The artists of the Fate of Empires exhibition (Andrew Gilbert, Umar Rashid and the duo Jarmila Mitrikovà & Dàvid Demjanovič) seem to enjoy playing with the historical materials, subverting the assumptions.
In the double exhibition empires and colonial policies, wars, traditions and rituals are analyzed and reinterpreted by the three young artists.
Through the manipulation of wax, the artist's favorite material, David Aaron Angeli gives shape to his inspiration that explores the human archetypes related to life and death and to the mysterious force of Nature.
On April 28, the new restaurant "Osteria degli Artisti" in the city centre will be inaugurated at Via Disciplini 30, where art from Trentino and Roman dishes will merge.
The exhibition *The Fate of Empires*, visible from Thursday 4 April, is a result of African and Indian colonial battles, references to the Habsburgs and totalitarian regimes.
The works of the artists, exhibited between the Studio d'Arte Raffaelli and Cellar Contemporary, create a narrative rich of cultural references.
On Thursday 4 April, we inaugurated, together with the Studio d'Arte Raffaelli, the exhibition "The Fate of Empires" which is told by Exibart through an interview with Giordano Raffaelli, Davide Raffaelli and Camilla Nacci.
The eighth edition of the SetUp Contemporary Art Fair, held from 31 January to 3 February in Bologna has now ended.
Between the artworks and the objects which describe the project by the Architect Giacomo Totti for Helenio Barbetta shooting on the design magazine DCasa by La Repubblica, Cellar Contemporary and Studio d'Arte Raffaelli present the works by David Aaron Angeli, Donald Baechler and Philip Taaffe.
The show "Giardino di Funghi di Legno" by the young american artist Austin Eddy features works on paper and mixed media reliefs which represent his visionary approach to life trough the choice of shapes and colors.
by Davide Raffaelli