Palinsesti has reached its eighteenth edition with the same vitality and the attention towards contemporary art that has characterised the cultural life of San Vito al Tagliamento for the past thirty years. In 2023, visitors will find the four exhibitions distributed among as many locations in San Vito.
The itinerary of the festival starts on the three floors of the Ospedale dei Battuti with Geometria e natura, which presents works by Giulia Napoleone, Igino Legnaghi, and Romano Perusini. This exhibition is dedicated to a line of abstract research with an architectural intention that still recalls nature.
The show then moves to the Essiccatoio Bozzoli, where a tribute has been set up to the work of Beppino De Cesco on the tenth anniversary of his death, announcing the acquisition of one of the artist’s works for Punto Fermo, San Vito’s civic permanent collection.
The Antiche Ceneri is the usual designated venue for the In Sesto Prize, presenting projects by Julia Hohenwarter, Andrea Kvas and Nuvola Ravera, respectively conceived for the exteriors of the Auditorium Zotti. Finally, Palazzo Altan hosts the exhibition of last year’s Prize winner, Sasha Vinci. His work is dedicated to Pasolini and is installed in the hamlet of Ligugnana.