Tom Porta | FOCUS

JAPAN Blackdress, 2021, acrylic on canvas, 100×70 cm Tom Porta talks about elective affinity, the contemporary closeness and distance of those who are close emotionally but physically distant and Gaijin, who gives the title to the exhibition, is a word that in Japanese means foreigner, … Continua a leggere | Read moreTom Porta | FOCUS

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Ciro PALUMBO | FOCUS

IMPROBABLE, NOT IMPOSSIBLE It’s something that you often read in the texts written on him. Behind an artist like Ciro Palumbo there are the titans of Metaphysics (De Chirico brothers) and Surrealism (Magritte and then Dalì, and also Max Ernst). Yet the reaction we feel in … Continua a leggere | Read moreCiro PALUMBO | FOCUS

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Rudy PULCINELLI | FOCUS

In an era where speed and urge have made meanings volatile and have eliminated the importance of both thoughts and words, artists like Pulcinelli use Art to rethink and give the right measure to language and life. “RIFLETTERE” (“REFLECT”) The title chosen for the exhibition … Continua a leggere | Read moreRudy PULCINELLI | FOCUS

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CLAUDIA GIRAUDO | FOCUS

CLAUDIA GIRAUDO‘s figures have long been protagonists of the whole Contemporary Art panorama, to the point that their creator has become an internationally recognizable and appreciated signature. Giraudo is a unique artist who creates in her canvases surreal atmospheres, often playful, sometimes thoughtful, where magical and mysterious children … Continua a leggere | Read moreCLAUDIA GIRAUDO | FOCUS

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ART STAYS FESTIVAL 2021 | Kyoji Nagatani, Annalù, Johannes Nielsen

The Japanese master KYOJI NAGATANI, the Italian internationally renowned artist ANNALÙ and the Swedish sculptor JOHANNES NIELSEN known for his bronze sculptures, have been selected to take part in the prestigious Festival of Contemporary Art ART STAYS in Ptuj, Slovenia, from July 8 to September 18, 2021. ART STAYS is one the most important multidisciplinary Festival dedicated … Continua a leggere | Read moreART STAYS FESTIVAL 2021 | Kyoji Nagatani, Annalù, Johannes Nielsen

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