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This pandemic period has made it clear to everyone that online and offline experiences are now united.
It is no longer a question of leaving the virtual world to enter the physical one and vice versa, we live in a world where these two dimensions are now intertwined. And this has been evident in art already a long time.
Rossocinabro goes on the exhibition activity in the awareness of keeping the discourse open and draws attention to contemporary art by orienting its gaze on the present and the future. Attention to different languages, knowledge and exchange with others find concrete ways and privileged channels of realization precisely in artistic and expressive languages. Aspiring to start and promote, step by step, the search for a common reason, can in fact represent new opportunities for comparison and cultural growth. We are aware that setting up an art collection today means reflecting the changes in one's feelings, but a few months after the outbreak of the pandemic Rome was a candidate to return as the capital of the contemporary, and with the recent reopening it is now clear that the city is in turmoil. The sharp increase in the influx of data in the last year indicates that the interest in art in all its expressions is growing, that the weight of tradition, particularly strong in Rome, does not prevent even a heterogeneous public from approaching more difficult and less proven terrain of recent art.
The exhibition is a work in progress, the artworks will be joined by new ones during the summer.
This exhibition offers a great opportunity to invest in international art and is a showcase of the established artist and young talents. Visitors can expect a variety of paintings, drawings, photographic art, urban art, videos and sculptures in different styles.
Curators: Joe Hansen, Cristina Madini
Featured artists: Daniel Agra, Ekaterina Aristova, Brian Avadka Colez, Heike Baltruweit, Steve Bicknell, Marciana Biasiello, Yenny Carruyo, Dénes Csasznyl, Marie-Pierre de Gottrau, Onno Dröge, Tom Dugdale, Earnest, Torhild Frøydis Eid, Margarita Felis, Elena Gonzalez Muñoyerro, Hanna Maarit Jauhiainen, Michael Jiliak, Chikara Komura, Agnieszka Kopczyńska-Kardaś, Alexandra Kordas, Lize Krüger, Kristin Inbal, Constanza Laguna Roldán, Gudrun Latten, Angelika Lialios Freitag, Linda Liao, Fiona Livingstone, Marcia Lorente Howell, Judith Minks, Fanou Montel, Susan Nalaboff Brilliant, Cox Nathanael, Vera Nowottny, Ann Palmer, Sal Ponce Enrile, Erwin Rios, Belle Roth, Toril Sæterbakken, Olgu Sümengen Berker, Taka & Megu, Serina Tara, Stéphane Vereecken, Victoria V
The exhibition is accompanied by a page on the website www.rossocinabro.com, with in-depth analysis of the research of the selected artists and their works on display.
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