Veronica Bassani was born in Faenza and trained between her hometown Bologna, Milan, Rome and Ravenna. She is the artistic director of “Sorelle festival”, president of the cultural association “Fatti d’Arte” and curator. She deals with theatre, art and cultural events in Faenza, Bologna and Milan.Read more →
Katy Castellucci’s name rings out loud in Who’s Next? and 20th century Italian art. In fact, she was one of the most significant artists of that heterogeneous group of painters active in Rome between the 20s and 40s of the 900s century that goes by the name of Scuola Romana. Painter, portraitist and weaver, she best represented this unconventional artistic current thanks to an extreme sensitivity and a multifaceted and original visual taste. Her shy and restless character is hidden behind the enchantment of her works, which greatly influenced the Italian art of that time.Read more →
What is photography if not the ability to tell reality, interpreting what appears before our eyes through countless experiential dimensions, transforming a subjective gaze into a unique vision, revealing a secret aspect that will continue to remain so emotional? This is what it feels when we approach the works of Nicola Bertellotti, a Tuscan artist, who has transposed this conceptual methodology of the photographic medium to the places explored during his travels.Read more →
Artist, calligrapher and graphic designer, Chen Li has made word as the fulcrum of her artistic research. Letters, signs and colors give shape to a complex imagination in which poetry, reflection and creativity meet. In a society where image seems to have greater importance than content and handwriting replaced by digital, Chen Li protects its visual essence and extraordinary beauty through her works.
This time we focus our attention on what was considered the “first post-war artist-scientist” and “the last of the millennium”. We are talking about Fernando Melani from Pistoia, whose creative dimension was inspired by reflections on matter and atom, and then approached, even anticipating, the influences of Arte Povera, Conceptual Art and Minimal Art.