MODICA (Rg), November 2018 - From the deep blue abysses of its islands, to the snow-covered vertigo of the mountains; from the axial rigor of the urban geometries, to the round and mathematically perfect embrace of the stone theaters; from extreme scarification of the islands to the primordial energy of its volcanoes, up to the rarefied and remote silence of archaeological and prehistoric sites. In Modica, with "Sicily, the island never seen", an aerial photo exhibition of Luigi Nifosì [7 December 2018 - 6 January 2019] in the double seat of the Ex Convent of the Carmine and of the Grimaldi Foundation, is an authentic scene thrill of the senses guided by a sense - lightness - which, indeed, is not supplied to human beings: to take off, to overcome the terrestrial tie of gravity, to cradle between air and wind. And again: observe the work of the man from the unprecedented vertical perspective - privilege of pilots, winged creatures and, recently, of virtual navigations with Google Earth - to the point of believing to possess it, this infinite and blue beauty, in the vision of a look from the clouds. Opening on Friday 7 December, from 7 pm (presentation at 6 pm, Auditorium Floridia).

Visits: former Convent of the Carmine (Piazza Matteotti) from Monday to Saturday 16-20, Sundays and holidays 10-13 and 16-20 (also open in the red calendar of December and January); Grimaldi Foundation (corso Umberto 106) from Monday to Saturday 9 am-1pm and 4 pm-8pm; Sunday 16-20. Admission 2 euros (ticket valid for both locations). Info; email;

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