The venues of the festival

PAN | Palazzo delle Arti Napoli
Via dei Mille , 60 – Napoli

The Pan is an exhibition space within which the fruition opportunities diversify into a plurality of functions, offering services and tools for meeting the arts and contemporary language, and with a series of initiatives that are divided into three floors of action and proposal:
the exploration of the contemporary artistic production through exhibitions and exhibition events; the development of research projects, collection and treatment of documents and archives of the contemporary;

FOQUS – Fondazione Quartieri Spagnoli
Via Portacarrese a Montecalvario, 69 – Napoli

The Art Court of the Foqus Foundation inside the elegant sixteenth-century cloister is not only a space, but a cultural concept that provides for the simultaneous presence of the various forms of art with Galleria d’Arte Contemporanea Portacarrese with a permanent collection of works donated by major contemporary artists such as (Michelangelo Pistoletto, Mimmo Paladino, Umberto Manzo, Ernesto Tatafiore, Josè Molina, Blue&Joy, Guerrilla Spam, Daniele Sigalot, Luisa Menazzi Moretti) and temporary exhibitions, the first public library of the Spanish Quarters, the Italo Calvino Library, that collects and makes available for consultation Italian and Spanish books, fiction and non-fiction, art, for adults, children and teenagers. There is, among other things, a bar with an adjoining restaurant and wood oven.

And the cinema, that is a cinema permanently equipped with the latest generation systems such as the NC1201L Digital Cinema Projector (DCP) based on the latest laser light source technology that provides a brighter visual experience with sharp colors and exceptional image quality.

Chiesa di S.Maria della Misericordia (La Misericordiella)
Via Fuori Porta San Gennaro , 15 – Napoli

The church is part of an ancient complex, the former hospital of the Archconfraternity of Santa Maria della Misericordia, which stands right at the entrance to the Borgo dei Vergini.

Probably a fourteenth-century foundation, over the centuries it has been rebuilt and enlarged several times until the eighteenth-century intervention, with the refined vaccarian stuccoes that characterize the upper nave and the hypogean rooms, dedicated to the function of “Holy Land”. The SMMAVE association is carrying out with its voluntary work the recovery and enhancement of the Misericordia, long abandoned to degradation, so that this asset of remarkable historical, artistic and architectural interest can be fully used and become a center for research, the didactics and artistic production.