『Beyond the line』
Many people visited the exhibition held in Milan in September.
We will be exhibiting at the next exhibition in Rome!
Nartwork appreciates your artistic qualities and is pleased to invite you to join our international contemporary art collective of painting, sculpture, graphics and poetry.
“Duality of the Whole”
It will take place from 20th to 26th January 2023 at the Medina Art Gallery near the Colosseum and Imperial Forums in Rome, Italy.
“Rome, the Eternal City of Fortune and Invincibility” These words were used by Tito Livio to describe the city. Rome, the capital of Italy and its capital, has always been a favorite destination for art lovers. The culmination of the Grand Tour and the capital of Christianity, it has been able to inspire intellectual beauty and artists of all ages.
Housed in a historic building just steps from the Colosseum and Imperial Forums, the Media Art Gallery combines ancient glory with modern design while retaining the original wall architecture such as barrels and cross vaults. exhibition space. Get a taste of the essence of white that makes the artwork on display the protagonist without the distractions.
Artists are given the extraordinary task of showing how form and non-form merge. Duality becomes a whole because the apparently opposite parts maintain the precarious equilibrium of the world that drives the dynamic development of history. The essential is hidden in form and is not alien to it. No more beautiful or ugly, right or wrong, worthy of expression and not worthy of expression. A new perspective on things is found thanks to the work of art. It is the hidden interrelationship of opposites that makes everything harmonious.
The exhibition will be held from 20th to 26th January 2023, at the following times: 10:00 – 13:00 | 15:00 – 19:00. Closed on Saturdays and Sundays (Gallery staff are , may be open on weekends by agreement with artists wishing to visit the exhibition on weekends)
The Orsola Benincasa University of Naples, sponsored by the Campania and Lazio regions, will take part in the event.
Scheduled for January 20th, the opening will feature an exhibition presentation and discussion of the exhibition’s themes, followed by a modest welcome buffet.
The promotion and communication of the event is very important and will be promoted on the website of Nartwork and the Art Medina Gallery, as well as on the institution’s own social his channels.
At the end of the exhibition, each artist will receive an official color catalog of n.3 and a certificate of participation in the event. Note that color catalogs are distributed in many international libraries and museums, including her J. Watson Library at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.
The catalog is enriched with critical contributions and short essays on the exhibition’s themes and includes full-page color photographs of the works.