The international digital group exhibition Limitless, opened June 12th 2020, presents the works of the 16 selected artists of the call, which was open from May 13th to May 31st.
The call “Limitless” received more than 200 applications from all over the world, presenting different art forms, from poetry to performing art.
Limitless challenged artists to overcome, through art, the limits imposed by Covid-19.Using the web, Nartwork gave voice to the artists and their works, posting on its social media channels all the submitted applications.
The Nartwork Association’s committee selected 16 works that best represented the concept of the call and for taking part in on-line exhibition.
The selected artists are:
Ruchi Anadkat (India)
Hanna Dujmovic (Bosnia ed Erzegovina)
Arianna Ellero (Italia)
Paco Falco (Italia)
Giovanni Garrone (Italia)
Barbora Sharuzen Gazurova (Slovacchia)
Sarah Guarino (Italia)
Peter Mammes (Sud Africa)
Marco Randazzo (Italia)
Shefali Ranthe (Danimarca)
Gennaro Regina (Italia)
Fabio Rocca (Italia)
Lucia Serra (Italia)
Varsha Sureka (Emirati Arabi Uniti)
Peter Woodburn (Regno Unito)
Alejandro Zamavi (Messico)
I thank the ass.ne Nartwork for this important initiative at the Maschio Angioino – Castel Nuovo. We must be present as institutions on the territories, promoting the talent and creativity of young people. Naples is the city of art and culture and from here we have to start again for the development of the South.
Promoting and enhancing young talented artists is the “mission” of this initiative, thanks to the unveiling of their creative potential on a theme, not easy, specified by the interpretation of change, understood as a possible renewal movement for the future of the environment and man. With this exhibition we can almost grasp the concrete vitality of coming together to deal with art, to seriously question ourselves and to better confront ourselves.
President of Fondazione Valenzi
With their association and the opening of this exhibition the young women from Nartwork are breaking down two common thoughts.The first is the opinion which diminish young men and women,as unable to take initiative and be independent from their families. But here we see them proudly joining their forces and put them at work for art,that one that,as italians and neapolitans they have “sniffed” as children and now they want to deeply breath in,especially contemporary art. The second common thought is that you cannot make a living from culture.The truth is that is quite far from reality auctions and fairs are examples of how art can be profitable.Our ladies here have learnt how to manage and channel economical resources to create opportunity for themselves and the artists.Those managerial skill together with their love for beauty will take them far,and will open bigger and bigger opportunities for artists.
Naples is increasingly confirmed as a city of art. We were at the exhibition “Metamorphosis Creative” and we discovered Nartwork, a beautiful reality, an association born from the passion for the art of three young Neapolitan girls: Rossella Bellan, Giulia Mazzilli and Antonietta Panico.
It was a great feeling to be invited to the beautiful city where I had been before (Naples). The historic building in the picturesque bay is history itself. As a creator, it is a great honor to present my work here. Thanks for the great organization and the beautifully designed catalog!
Yours sincerely, Attila
Dearest Nartwork Ladies,
Great thanks for sending back picture and:
as a big surprise: THE WONDERFUL CATALOGUE!!
It shows a great variety of artistic abilities of high level and most impressing artworks, leading directly into the marvellous world of art.
I am proud of this artistic collaboration that will produce, I am sure, excellent results, spronondomi in my path. I feel I can and still have to express a lot.