The itinerant exhibition, organized by the International Biennial of Engraving Prize, makes a stop in Belgium: February 17 to 26, in fact, the works will be exhibited at the Kunst in Het Geuzenhuis in Gent. The opening will be on Friday 17 at 20.00 with a short introduction by Frederik Evers, a retired judge and a great lover of art. Occasion will also be presented the work of the Argentine Alicia Diaz Rinaldi. The Acqui Prize, amounting to € 5,000, will be awarded in 2013 during a ceremony dedicated to the ceremony. The call for the XI Biennale, and the official start to the Acqui Prize 2013, comes at a time concomitant with a European event that could be called "exhibition of exhibitions", exhibition in Europe dedicated to reconstructing the history ten editions Biennial corresponding to twenty years.
The traveling exhibition in cities in Europe, "“Segni di autore - Premio Acqui Biennale internazionale per l'incisione - 1993/2011", featuring works by artists honored during the ten editions of the event. "It's after two decades of organizational commitment that the event, now known in every continent, which took place the decision to bring in venues in Spain, France and Belgium works by artists who have written the history of the event art" made in Acqui Terme "from 1993 to 2011," said the president of the Biennale, Joseph Avignolo. The way European exhibition began in Betanzos (Spain) with an exhibition at Fundacion CIEC from October 6 to November 10. From 22 November to 11 December, the exhibition was held at the Brita Prinz of Madrid (Spain). Then will arrive at the Kunst in Het Geuzenhuis. Acqui Terme, will host the exhibition at Palazzo Robellini from 14 April to 5 May. The exhibition initiative will complete its journey to Cultuur Centrumm Ieper (Belgium) June 3 to 24.
The artists invited to the event are Tino Aime, Andrè Beuchat, Sandro Bracchitta, Livio Ceschin, Teodoro Cotugno, Elisabetta Diamanti, Vincenzo Gatti, Gabriella Locci, Bruno Missieri, Franco Menegon, Giulia Napoleone, Snezana Petrovic, Lanfranco Quadrio, Roberta Rampinelli, Giovanni Turria, Susana Vanegas Gandolfo, Cleo Wilkinson, Agostino Zaliani, Roberta Zamboni e Man Zhuang. The presentation of the catalog of the initiative is headed by Giuseppe Avignolo, Pedro Galilea, Casa Falconieri, Kunst in het Geuzehuis, Cultur Ieper Centrum and Brita Prinz, with support and collaboration of the Revilla Networks Italia Team Italy-ordination of Edward Avignolo and graphic design Marina Gras.
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