D.A.D.T. - Don't Ask, Don't Tell
curated by Francesco Pantaleone and Antonio Leone
DADT is the final contemporary art event within the 2013 National Pride.
The exhibition, curated by Francesco Pantaleone and Antonio Leone, is a choral tale of the complex life of LGBT people.
Don't ask, don't tell was the USA army policy with a view to sexual orientation: homosexuals could join the army as long as they did not reveal their sexual orientation.
The exhibition is divided in four sections: Fear / Identity / Right / Love, and hosts the works of both young and experienced, local and international artists including: Adalberto Abbate, Stefano Arienti, Benny Chirco, Stefania Galegati Shines, Goldiechiari, Alice Guareschi, Adrian Hermanides, Loredana Longo, Lovett/Codagnone, Domenico Mangano, Andrew Mania, Liliana Moro, Zanele Muholi, Dean Sameshima, Ferdinando Scianna, Félix González-Torres, Vedovamazzei.
DON'T ASK DON'T TELL
PALAZZO ZIINO - VIA DANTE 53
FROM OCTOBER 11 TO NOVEMBER 5
MON-SAT 9.30 AM- 6.30 PM
OPENING OCTOBER 11 6 PM
Adalberto Abbate, For Vladimir Putin only - courtesy F. Pantaleone