From C2C at Artissima, there are many reasons to be in Turin this weekend – from November 3 to November 5, 2023. From contemporary art to techno music, the capital of Piedmont will host numerous events during Arts Week. This term is now used for any week-long event that is expected to return every year. We the Collateral Editors, have produced this guide to ensure you do not miss any of the cultural events scheduled this weekend in the Capital of the Alps. Let’s find out what they are and scroll to the end for our additional tips!
#1 Club 2 Club
We have already mentioned this, but it is worth emphasizing again the festival responsible for one of the most adventurous developments in avant-pop music. Global avant-garde, contemporary popular culture, interdisciplinary musical productions, artAnd technologyAnd cultural independence are the distinctive features of the history of the C2C Festival. This year’s theme is “the world” and will shape this year’s program from November 2 to 5, 2023, at various locations across the city. You can find all the information here.
This year, Artissima celebrates thirty years of history and, from Friday 3 to Sunday 5 November, the bright spaces of the Oval Lingotto Fiere in Turin will host the four sections of one of the most important art fairs in Italy. There will be the Main section, New entries, Monologue/DialogueAnd Art spaces and editionsas well as the three organized sections – Drawings, Present Future, and Back to the Future. There will be a total of 181 Italian and international galleries.
Let’s move on to a more independent opportunity, Others continues to present small emerging realities where you can discover a space dedicated to new voices and the most vibrant artistic trends. You can visit the show spaces from November 2 to November 5, 2023has Pavilion 3 of Turin Esposizionilocated at Via Francesco Petrarca 39b.
In its nineteenth edition, Heavenly will open its doors from November, 1st and will be hosted in the spaces of Cavallerizza ComplexA UNESCO heritage site located in the heart of Turin. This year’s theme is “Eye Contact – Correspondence with Art.”
#5 “Vestiges” to all Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo
On November 2, the solo exhibition of Peng Zuqiang, “Vestiges” Organized by Bernardo Follini, will open. “Vestiges” is the artist’s first exhibition in Italy and is designed as a new stage in his long-term exploration of the emotional meaning of stories, bodies and language. The exhibition project consists of two new cinematographic installations dedicated to the themes of memory and contagion linked to the production and distribution of images. The exhibition will continue until January 7, 2024. THE Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo is located at Via Modane, 16.
#6 “Form Form SuperForm” at the Pinacoteca Agnelli
“SuperForm Form” is the retrospective devoted to the works of Thomas Bayrlé and organized by Sarah Cosulich And Saïm Demircan. Since 1960s, Bayrle addressed themes such as work, power, economics and religion, emphasizing the relationship between individual and collective dynamics in society. You can visit the exhibition from November from April 3 to 2 At Pinacoteca Agnelli In Via Nice, 230.
Now let’s move on to three more tips for those who like cinema, design and photography and will be in Turin next weekend. Besides art and music, there are many other exhibits and opportunities to explore.
If you like cinema…
At National Cinema Museum In Turin, “The World of Tim Burton” is still on display, dedicated to the creative genius of Tim Burton in the fascinating setting of Mole Antonelliana. The exhibition, inaugurated on October 11will continue until April 7, 2024.
If you like design…
There is an exhibition at Circolo di Design di Torino title “May contain traces of forest” co-organized by a forest researcher and a broadcaster Giorgio Vacchiano and design curator Elisabetta Donati de Conti. The exhibition combines scientific research and design innovation, exploring new ways of thinking about production, extractive practices and the language of objects. It opened its doors on June 9 and can be visited until December 15, 2023. You still have time!
If you like photography…
HAS CAMERA – Centro Italiano per la Fotografiathe exhibition of André Kertész is still in progress, created in collaboration with the Heritage and Photography Media Library (MPP) In Parisan institute of the French Ministry of Culture which preserves more than one hundred thousand negatives and all the archives given by the photographer to the State in 1984. The exhibition includes more than one one hundred and fifty images that cover the photographer’s entire career. It opened on October 19 and will continue until February 4, 2024.