A vision for change, an invitation to dream, a call for diversity, and recognition of the variety of forms of expression.
The Gucci-Sponsored 2020 Art Quadriennale FUORI (Out) exhibit showcases the latest trends in the Italian visual arts, and works that test the boundaries of tradition and everything that is ‘out of the box’ is at Rome’s Palazzo delle Esposizioni.
Unfolding in a gesture of hope amid trying times, FUORI was curated by Sarah Cosulich and Stefano Collicelli Cagol and features painting, sculpture, video, design, costumery, photography, and installations that illuminate the poetry of the unconventional. The premier exhibition dedicated to contemporary Italian art, intertwines the work of 43 artists, including unsung visionaries of the 1960s art scene and other contemporary figures, bringing to the fore artists’ obsessions, desires and unbridled creative acts.
Work from creatives such as Sylvano Bussotti, Anna Franceschini, Lisetta Carmi, and Isabella Costabile serve as a study of obsession and stereotypes through unexpected and imaginative forms and through various generations.
Stressing the importance of the continued support of the arts and artistic freedom amid trying times, Gucci has afforded the public the opportunity to experience the exhibition free of charge, until its close on January 17, 2021 and under strict safety measures.