Marcè Lepidi Acquaviva, a visual artist originally from Corté, lives and creates in Zilia, a small village in the Balagne region.

His popular works mix cultural and traditional Corsican references with images of pop art. On the occasion of temporary exhibitions dedicated to intangible heritage, he creates an artistic installation for the outdoor gallery and evokes through three metal structures, the traditional Corsican gastronomy, which he associates with diverted logotypes or world famous images. His interpretation opens the question of the Corsican intangible cultural heritage to the international sphere.

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