AGORA
: Dragged from her chariot by a mob of fanatical vigilante Christian monks, the revered astronomer was stripped naked, skinned to her bones with sharp oyster shells, stoned and burned alive as possibly the first executed witch in history. A kind of purge that was apparently big business back then.


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1/29/14

Material Puns: WFCC Member Chiara Spagnoli Gabardi Honored With UK and NYC Art Exhibits


NYC based Italian journalist and artist Chiara Spagnoli Gabardi has been honored with an exhibit of her work in the UK. The distinguished, multi-talented Renaissance woman and member of the Women Film Critics Circle, was a guest on WBAI Radio's Arts Express. Gabardi discusses her many projects, including her UK exhibit, Material Puns. And exactly what that means, and what it has to do with Gabardi's pursuit of the self-ironic in society.

LISTEN TO THE PROGRAM HERE

AND....

CHIARA'S PAINTINGS AT IFAC-ARTS NYC

It is my utmost pleasure to announce that some of my paintings will be part of the group show Family Affairs: An incestuous avant-garde survey of art at the International Fine Arts Consortium (The Yard) in New York. Located at 85 Delancey Street, NYC, and open from 6pm to 8pm daily. The show will last until April 30th.

The show is curated by Gregory de la Haba and Lee Wells.

Lee Wells  has exhibited internationally for over 15 years, including the Biennale Di Venezia, National Center for Contemporary Art Moscow, Kimpo/Seoul International Airport, PS1/MoMA, and The State Hermitage Museum, in addition to numerous art fairs, festivals and galleries; and has been written about by publications such as The New York Times, The Art Newspaper, The Washington Post and Art Net.

The show will feature paintings by various contemporary artists , as well as works by Keith Haring, Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol, Banksy, Andy Warhol and many more!

Chiara Spagnoli Gabardi writes for King’s Road Magazine, British Foreign Press Association, Filmagazine (Italy), Shockya, PMc Magazine. Chiara is a member of the Women Film Critics Circle.


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