At Monteverdi Tuscany, we believe that engagement with the arts makes our lives richer, deeper and more meaningful. With this firm belief in mind, we are proud to present our 2017 Arts and Humanities program – all free of charge to our guests. The Monteverdi Art Gallery is a place for international artists to exhibit new works and spend time in the historical and inspiring village of Castiglioncello del Trinoro. Curated by Sarah McCrory, the gallery hosts both group exhibitions / thematic shows and solo exhibitions, talks and events.
All exhibitions are free and open to guests and the public.
In 2017, Monteverdi is pleased and proud to host in residence a diverse mix of accomplished artists, including the following:
Olivia Laing – July 25 – August 6
Olivia Laing’s first book, To the River, was a book of the year in the Evening Standard, Independent and Financial Times and was shortlisted for the Royal Society of Literature Ondaatje Prize and the Dolman Travel Book of the Year. Olivia is the former Deputy Books Editor of the Observer and writes for a variety of publications, including the Observer, New Statesman, Guardian and Times Literary Supplement. She is a 2011 MacDowell Fellow and has received awards from the Arts Council and the Authors’ Foundation.
Adam Linder – Practice dates – 20th June – 30th June
Adam Linder is a choreographer and dancer based in Los Angeles and Berlin. He will be ‘in rehearsal’ at Monteverdi and will make a performance on the property while in residence. He makes works for the theatre and provides Choreographic Services. In 2016, Linder participated in the Made in LA Biennial at The Hammer Museum Los Angeles, where he was awarded the Mohn Prize for artistic excellence.
Laure Prouvost – Exhibition 24th June – 6th Aug
Opening Reception:June 24th , 11am drinksLaure Prouvost (b.1978, Lille) lives and works in London and Antwerp. After winning the Max Mara Art Prize for Women in 2011, she was the first French artist to win the prestigious Turner Prize in 2013. Selected solo exhibitions include Le Consortium Dijon, Dijon; MMK, Frankfurt-am-Main; Hangar Bicocca, Milan; Haus der Kunst, Munich; Fahrenheit, Los Angeles; Musée départemental d’art contemporain de Rochechouart, Rochechouart; Tate Britain, London; Whitechapel Gallery, London; CCA, Glasgow; and the National Centre for Contemporary Arts, Moscow.