The OELLE Mediterraneo Antico Foundation aims to collect this immense intangible heritage to give life to projects for the enhancement of Mediterranean art, history, science and cultures, memories of the past that look to the future
111 photographs, in black and white and color, almost all unpublished, taken in Catania in the nineties, tell the story of photographer Ettore Sottsass, one of the even lesser known and investigated aspects of the great Italian architect and designer.
Ettore Sottsass' CATANIA MIA! exhibition will be presented at the "Castello Ursino" Civic Museum in Catania from 21 November 2022 to 21 May 2023, curated by Barbara Radice with Iskra Grisogono and the artistic direction of Christoph Radl
The OELLE Foundation borrows the concept of social sustainability, which allows the cohesion of a society capable of supporting its members who, by collaborating in order to achieve common goals, are also able to achieve individual well-being.
A paradigm of the social sciences is the concept of equality. The selection proposed today revolves around this concept:
works born from the dialogue with nature and from listening to places. Ever-expanding megacities and ruins to be re-invented. Sequences of images that urge us to re-imagine a possible and not utopian future
OELLE Foundation presents from 9 July, in its PHIL STERN Pavilion at Le Ciminiere in Catania, the photographic exhibition "1943. Faces and places of liberated Sicily" photographs by Nick Parrino curated by Ezio Costanzo. The exhibition contains 80 images of Nick Parrino, an Italian-American photographer following the US army during the Second World War, who in September 1943 immortalized some moments of the daily life of the people of Sicily after the armistice of September 3.