TUTTE! is an exhibition opening on March 3 the Open Box space in the MAGI’900 Museum in which ten women artists of different generations and the curator compare stories in a sort of “choir” of words and visions, in which each participant’s testimony introduces other stories, near or far away.
The exhibition is being held on to mark the occasion of March 8, underlining that International Women’s Day is not a day for celebrating, but a day of memory included in the calendar of our collective history to make sure we do not forget about the problems associated with being female. Every woman has her own special days at various different times of year, but March 8 is every woman’s day, representing a shared condition of ongoing exposure to conditioning and abuse. A state of things that is hard to change, specific to women everywhere, though with different degrees of intensity and in different contexts.