Centro Luigi Di Sarro

Via Paolo Emilio, 28, 00192 Roma RM, Italy

An overview of the Centre Luigi Di Sarro
The Luigi Di Sarro’s Centre of Documentation for Contemporary Artistic Research, a non-profit association that has been active in Rome since 1981, is involved in art and culture. The Centre, named after the artist who tragically died – at only 37 years old – in Rome on 24 February 1979 due to a fatal mistake in a turmoil period during the Italy’s “Years of Lead”, Terrorism and the enactment of the Reale Law. The Centre was founded by Luigi Di Sarro’s family, which continues to direct it in the spirit with which the artist always lived: utmost freedom of thought and a keen interest in all forms of experimentation. Since 1981 the Luigi Di Sarro Centre has promoted the works of young artists, through expositions and exchange projects. At the present time, the activities of the Centre of Study on contemporary art are paralleled by exhibitions and publications that investigate the past several decades, with a section devoted to the Di Sarro Archives, the artist’s works and writings, freely available to consult.

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Country : Italy
City / Town : Rome
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