Cellar Contemporary inaugurates the Spring season with "Segnali" by Federico Lanaro. The artists tries to take every-daily signs and to put them in his artistical dimension.
Corriere del Trentino reports the opening of "Segnali" at Cellar Contemporary on 20th April 2018. The main themes of Federico Lanaro's show are shapes and colours like a sign of imminent change.
"Segnali" is the result of an artistic phase full of inputs collected by Federico Lanaro during his trips, meetings and other experiences lived in these years. The result is a unique show composed by canvas, a sculpture and drawings on paper.
Juliet Art Magazine highlights the new solo show by Federico Lanaro, "Segnali", opened at Cellar Contemporary on April 20th and on show until the end of July 2018. READ THE ARTICLE
The young architect Giacomo Totti mixes in his house important contemporary artworks with the sculptures of our represented artists Joe Grillo and David Aaron Angeli.
Who is Bäst? Who is this artist without a face, without a name and, apparently, without an identity? READ THE ARTICLE Valeria Furlan
Bäst: is a word that appears for more than 15 years through Brooklin's streets, behind which, as Michael Toomral writes in the catalog, there is an heir of posting and overlapping practices, that take to the re-inscription of the identity of the work-place, conceals itself.
We only know that he is American, that uses the pseudonym of Bäst and that, with his artworks, he brought for the first time in Trento the most authentic spirit of Brooklyn.
Today the practice of cultural nomadism, as well as the "deterritorialisation" (to put it with Gilles Deleuze's words), namely the wandering of tastes, traditions, of ideas themselves, informs most of contemporary art.
It begins today as on the clock as December, franz's "Adventskalender", that this year is very "More than Santa and Klaus".
by Davide Raffaelli