The Call of Cthulhu, short story by the American writer H. P. Lovecraft becomes the title of the exhibition curated by Lorenzo Benedetti and Aloisia Leopardi.
The famous novel serves to build the setting of an imaginary landscape into which the works of Salvatore Arancio, Fabrizio Cotognini, Giovanni Ozzola, Gianni Politi, Pietro Ruffo, Domenico Mangano and Marieke Van Rooy are hosted. Sharing stories and images that investigate the boundaries of reality, the exhibition will explore the gap between fantasy and madness.
Opening Times 15 – 24 June: 11am – 7pm
25 June – 4 November: Tue – Sun, 3pm – 7pm / by appointment