How to Start

As you want. You are absolutely free to set up your exhibition as a curator.
We only give you options or suggestions, but the choices are part of the exhibition project itself, and you can combine different media like in reality. We suggest using a single expression’s medium or mixing it in an understandable way to those who will observe them: photography, video, animation, graphics, interactive program, texts, drawings, sound/noise, others ...

Think about how you can make a small home exposition and we will take care of sharing it with the world. With five simple steps, transform your home dimension into a small exhibition to share with others, just because we cannot do without culture and its aesthetics!

  1. Choose a theme from our Exhibition Themes;

  2. Choose the elements that you wish to exhibit;

  3. Decide how to set up your exhibition: space, the sequence and the scenario;

  4. Present and resume your ideas; 

  5. Explain to us your concept and send us your home exhibition in any format that you want (pictures, audios, videos, etc.).


You have 15 days to produce your curatorial experiment.


What "abbi cura di te" needs to Exhibit Your Exhibition

Let's shake on it!

Where to deliver your exhibition


If you accept our invitation, let us know in our Contact page or email us, then we will send you a link of a folder with your name in a shared Google-drive folder. You can either work directly there in absolute privacy. or upload your final materials after you have finished.

Among the materials to be uploaded, it is essential that you can indicate one or more square images for publication on Instagram @abbicuradite_2020. If you intend to send us a text as the main project you can send us an image that evokes it in your mind, or a short sentence that represents it, while if you intend to present a work in video format, choose a frame that we can publish instead of the photo.

©Abbi cura di te by M’dA Design Agency & Superficial Studio, 2020 - Cultural Non-Profit Project

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