Pastificio Cerere, a place for creativity
An abandoned place becomes a location full of life and inspiration. It happened to the "Gruppo di San Lorenzo ", a group of six artists from the Seventies who turned an industrial space into a hub for creativity. Six artists (Ceccobelli, Dessì, Gallo, Nunzio, Pizzi Cannella and Tirelli) who believed that Pastificio Cerere in Rome could become a place for creating and disseminating contemporary art.
A former pasta factory: a place for art and daily life
To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Fondazione Cerere, six exhibitions have been organized. After Interno via degli Ausoni, a solo exhibition of Pizzi Cannella who proposed a trip through images and architectural symbols of this hotbed of ideas, the schedule will end in May with Marco Tirelli solo exhibition, who will propose a new memory and creativity path.
Robert Llimos Boundless Space
Until April, 16, Pastificio Cecere will host the first Italian solo exhibition by Robert Llimos. More than 50 works - including paintings, sculptures, engravings and drawings – depicting enigmatic and melancholy, disturbing yet familiar creatures from other galaxies. The exhibition is conceived as a moving project: after the Italian set-up the exhibition will be hold in Barcelona, in the artist's house-studio. The aim is to provide the viewrs with a new perspective on his work: it can be admired in the same place where it was made.