Nikos Moschos will be artist in residency of Fondazione Orestiadi, Gibellina Sicily, in June 2022. During his stay he will deduct a research on local histories in order to create a work for the collection of the Foundation . The collection of the museum includes works by significant artists such as Joseph Beuys, Giorgio De Chirico, Richard Long, Alberto Burri, Renato Guttuso, Markus Lüpertz, Mimmo Paladino and others ( ). During October his work will be part of a group show curated by Francesco Piazza at the Museo delle Trame Mediterranee.

The Orestiadi Foundation is a cultural center operating in the sector of the contemporary arts in Sicily, nationally and internationally. Established in February 1992, with it’s headquarters at the Baglio Di Stefano in Gibellina. Its aim is to collect, safeguard and enhance the heritage of works created in the city by artists and intellectuals from all over the world during its reconstruction in the wake of the 1968 Belice Valley earthquake. The Foundation organizes the Orestiadi di Gibellina, an annual theatre, music, and visual arts festival, alongside performing an ongoing, intensive promotional activity which concetrates chiefly on the arts of the arts of the Mediterranean region. In 1996, the Fondation instituded the Museo delle Trame Mediterranee, which in 2011 was deemed the best museum in Italy for cultural mediation by the International Council of Museums.