From 2 to 11 July, in the evocative setting of Villa Giulia, home of the Branca family built on the shores of Lake Maggiore in the mid-800, will host an art and augmented reality exhibition by Antonio Spanedda: it is an installation composed of women’s faces made by the artist and also includes an open workshop that will take place on Sunday 4 July 2021: every woman who wishes can be photographed and take home the shot of Luisa Morniroli, worked live in a few minutes with cosmetic nail polishes by Antonio Spanedda.
Not only that: the snapshots collected during the day can then become part of future exhibitions of the artist Antonio Spanedda. Finally, on Sunday 11 July 2021 there will be the final talk show.
Partner of the event is the #doccetteria Damast that has always supported contemporary art thanks to the great passion of Concetta Mastrolia, CEO of the Piedmontese company.
“Protecting and defending the value of the feminine side of the world is a duty, because there is no place where women’s humanity does not need to be rediscovered, revalued, returned.”