martedì 8 luglio 2014

Rome: from the "Dolce Vita" to "The Great Beauty". The International Exhibition of Mail Art Island Cinema

"The mail art (mail art) is a form of art which uses the postal service as a means and creates a feedback between sender and receiver: it responds in an artistic way to an artistic forwarding - without this feed-back there is no  art postal. It is one of the oldest art movements in history and has evolved from the 50s to the 90s starting with the work of Ray Johnson, which encoded it in 1962, in turn, influenced by previous groups ."(Wikipedia. Free encyclopedia).

After the success of the International Exhibition of Mail Art on the Italian Risorgimento for  the 150th Anniversary of the Unification of Italy and the set up on the occasion of the year Constantinian (organized in collaboration with the GALLERIA VITTORIA), this year, IL TEMPO LA STORIA, in collaboration with ARTEA, has launched a new call for mail artist: "Rome: from" La Dolce Vita "to" The Great Beauty ".More than sixty artists from all over the world have responded by sending in their works which will be exhibited its world premiere on 21 July in the beautiful setting of the Isola Tiberina. The exhibition will be staged as part of the twentieth edition of the Isola del Cinema, an event in the schedule of the Estate Romana 2014. The exhibition is organized in collaboration with Majora film, Isola Mondo and Mamma Roma and its neighborhoods.

Here is the official list of participants:
From Italy:
Antonio Amato, Gabriele Anniballi, Lavinia Arcesi, Tiziana Baracchi, Ieva Sara Breikša, Mariangela Calabrese, Lamberto Caravita, Lorella Castagnini, Bruno Chiarlone, Marianna Di Felice, Mario Di Giulio, Fausto Leonio, Ruggero Maggi, Ale Martoz, Cinzia Mastropaolo, Emilio Morandi, Silvano Pertone, Ivana Petullà, Eugenio Ratta’, Rossella Ricci, Emmi Rothner, Roberto Scala, Giovanni Strada, Renata Strada, Giuseppe Luca Torraco, Rosanna Veronesi.   
From Europe:
Lora Azza (France), Marijah Bac Cam (France), Marija Barkidija (Croatia), Sara Lucia Carbonara (United Kingdom),  Ann Conlon (Ireland), Dominic Corrigan (Ireland), João Castela Cravo (Portugal), Pál Csaba (Hungary), Juan Lopez de Ael (Espana), Pedro Demetriou (England), Dimov Dimitar (France), Deirdre Houston (Ireland),Luc Fierens (Belgium), Kevin Gillen (United Kingdom), Jörg Laue (Germany), Jovana Mitić (Srbija), Katerina Nikoltsou (Greece), Marie Padden (Ireland), Klaus Pinter (Austria), Kadie Schmidt-Hackenberg (Germany), Lars Schumacher (Germany), Susanne Schumacher (Germany), Sander Steins (France), Jaromir Svozilik (Norway). 
From the World….
Joel S. Cohen (Usa), Kimmer Guccione (Usa), Jonathan Johnson (Usa), Imaginé par B. (Brazil),  Alexander Limarev (Russia), Rebecca Lomuto (Usa), Dórian Ribas Marinho (Brazil), Maya López Muro (Argentina), Keiichi Nakamura (Japan), Charles Papillo (Usa),  Planer (Russia), Sheri Rice (Usa), Willyum Rowe (Usa), Nikki Sclair (Usa).
The exhibition will be on display July 23 at the new exhibition space dell'ARTEA CREATIVITY LAB Via Carlo Pisacane, 55 (Monteverde Vecchio) where you can also visit them for free, even the permanent exhibition of Ugo Ferrero. 

Many initiatives are related to the project and will be transmitted on all our social profiles and on this website. In the meantime, we are waiting in the shade of the Isola Tiberina on July 21. 

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