Exhibition of artists from Italy and Far East
Villa De Santis Via Casilina corner Via Gordiani, Rome, Italy
On 10/6/’06 at 6 pm will opened Villa De Santis with the exhibition “Asian overview Rome 2009” patronized by the City Hall of Rome Municipio 6 ,
China: Liu Yang, Liu Wei, Wang Tiewei, South Korea: Shin-Hye Park, Japan: Hiroshi Matsumoto, India: Sangeeta Singh, Indonesia:Setyo Mardiyantoro, Anthonius Kho, Italia: Bruno Bruno, Giudo Della Giovanna, Mario D’Imperio, Teresa Mangiacapra, Clara Menerella, Vincenzo Montella, Armando Profumi, Nuccia Pulpo, Marco Sodaro, Malaysia : Yeoh Kean Thai, Jinleng Yeoh,
It will be possible to visit the exhibition:
Monday to Friday:
From 9,30 am to 1,30 pm and from 4pm to 7,30 pm
On Saturday and Sunday it will close on 9 pm.
The network of relationships built on-line is probably the subject of this exhibition. The wonder discovering that is possible to build a community overcoming differences in age, geographic collocation and cultural habits using virtual contacts and transforming them into an artistic event. In this exhibition there is an Indonesian artist immigrated in Italy, Setyo Mardiyantoro, and an Italian artist who emigrated to Japan, Marco Sodaro. Two experiences of life both rare and they express with different techniques, painting and photography, the same sense of disorientation to the environment. The oldest artist is Jinleng Yeoh, internationally recognized artist since the 50s, whose works are in the National Gallery of Kuala Lumpur as in other prestigious institutions, while the youngest is Liu Yang sophisticated digital artist and already teacher of this subject at the Academy of Fine Arts of Sichuan. Research on the femininity link her to Sangeeta Singh but also to Guido of Giovanna. Anthropological and political issues characterize the artworks by Wang Tiewei and Yeaoh Kean Thai as well as those by Clara Menerella and Nuccia Pulpo Travel stories those by Vincenzo Montella and Teresa Mangiacapra while have the same delicate style, even if expressed with different techniques,the landscapes by Shin Hie Park and Liu Wei. The surreal figurative artworks by Bruno Bruno, Mario D'Imperio and Antonius Kho seems the prelude to the complete abstraction of Hiroshi Matsumoto and Armando Profumi. A various collection that shows contact points between the different artists and also significant differences but expresses however the pleasure to discover and recognize each other escaping through this comparison from the social, political influences and the cultural environment of their background. It isn’t casual if the Municipalita’6 of Rome hosts for the second year this show. This is a territory already multi-ethnic and fully in tune with this kind of experiences.
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