitled]

Photo © Pino Miraglia (1996)

Napoli senza titolo [Napoli untitled]
February 12 – April 10, 2009

Palazzo Roccella,
Via dei Mille, 60,
80121 Napoli

admission free


Napoli senza titolo [Napoli untitled]
February 12 – April 10, 2009

curated by Fabio Donato Maria Federica Palestino Marina Vergiani
For PAN Screening – a Documentation Centre project – I edition 2009

The Documentation Centre opens its digital archives to “Studies on Images of Naples and the Public image of Naples in view of the city’s cultures and life spaces”

Aniello Barone, Antonio Biasiucci, Salvino Campos, Stefano Cardone, Libero de Cunzo, Fabio Donato, Luciano Ferrara, Gianni Fiorito, Guido Giannini, Carlo Hermann, Mimmo Jodice, Oreste Lanzetta, Mario Laporta, Raffaela Mariniello, Pino Miraglia, Oreste Pipolo, Sergio Riccio, Luciano Romano, Mario Spada e Alain Volut

Archintorno, Arci Movie Ponticelli, Centro territoriale Mammut, Chi rom e…chi no, Embater/Arteteca, Fondazione Napoli Novantanove, Gridas, Mensa bambini proletari, Michele Gandin con Luciano D’Alessandro e Sergio Piro

Aldo Capasso

Riccardo Dalisi, Felice Pignataro
Arts Architecture and Participation

Through the project Napoli senza titolo [Napoli untitled], the Documentation Centre of PAN| Palazzo delle Arti Napoli carries on its ‘screening’ by delving into the relation between the city and its public spaces and, above all, by spotlighting the latter’s transformations over time that were set in motion by the various cultural currents that achieved recognition in Naples and triggered marked social and economic changes, steadily redefining its boundaries, symbols and identity. These changes are visible especially in public spaces: amongst the layered meanings and social and cultural values, which are a direct consequence of urban changes. By using the most diverse yet established modes of expression of PAN Screening, Napoli senza titolo reveals the different ways in which this space is put to use via evidence and documents from Neapolitan private collections and art archives, true treasure troves of masterly impressions: some with the ability to perceive and communicate, and others already equal to the task of indicating new ways of putting it to use.

Napoli senza titolo will be presented in other venues in Italy and abroad.

The exhibition is accompanied by the catalogue Napoli senza titolo, published by Federico Motta Editore.

Continuing exhibitions:

My Space. What does “public” mean?
until April 20, 2009
Curated by Laura Barreca and Julia Draganovic

Emergency Room Napoli
until April 20, 2009
by Thierry Geoffroy / Colonel


The exhibitions are produced by Council of Arts, City of Naples and by Change Performing Arts, Milan.

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