Monday, 27th March 2017

Exhibition – Anne & Martin Müller

At Messina Palace, 141, Triq San Kristofru, Valletta
Saturday, 15th April – Saturday, 13th May 2017

Anne MullerAn interdisciplinary project presented by Martin and Anne Müller as part of the Valletta Visual Arts Festival (VIVA) 2017. Anne Müller’s “Maria and me“ is about the complex roles that women in society play on the island of Gozo, as opposed to the new opportunities they have at their disposal today. The work is exhibited as a collection of Polaroid photos combined with abstract poetic quotations together with a video visualization.

On the other hand, Martin Müller’s “Dito” revolves around the philosophical and anthropological reality on Gozo. His works portray the relationship between history, culture, civil society and society on Gozo through photos of everyday life. The photos will be presented as diptychs as well as triptychs together with films and archives.
On Tuesday, 18th April, starting at 20:00 hours, Anne Müller will also give a solo performance at Messina Palace during this event.

Exhibition curator:  Andrea Hilger
In cooperation with „Fondazzjoni Kreattività“, „St James Cavalier“, „META Foundation“

Entrance free.
For the opening times click here.

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