Exhibition Modern Transitions – 31st October to 5 November 2020 Venice

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Exhibition  Modern Transitions – 31st October to 5 November 2020 Venice

On Saturday 31st October at 5 pm at Centro San Vidal, in Campo San Zaccaria, Venice the online presentation of group’s exhibition “Modern Transitions” by Nartwork a.p.s.

The collective “Modern Transitions” investigates new cultural, literary and artistic conceptions and productions through the selection of works by contemporary national and international artists.A broad cross-section of the new contemporary expressive forms that enhance the originality and creativity of artists ready to explore untrodden paths in search of a new dialectic of art. A moment of breaking the approximate existing balance necessary to arrive at the creation of a new balance.

The exhibition welcomes 27 artists from 11 different countries.

The exhibition has the Patronage of Madre Museum, Regione Campania and Regione Veneto, Suor Orsola Benicasa University and Fondazione Valenzi.

The show runed from 31st October to 5 November 2020.

The vernissage was online on facebook.

During the online presentation Cristiana Cordoba and Gianpasquale Greco speaked regarding the theme of the exhibition.

Artists on display :

Marko Alabaster (United Kingdom), Brigitte Toffano Ali (France), Laura Bruno (Italy), Ekaterina Bureva (Israel), Caterina Caldora (Italy), Chiara Cinquemani (Italy), Alina Ciuciu (Italy), Paul Delannée (France), Raimund Denscherz (Austria), donPaco (Spain), Eivor Ewalds (Finland), Giulio Fantone (Italy), Marita Fernandez Barragan (Argentine), Mario Fior (Italy), Mario Formica (Italy), Waltraud Gemein (Germany), Monika Hartl (Austria), Margit Kainrath (Austria), Rada Koleva-Genova (Italy), Erich Kovar (Austria), Michel Marant (France), Errico Mellone (Italy), Mahdi Naas (Algeria), Attila Olasz (Hungary), Salvatore Procida (Italy), Ariane Schuchardt (Germany), Brigitte Petra Sporer (Germany), Peter Woodburn (United Kingdom).

Art curator: Rossella Bellan, Giulia Mazzilli, Antonietta Panico  

Graphic designer: Antonio Imparato  

Critical essays: Cristiana Cordova, Gianpasquale Greco

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