What’s on today
At Palazzo De Piro, Bastion Street, Mdina, Pjazza. Maltese photographer Oliver Gatt, celebrates the evolution of Malta’s fine squares, all different with their own unique charm; and Counting Prayers, an exhibition of rare rosary beads and Archconfraternity articles dedicated to Our Lady of the Rosary and other related liturgical works of art.
At St James Cavalier, Valletta, Divergent Thinkers. Curated by artist Raphael Vella, the exhibition presents contemporary artistic practices by seven young Maltese artists that explore divergent thinking, which is generally defined as a creative process through which one investigates various possible solutions to a problem. The works are in different media: from drawing in graphite and digital media to installation, sculpture, photography and video.
At the National Museum of Archaeology, Republic Street, Valletta, Ovid’s Metamorphoses. An exhibition of prints illustrating 36 of Ovid’s myths by the German artist, Monika Beisner, organised by the University’s Evenings On Campus in collaboration with the Malta Classics Association and Heritage Malta.
At The Italian Cultural Institute, St George’s Square, Valletta, Monogramma & Monogramma. A collective exhibition focusing on experimentation, multimedia and consistency of materials. The exhibited works range from the intense hues of the contemporary world (Ferretti De Virgilis, Frusciante, Lena) to the personal fruition of the materials and matter which surround us (Donato, Baldari, Capone), to the abstraction of the subject/object (Amorese).
At the Inquisitor’s Palace in Vittoriosa, In The Wake Of Caravaggio. An exhibition featuring Tamás Cserna, a contemporary painter from Hungary, whose latest paintings are reputed to be inspired by the works of Caravaggio.