A shared space, that of the Antares pavilion at the Venice Marghera Science and Technology Park which, thanks to the creative agency Vulcano Agency, was made available to ninety young painters of Atelier F, many of whom attend the Academy of Fine Art in Venice. This initiative was born in response to the condition of isolation experienced by the artists, who are themselves seen unable to work and express themselves through their art. Cured by Eleonora Savorelli READ MORE!
On the occasion of the third edition of the "Lunetta11" summer exhibition cycle, an ancient village in the Langhe that takes its name from its crescent shape, conceived by Eva and claudia Menzio, Francesco Pistoi and Claudia Zunino: in this edition, thanks to the huge participation of other art galleries including Cellar Contemporary, several artists had the opportunity to exhibit their works. Among these we can remember: Brian Belott, Solomostry and David Aaron Angeli. READ MORE!
The "metanatural" world of Angelo Maisto will be presented at the exhibition in Raw&Co which is located in Corso Magenta, Milan in collaboration with Cellar Contemporary, from 26-27 of June - the opening days - until July 2021
The title "Italian Newbrow" refers to an Anglo-Saxon neologism interposed between the terms lowbrow and highbrow, which stigmatize the opposition between a popular art and a cultured art, and wants to indicate the plurality of solicitations in which artists who work in an ever-changing global, technological and interconnected context in the "liquid" society theorized by Zygmunt Bauman. Among these artists there is also Laurina Paperina. READ HERE MORE!
Brian Belott, a fan of children's art, repeatedly came across Rhoda Kellogg's name in the course of his open search. Kellogg (1898-1987) was an early childhood scholar, educator, author, and activist who was in an almost continuous state of child art processing for six decades, primarily as a designer and director of Phoebe A. Belott's Curiosity eventually took him to a Connecticut warehouse that holds over two million children's drawings - the largest survey of scribbling and finger painting ever conducted. Curated by Jordan Stein e Lindsey White. READ MORE!
Tattooed female bodies that tell their own story through symbols. Disruptive e luxuriant nature that is unleashed from the depths of the interior, a nature that narrates the care, the rebirth, the constant and continuous inner struggle between the abysses of darkness and the desire to create. All this and much more is present in this interesting interview with Mrgherita Paoletti. READ MORE HERE!
An exhibition conceived for 'thematic islands' within which the artist's identity / otherness develops, his relationship with the reality of the experience in opposition and / or in dialogue with the articular objectivity of the computer universe. The recovery of this encounter can and must also take place through art, for the confirmation of a contact between man and the environment in which he lives and works, a physical, therapeutic contact capable of providing essential elements for the fruition of the work itself. Cured by Vera Monti. READ MORE!
Karlien De Villiers draws on the visual imagery of comics and illustration, which she uses to lightly convey committed messages. The works on display allude to the suspended sensation of floating, the artist's natural state, which is often found "sailing alone". READ MORE HERE!
Cellar Contemporary reopens to the public on Tuesday 11 May with "Floating Solo", the first solo exhibition in Italy by the South African artist Karlien De Villiers. Karlien De Villiers draws on the visual imagery of comics and illustration, which she uses to lightly convey committed messages. The works on display allude to the suspended sensation of floating, the artist's natural state, which is often found "sailing alone". READ MORE HERE!
For years she has established herself on the international scene thanks to her paintings animated by famous pop culture characters: Laurina Paperina opens the doors of her studio to the Dolomites, narrating the birth of her surreal works. READ MORE HERE!
by Davide Raffaelli