Since 1991, Fuori Uso has brought renowned national and international artists and curators to Pescara. From the absolutely Italian Achille Bonito Oliva, pillar of contemporary art criticism, to the Fine Arts academies from across Europe. Conceived by gallery owner Cesare Manzo, the exhibition was nomadic for its first few years, often hosted in abandoned factories. In 1995, Fuori Uso found a home for a few years in the splendid setting of the Aurum, the Liberty building that went from liquor distillery to Pescara’s recognized idea factory. Subsequently, Fuori Uso continued to move between disused buildings, the latest being the former Pescara courthouse in 2016. The festival gives colour to the Pescara summer, usually from late July to early September. As well as having fun, tourists are entertained by installations, videos, paintings and sculptures inspired by experimentation and multimedia. You can also watch as they are being created live.