Where is your humanity?
44AD’s Open Summer Show: Eighthwonder 2016
curated by Laura Keenan
Private View: 08 August 2016 (6pm - 8pm)
Exhibition runs: 04 - 14 Aug 2016 Open: 12pm - 6pm (Sun 1pm - 4pm)
In this exhibition we want to show what best represents humanity. How do we show we are human beings with the ability to think, feel, communicate, express, live?
What makes us human beings? What is our real value to the world? Who are we to the other? What makes us realize and appreciate our own humanity?
This exhibition does not aim to answer the question: 'Where is your humanity?', since for each of us the answer is different. But we want to pose the question with visitors about themselves.
44AD artspace 4 Abbey Street Bath BA1 1NN UK
Exhibition ‘Fragmented identities’ part of BORDERS 2016, the International Art and Architecture Festival.
BORDERS festival, curated by Arch. Luca Curci and Andrea Chinellato,
4th of August till 29 of September 2016
At the Palazzo Ca’ Zanardi and Venice Art House Gallery, Venice.
Calle Zanardi Cannaregio, 4132, 30121 Venezia, Italy
Openings August 04, 2016 starting from 06:00 PM (free entry).
FRAGMENTED IDENTITIES – Human identities are both separated and related one to another into a big mosaic that complete the existence and the world culture. All the identities can be considered as fragmented pieces of human being, ready to be unique and shareable in a universe with physical limits. In art people are mixed together in amelting pot of sensation and fluctuating emotions. The challenge is to see all those fragmented identities, recognize and use them to see things through many different points of view and imagination in order to broke all barriers and boundaries of every day’s life and to create the relationship between man and space, including man-built and natural spaces. There is not a unique perspective on our unconscious beings and identities, showing how things are rarely whole or perfect
19 july - 30 july 2016 at Chie Art Gallery Gallery located in Viale Premuda 27, Milan
MOSTRE , MILANO, 19 LUGLIO 2016
Il rapporto tra ordine e disordine, la trama del dipinto o in generale dell’opera, come matrice generatrice.
Disordine, in relazione all’origine del dipinto, come trama o linee da cui esso parte, in generale il rapporto tra ordine e disordine che trova equilibrio nell’opera.
In questa mostra si vuole evidenziare il prevalere del disordine nelle opere di alcuni artisti,
che denota insoddisfazione, volontà di denuncia verso qualcosa di ingiusto, che sconvolge la visione ordinaria delle cose, e induce a pensare.
La quotidianità, il ripetersi di azioni sempre uguali, il muoversi in contesti inadeguati al benessere, genera alienazione e insoddisfazione nell’uomo.
Anche un modo disordinato di vivere, al di fuori delle convenzioni, genera un disordine fastidioso, che può essere anche positivamente preso, se ci si sofferma a riflettere sul significato,
come una forma di protesta, di reazione, al fine di poter cambiare qualcosa e vivere in un mondo migliore.
#32 ANNUAL OPEN
32ND YEAR, THE CGP LONDON OPEN EXHIBITION REMAINS ONE OF THE UK’S ONLY TRULY OPEN EXHIBITIONS.
FRIDAY 8 JULY 2016 // 18:30 – 20:30
SATURDAY 9 JULY – SUNDAY 24 JULY 2016
(OPEN WEDNESDAY – SUNDAY 11.00 – 17.00)
CGP LONDON // GALLERY BY THE POOL, 1 PARK APPROACH, SOUTHWARK PARK, LONDON SE16 2UA
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