“I love Italy!” How many times have we heard this sentence? Landscapes, good food, people's warmth, the beauty of monuments and art, which have characterized this nation for centuries, are just some of the things that make Italy one of the most popular destinations of tourists around the world! In a time when the “Bel Paese” is proven by an unfavorable economic context, wounded and kneeling by the frequency of natural disasters that in the eyes of the world continue to convey the image of a corrupt, fragile, disenchanted nation, the Spazioporpora Gallery of Milan proposes an event to celebrate Italy and creativity entitled "I Love Italy".
The exhibition will be inaugurated on Tuesday 7 November 2017 at 6.30 pm at Spazioporpora in Via Nicola Porpora 16 in Milan and it is proposed as an itinerant exhibition whose aim is to exend from Milan to other regions, touching several Italian cities, in order to promote emerging artists present in our territory and to implement a dialogue between Italian and foreign artists who in different stages will be able to confront, influence and activate any collaborations. The event by Francesca Callipari will see the participation of emerging artists of various genres, ranging from visual arts to fashion and poetry, aiming not only to highlight the beauties and riches of this country, demonstrating the potential and the the value of Made in Italy, but above all to reflect on the power of Art as a means of implementing a cultural, economic, and social revival.
In the exhibition there are works by Fabio Perotta, Luca Azzurro, Aurelia Marando, Cristiana Paladino, Silvana Lanza, Mina Mevoli, Alessandro Bestiani, Hanami, Giselle Treccarichi, Maria Rita Bordonaro and Gianluca Marando; the dresses of the painter and stylist Andreea Ioana Dorneanu and the refined jewels of Tommaso; Inside the collective there will also be presented the small personal exhibitions of the artists Majla Chindamo and Giampiero Murgia. The latter, in addition to exhibiting his paintings, will present for the first time to the public his book titled "The Personality of the Sketch" available at Feltrinelli libraries or available online on LaFeltrinelli.it.
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