Spazio Hangar

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Experimental Art Laboratory
SPAZIO HANGAR is a cultural salon, an exhibition showcase, a place for study and artistic propaganda, an independent space entirely for women, whose fundamental character is research.
The initial proposal, which later became an independent space, was born and aims to bring together the artist's studio, project and exhibition in one place. Our aim, with a background made up of three distinct personalities, is to bring as much public as possible to contemporary art.
Born in the northern part of the city, we then moved to the south, in a peripheral area that currently hosts few artist-run spaces, but which is in effect epiphanic territory. Our goal is to tell about places that are apparently far from the collective imagination of the museum, and to involve both artists and users, coming into contact with art directly, as co-protagonists.
Our idea was born as an incubator for proposals, artistic collaborations aimed at promoting art, emerging or not, that which is culturally active and relevant from a universal point of view. Everyone will be able, regardless of age or level of knowledge, to initiate an autonomous discovery process, guided by amazement and curiosity, aimed at acquiring awareness and "artistic citizenship".
The Space opens its doors to many of the artistic sectors of the contemporary, identified as creative arts:
Painting - Sculpture - Drawing - Graphics - Engraving - Illustration - Photography - Digital art - Videoart - Multimedia and environmental installations - Performing arts - Contemporary plastic arts - Curating.

- FRAMED Exhibition, personal exhibition by Marialuisa Antonelli, Rome, 2020, Via Ezio n 19, Fair Legals event sponsored by the Luiss Business School. - CityLab 971, meetings, talks and personal exhibitions of the artists: Corina Surdu, Stefano Vitali, Juanni Wang, Giulia Quinzi, Francesca Quinzi, Matilde Cenci, Franco Cenci, Emanuele Censi, Elisa Marra, Marialuisa Antonelli, Ludovica Iuè, Federico Iori, Francesco Fossati and Sara Ciuffetta. from March 2021 to July 2021, via salaria 971, Rome. - Sorry We Are Open, collective exhibition of the artists: Matteo Bagolin, Lorena Bernardi, Maria Rachele Branca, Carlo Chiatti, Francesco Campese, Raffaele Castiglione Morelli, Emanuele Censi, Alessandra Condello, Alessandro D'Aquila, Fabio Grande, Fabio Mariani, Guglielmo Mattei, Francesco Marcangeli, Emanuele Moretti, Pieraldo Mercuri, Filippo Saccà, Alessandro Sanditico Petriello, Ricardo Aleodor Venturi and Stefano Volpe. Talia Theater in Tagliacozzo, exhibition sponsored by the Municipality of Tagliacozzo, Abruzzo Region, Bambino Gesù Hospital and Edoardo Marcangeli Onlus Association, 2022. - CONTEMPORARY XYLOGRAPHY, experimental woodblock printing laboratory with the pupils of the Istituto Paritario Rome, 2022. - ARTIST'S ROOMS curated by Arianna Sera and with the collaboration of Spazio Hangar, artists on show Gaia Scaramella, Elisa Selli and Emanuele Moretti. Palazzo Ducale di Tagliacozzo for the Contemporary 2022 event - Ladispolaneo Residence curated by Arianna Sera, Rosaria Madeo and Elisa Selli, artists in residence Ola Czuba, Ellen Wolf, Gabriele Biondi and Wang Yuxiang. Cryptoporticus Marina di San Nicola, Ladispoli. 2022
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