Martin Errichiello & Filippo Menichetti (IT)

In Fourth Person

19 February 2021 - 16 April 2021
Image: Filippo Menichetti and Martin Errichiello, from [In Fourth Person]. Courtesy the artists.

Image: Filippo Menichetti and Martin Errichiello, from In Fourth Person. Courtesy the artists.


19 February 2021 - 16 April 2021




Istituto Italiano Di Cultura [i]
233 Domain Rd, South Yarra
Mon – Thu, 10am – 1:30pm; 2:30pm – 6pm
Fri 10am – 1:30pm


Wheelchair access, Accessible Toilets, Accessible Parking

Italian artists Filippo Menichetti and Martin Errichiello present a research project about the ancient region of Calabria, a place where power and betrayal combine.

Since the 1960s, during the so-called ‘economic miracle’, Italy’s cultural and political powers instigated an extensive, radical process of transformation of the country’s regions and traditions, all in the name of a progress—installing new roads, industries, and a more homogenous national identity. An identity which had to be able to connect the most isolated areas of the country with one another.

Menichetti and Errichiello’s exhibition is a multimedia research project about Calabria’s transformation over the last 50 years, and the challenges that modernity imposed upon its language and aesthetics. Created along the A3 Salerno-Reggio Calabria highway, Menichetti and Errichiello investigate the iconography and untold truths of a region grappling with its identity.

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Founding Partners
  • Bowness Family Foundation
  • Naomi Milgrom Foundation
Major Government Partners
  • City of Melbourne Arts Grants Program
  • Creative Victoria
Major Partners
  • Maddocks

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