The new exhibition space of the Acerbo Museum will be inaugurated on Saturday 9 October 2021 at 13.00 in collaboration with the No Man’s Land Foundation. Thanks to the new space, ceramic works by international contemporary artists -Alberto Garutti, Fabrice Hyber, Felice Levini, H. H. Lim, Donatella Spaziani – will be added to the Castelli ceramics collection. This will allow the visitors to compare ways of interpreting  ceramic art very distant in time and to enhance the language of the new generations of artists.

On the same day, at 11.00, the No Man’s Land Foundation, in the space of Contrada Rotacesta – Loreto Aprutino (PE) – which hosts many permanent installations, it inaugurates a new site-specific installation by Fabrice Hyber entitled Le Chêne et les Noyers / La Quercia e i Noci, curated by Zerynthia Association for Contemporary Art OdV.

Afterward, at 15.30, at the Luigi De Meo Municipal Theater in Loreto Aprutino (PE), there will be a panel discussion entitled Metti un Seme e Salva il Mondo/Pick a Seed and Save the World, during which artists, botanists, farmers, architects, scientists will wonder about the plant world and its relationship with society.

Speakers: Alberto Colazilli, Garden and Landscape Restoration Expert; Antonio Di Marco, President of The most beautiful villages in Italy, regarding the Abruzzo and Molise; Lina Ghibelli, Cell Biologist, Tor Vergata University of Rome; Hou Hanru, Artistic Director of MAXXI Rome and L’Aquila; Fabrice Hyber, artist; Monique Savoie, President-Founder Société des Arts Technologiques, Montréal; Lucio Zazzara, President of the Maiella National Park, Abruzzo. Moderator: Giovanna Felluga – Scientific Committee of the No Man’s Land Foundation.