Well..., not actually. I´m here in Norway, working and right now looking out my window on the beautiful autumn-colors. But, two of my artworks are in Italy! EVVIVA! : )
Four days ago the digital art-exhibition "Prospective of Receptivity" opened at the Palazzo del Turismo in Riccione, north-east coast of Italy. Unfortunately I could´t be there my self on the Grand Opening or throughout the exhibition, but....that´s what we have internet for isn´t it?! :)
" PERSPECTIVE OF RECEPTIVITY " is the name of the exhibition sponsored by APS Prospects under the patronage of the City of Riccione, Endas of Emilia-Romagna and realized with the collaboration of GM digiemotion, housed on the first floor of the Palace of Tourism of Riccione , from 3 October until 18 October.
The idea of the exhibition comes from the desire to offer Art and Creativity in the growth of the city.
The exhibition, produced by GM digiemotion, consists of 50 digital panels of proposals and / or artistic inspirations and will be accompanied by a digital catalog of subsequent publication. In addition its contents are of international origin, found through the network and selected by Francesco Bernucci .
The exhibition will feature Marco Pesaresi, the Expert of the Art of Feng - Shui and Mauro Bertamè in acoustic climate generated by the music of Carlo Borsari. They debuted the digital installation of David Mattiucci and iron sculptures of Danilo Succi with the participation of international artists: Natalia Esanu, Duca David, Stefanos Folinas, Marina Gatto, Henriette Roka-Aardal, Hiroshi Kawazumi, Mancinelli Pierpaolo, Adamo Panessidi, Alessandra Beltrame, Roberto Sardo, Olimpia Pino, Cristina Pennacchi, Tatjana Sogorov, Nikola Rikanovic, Filippo Staniscia, Adele Arati, Donna Festa, Katarzyna Horawa, Cristina Ekman, Ekaterina Ermakova, Maria Emilov, Giovanna Carlotto, Gregoire A. Meyer, Suzan Hijab, Fabien Jakob, Genesio Pistidda, Michele Mautone, Mike Yusay and Gianmario Rossetti.
B E N V E N U T O - W E L C O M E - V E L K O M M E N - W I L L K O M M E N !