Show highlights Med seen by 3,500 artists on mini canvases

In Palermo's Cantieri alla Zisa

20 February, 13:26

    (ANSAmed) - PALERMO - An art exhibit built from 3,500 mini canvases measuring 10 x 12 cms to show art and the Mediterranean opened in the Spazio Zac at Palermo's Cantieri alla Zisa.

    The paintings are a common jumping off point of the global contemporary art project "Imago Mundi" (www.imagomundiart.com), promoted by Luciano Benetton, that will inaugurate the new exhibition 'Mediterranean Routes', running through March 10 with free entrance.

    The exhibition is dedicated to the Mediterranean and aims to be an expression of belonging on the part of all: from the Middle East, with Palestine and Israel, Syria and Lebanon, to the coasts of Africa, touching Egypt, Libya, Tunisia, Algeria and Morocco, up to Europe and the far west of Portugal to Greece and Turkey passing through Spain, France and Italy with a focus on Campania and Sicily, to finally return northward to Albania, Montenegro, Croatia and Slovenia.

    There are currently more than 20,000 artists involved in the project, from more than 120 countries, regions and native communities worldwide.(ANSAmed).

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