The exhibition "Culinarialism" specifically focuses on class dynamics of food while poignantly acknowledging the DC area’s problematic history as an epicenter of inhumane international trade practices.
Rhoda Kellogg when analyzing children's art defines it with one word: "fusion" as "a scribble that takes the form of a sketch and then produces another sketch without leaving a trace of the tool used". Braina Belott deeply inspired by this thought, in her paintings tries to merge, rework, recycle different types of styles in a multitude of forms.
An exclusive and pleasant interview with Solomostry who tells us a little about his beginnings and his idea of "art". READ MORE HERE!
Artist Angelo Maisto takes part in "Fragile bellezza" to develop the idea of jewlery as a talisman, amulet and lucky charm with salvific and apotropaic values.
Works by Bruno Fantelli and Denis Riva, David Aaron Angeli and Donald Baechler live in the new Liberty apartment in Vicenza
Easy-Peasy - explains Giorgio Chinea Canale - is a way of saying that comes from youth slang. It means “Easy Easy”, “Simple”, “Go easy!”. It is a title that goes well with the artist's themes, an impactful, fresh, fast and captivating title, perfectly in line with post-pandemic needs.
The artistic experience as a mean for well-being. During the World Wellness Weekend in Val di Fiemme - an international event that celebrates feeling good in over 120 countries around the world from Semptember 17th to Semptember 19th- there was no lack of opportunities for in-depth study and contact with art.
The artist Angelo Maisto illustrates the covers of Matilde Serao book "L'anima dei fiori", now launched at the Procida Book Fair.
High mountains as a refuge of creativity and freedom, borders as an element of union and dialogue. It is in these places that since Saturday 21 August works of art in the form of flags have found space, hoisted high on the flagpoles of as many shelters, to send a strong signal for the future
"Giornale sentire" tells us all about David Aaron Angeli's work with beeswax and his sculptures.
by Davide Raffaelli