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This year Palazzo Ducale, with the “Isole Mai Trovate” exhibition just launched, is glad to introduce international artists such as Marina Abramovic, Yves Bresson and Lucas Samars within its amazing surroundings.

The Locanda di Palazzo Cicala invites you to visit "Islands Never Found", the exhibition hosted by Palazzo Ducale in Genoa from March 13th to June 13th, 2010. The perfect chance to go and discover our inner never-found islands...

The ideal excuse to go and discover Genoa and its beauties, be cuddled by the first warmth already announcing the summer rich with flavors and sun-rays and relax at the lovely Locanda di Palazzo Cicala; and having museums, shops and restaurants at walking distance.

All this while enjoying "Islands Never Found", the new exhibition at Palazzo Ducale in Genoa; on this special occasion many contemporary well-known world-wide artists translate their own never-found island into art. Drawings, paintings, photos, sculptures, videos and much more are on show within the amazing surroundings of Palazzo Ducale; a journey, which is interior as well, able to involve and lead the audience through these works, each of them represents not only a metaphor of life but also a never-ending research with doubts and questions regarding the true meaning of life. The journey goes without course, it is an eternal journey leading to an unreal arrival point, a simple utopia, a sort of desire inner-space therefore unreachable.

"Islands Never Found", exhibition at Palazzo Ducale in Genoa, has been curated by Hegyi, General Director at the Musée d'Art Moderne in St-Etienne, and by Katarina Koshina, President of the Museo di Stato di Arte Contemporanea in Salonicco.


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