FUTURARTE 2018’. ARTISTI VISIONARI PER L’ARTE E IL MONDO DI DOMANI – MUSEO MIIT – 10-30 MAGGIO 2018
FUTURARTE 2018”. VISIONARY ARTISTS FOR THE ART AND WORLD OF TOMORROW – MUSEO MIIT – 10-30 MAY 2018
ON THE OCCASION OF AND AT THE SAME TIME AS THE 31ST INTERNATIONAL TURIN BOOK FAIR ENTITLED “ONE DAY ALL THIS…”
FUTUR ART’ VISIONARY ARTISTS FOR THE ART AND WORLD OF TOMORROW
The exhibition “FUTURARTE 2018. VISIONARY ARTISTS FOR ART AND THE WORLD OFOMANS”, scheduled from 10 to 30 May 2018 at the MIIT Museum in Turin.
The exhibition presents a selection of works and artists who, with their message, their style, the subjects represented, or through research and experimentation know how to interpret art in an innovative, original, visionary, thanks to experimentation, research, expressive talent.
On display are about seventy works by authors from Italy, Switzerland, Germany, Denmark, Mexico, Argentina and the United States.
The inauguration was attended by critics and journalists, university professors, former managers of Italian artistic and cultural institutions, such as the Opificio delle Pietre Dure in Florence and the Egyptian Museum in Turin.
For the occasion that celebrated the vernissage of the exhibition and the opening of the International Book Fair in Turin, during the inauguration were also presented the volumes ‘Cambiamente’ (Itaca Edizioni) and ‘Ritratti d’autore’ (Athena Edizioni) by the writer and psychotherapist Alessandra Lancellotti and ‘L’arte in cucina’ (Editoriale Giorgio Mondadori).
All the works aroused the admiration of the public, who congratulated the artists, some of whom attended the opening event.
Images of the setting up and the inauguration are available on the websites www.italia-arte.it and www.museomiit.italcune and can be freely downloaded, followed by others in the next few days.
MIIT Museum – Corso Cairoli 4 – Turin
From 10 to 30 MAY 2018
Hours: Tuesday to Saturday 15.30-19.30; Saturday-Sunday by appointment for guided tours, groups, school groups
THE IDEA OF THE EXHIBITION: On the occasion of the 31st International Book Fair of Turin, which will take place from 10 to 14 May 2018 at the Lingotto Fiere in Turin and which will have as its theme and title “A day all this …”, the MIIT Museum, the international magazine “Italia Arte” and the Folco Gallery, in collaboration with museums, foundations and public and private institutions, present the exhibition “FUTUR ARTE: VISIONARY ARTISTS FOR ART AND THE WORLD OF DOMANS”, scheduled from 10 to 30 May 2018 at the MIIT MUSEUM in TURIN, to fully share the spirit and involvement of the public and the thousands of visitors expected.
More than 150,000 visitors and tourists are expected in the city during the International Book Fair of Turin, transforming Turin into a laboratory of art and ideas in the open air, with all the main cultural institutions active in the promotion of art and culture.
The exhibition aims to present a selection of works and artists who, with their message, their style, their subjects, or through research and experimentation can imagine and propose what will be the art, society, the world of the future. A look at man and the world that sets no boundaries and barriers to the interpretation of artists, who can propose figurative works, abstract, informal, photographic, sculptural, or video and installations to tell their personal vision of art, but also of man, his feelings, his fears, his aspirations and hopes … in short, of society and the world of today and the future. An interpretation, therefore, of time and space, physical, mental, artistic and cultural, of what art can tell us today about its near future.
The theme is therefore very broad and free in its expressiveness, which can tell the idea and feeling of artists who, with their message, their style, the subjects represented, or through research and experimentation offer new interpretations of the world and art, reality, society. The exhibition aims to highlight artists who know how to look far, who love to challenge themselves and the world through courageous projects, based on an authentic knowledge of the trade, but also on the literary, artistic and philosophical heritage that constitutes our cultural identity and that of the Other, understood as a human and social universe to know, welcome, pass on. The artists who will interpret these suggestions will therefore be those who stand out for their profession, but also for their ability to innovate, the originality of their operating methods, their popular and communicative knowledge: painters, sculptors, photographers, creatives, designers, visionaries who know how to translate into contemporary and innovative language the stimuli of the present and the future, overcoming the barriers of the movements of the soul, the spirit, the heart and the mind.
“FUTUR ARTE” is an international exhibition of modern and contemporary visual arts organized by Galleria Folco in collaboration with the monthly magazine “Italia Arte – Il meglio della cultura e del Made in Italy” and by the MIIT Museo Internazionale Italia Arte, in collaboration with leading institutions and public and private galleries. The magazine “Italia Arte” is distributed in Italy and abroad at Museums, Foundations, Galleries, Academies, Universities, Embassies, Consulates and Italian Institutes of Culture in the world, public and private bodies, public and private companies, national and international political and artistic institutions, national and international trade fairs.
ARTISTS OF ‘FUTURARTE’
Antonio Acuc, Alessiacom Angela Esposito, Franca Balla, Federica Bertino, Lorenzo Bruschini, Paola Caenazzo, Anna Maria Calamandrei Santi, Mirella Caruso, Silvana Cesario, Stefano Ciarrocchi, Paola De Gregorio, Michele Di Leo, Tania Donati, Giuseppe Falco, Carolina Ferrara, Enzo Forgione, Enrico Fraschetti, Jessica Gabbai Poliakoff, Diamante Galasso, Vito Garofalo, Leo Giampaolo, Gian Genta, Luca Givan, Andrera Grosso, Irina Inozemtsval.Lopes, Angela Keller, Alessandra Lancellotti (writer-psychotherapist, life-coach), Federico Marchetti, Manuella Muerner Marioni, Barbara Pecorari, Gabriella Pitarresi, Paolo Remondini, Maria Elena Ritorto, Adriano Sambri, Serenella Sossi, Pamela Spaggiari, Josefina Temin, Mirella Ventura, Sabrina Veronese, Ivana Vio, Cinzia Viola.
2018 has been declared by the EU “European Year of Cultural Heritage” (EU Decision 2017/864). In Rome, at the Spadolini Hall of MiBACT in Via del Collegio Romano 27, the Minister of Cultural Heritage and Activities and Tourism, Mr. Dario Franceschini, launched the European Year in Italy, presenting its key events. The Head of the Representation of the European Commission in Italy, Dr Beatrice Covassi, the European Parliamentary On. Silvia Costa, the European Coordinator of the Year, Dr Catherine Magnant, attended the event.
WITH THE COLLABORATION AND FREE PATRONAGE OF:
Cultural Association Galleria Folco – MIIT Museum – Turin – Museum of Memory – Lipari – Ugo Guidi Museum – Forte dei Marmi – Friends of Ugo Guidi Museum – Forte dei Marmi – Pinacoteca Palazzo delle Arti Beltrani – Trani – Zhou Brothers Art Center Foundation – Chicago – ICAS – New York – 33Contemporary Gallery – Chicago – AmArt Gallery – Brussels – MACA Museum – Acre
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Corso Cairoli 4 – Turin
From May 10 to 30, 2018. Opening: Thursday, May 10, 2018 from 18.00
Opening hours: Tuesday to Saturday 15.30-19.30; Sunday and Monday by appointment for guided tours, groups, school groups. Info: 011.8129776