100th anniversary of surrealism: event in Naples on 26 June

It’s been 100 years (1924-2024) since André Breton presented his first manifesto in France Surrealism sanctioning the official birth.

ICRA Project/Academy of Mimodrama (the only institution of its kind in Italy) in agreement with the Consulate of France in Naples the anniversary will be celebrated June 26th at 6.30 pm at the Dumas Hall at theFrench Institute Grenoble in via F.Crispi in Naples.

The evening will be launched by the greeting of the French consul in Naples and director of the Grenoble Institute, Dr Lise Moutoumalaya; immediately after there will be the Lectio magistralis of the playwright and philosopher Gianni Garrera on Dream and creativity; the open class entitled will also follow Dynamo rhythms! with figures, actions, exercises and techniques Mime Corporel edited by Michele Monetta, who will guide 35 student actors; combined and woven into the dense mime-gestural actions there will be stage readings, monologues, music and French songs from A. Artaud, R. Queneau, G. Auric, E. Satie in the interpretation of Lina Salvatore and the Maestro Lorenzo Marino on the guitar.

Among the many dynamic movements of the historical avant-gardes of the early twentieth century, Surrealism – starting from the bases relating to psychiatry in the theories of Sigmud Freud – had a long life spanning much of the 20th century in the figurative arts and then in various artistic languages ​​such as cinema, music, theatre, poetry. Regarding the theatre, the development and birth of Corporeal Mime in France by artists such as Etienne Decroux And J. Louis Barrault it will be strongly linked to the surrealist experience in themes and forms.

Free entry while places last.

Info and reservations: French institute Grenoble

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