HULIAS CANTINA,Piazzetta del Colle 4, 67050Civita D'Antino, Italy
Cantina
About one and a half hours’ drive east of Rome, in the Abruzzo mountains, you’ll find Civita d’Antino at 900 meters AMSL. Facing the church entrance, at the north-west end of Palazzo Ferrante, is the Hulias Cantina, known as the cantina by the locals. The cantina used to serve as the vine storage and sosial venue for the the local community. Hulias aims to continue this tradition by repurposing the space as a studio and exhibition space.
Exhibitions
Pan’s socks
05.05.2412.05.24
Kim Wawer (NL)
Kristoffer Zeiner (NO)
Mellom fjellene og himmelen / Tra le montagne e il cielo
01.07.2305.08.23
Ada Nilsen (NO)
Kristian Engelsen (NO)
Aksel Ree (NO)
Hedda Hørran (NO)
Marthin Espeland (NO)
Lars Nordby (NO)
Kaare Ruud (NO)
Mia Van Veen (NO)
Kristoffer Zeiner (NO)
Isak Wisløff (NO)
Jørn Aagaard (NO)
Øyvind Bast (NO)
History
The Palazzo Ferrante represents significant European heritage values, dating back to the 17th century. Scandinavian artists worked in Civita d’Antino from 1890 to 1915. This under-communicated part of Norwegian art history will be revitalized with the restoration of Palazzo Ferrante and the activities initiated by Hulias. The palace and the village will again be an important destination for young Norwegian artists, students, and art historians, displaying works of the Scandinavian artists working in Civita d’Antino.
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