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Headless women with imperfect bodies are the pop icons of the Tuscan artist Eleonora Santanni who also pays homage to Queen Elizabeth II with a site-specific project.
Everyday heroines who are not afraid to show off their imperfect bodies and challenge conventional aesthetic models to be reborn stronger than before. From 20 October to 15 November, the Lu.C.C.A. Lounge & Underground museum hosts the exhibition entitled “Le Scapate. God save me! ”, curated by Maurizio Vanni and Elisabetta Rizzuto.
Inauguration in the presence of the artist on Saturday 24 October at 5:00 pm.

With the project "Le Scapate", the artist creates a series of material works, digital graphics and installations on the theme of the female body, freeing herself from social obligations of defining her image, and representing in a regenerative and joyful catharsis headless female bodies.
An invitation to women to abandon fear and ideal aesthetic models to regain their bodies and femininity.

For Info and reservations: tel. +39 0583 492180 - info@luccamuseum.com.

*** Due to the latest national regulations following the prime ministerial decree of 03/11/2020 the exhibition is closed on Thursday 5 November ***

Data
Dates
October 20 / November 15, 2020
Start / End Time
tue / fri - 2:00 pm / 6:00 pm; sat and sun - 11:00 am / 7:00 pm; closed on mon
Place
Lu.C.C.A. – Lucca Center of Contemporary Art, Via della Fratta, 36 - Lucca
Ticket
Free admission
Contacts

Lu.C.C.A. – Lucca Center of Contemporary Art
Via della Fratta, 36 – Lucca
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tel. +39 0583 492180 - info@luccamuseum.com