INIZIATIVA CENTESIMO AVANZATO in “L’impresa dell’arte” (The Enterprise of Art)

Susanne Bosch

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    Groupshow curated by Julia Draganovic PAN | palazzo arti napoli, Naples, Italy May 16th – Sept. 30th 2008.With: 010010100110.org, Guy Ben-Ner, Susanne Bosch, Shu Lea Cheang, Claude Closky, Steven Cohen, Yevgeniy Fiks, Finger, Jean-Baptiste Ganne, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Christian Jankowski, Alessandro Ludovico – Paolo Cirio – UBERMORGEN.COM, Sarah Morris, Danica Phelps, Tadej Pogacar, Roxy in the box, Santiago Sierra To what extent can art be considered as “capital”, becoming a mirror of the general economic situation, and a thermometer of current trends?This is just one of the questions that will be raised at “L’impresa dell’arte” (The Enterprise of Art), the first of a new thematic cycle of events curated by Julia Draganovic and dedicated to the “A COMMON ASSET” exhibition, at PAN|Palazzo Delle Arti Napoli, from the 16th of May until the 30th of June 2008.“The Art Enterprise” investigates the relationship between art and economy in a period where auctions and contemporary art fairs register new record prices almost every month, leading us to consider the equation of “art enterprise = art market, a principle that is far too often taken for granted.These reflections begin with Naples, where, despite the presence of numerous galleries and collectors of international fame, very few people are actually aware of the immense profits that the sale of artworks can actually generate.We are in the city where Joseph Beuys and Andy Warhol, two key protagonists of twentieth-century art, met 28 years ago. In their own manner, these artists caused a radical change in the relationship between the production of artworks and the economy.Both reflected on the condition of art production: Warhol standardised the concept of art through the serial production of silk-screen prints which underlined the centrality of the work; whereas, Beuys reflected on the underlying conditions of the free market, with the objective of radically changing it, focusing on the role of the artist and art in society because, as he sustained: “every human being is an artist”.These two apparently incompatible perspectives are the inspiration for the reflections of the contemporary artists at “L’impresa dell’arte” (The Enterprise of Art), who openly continue and draw inspiration from the research that these two masters began. Decision committee meeting PAN | palazzo arti napoli, Naples, Italy 21st November 2008: The group exhibition finished in September. My project the INIZIATIVA CENTESIMO AVANZATO collected 474 wishes for Naples from people in Naples and cent coins in an open tray on the street in front of the museum. In November, the cents will be counted And a decision made what wish to realize. A documentation will follow. For the realisation and the success of the INIZIATIVA CENTESIMO AVANZATO I would like to thank Dr. Julia Draganovic and the whole team of the PAN, Servizio Napoli, the team of CIVITA, the population of Naples, the Goethe Institute in Naples.
    LanguageEnglish
    Place of PublicationNaples, Italy
    Publication statusPublished - 2008

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    Art
    Naples
    Artist
    Palazzo
    Wishes
    Italy
    Economy
    Joseph Beuys
    Artwork
    Andy Warhol
    Protagonist
    Human Being
    Goethe Institute
    Auctions
    Shu Lea Cheang
    Guy Ben-Ner
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    Keywords

    • PAN
    • Susanne Bosch
    • INIZIATIVA CENTESIMO AVANZATO
    • money
    • public art
    • participatory project
    • decision making committee
    • Naples
    • Italy

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