The rooms of art. Artistic creation in the younger generations
Spazio Officina will host a group exhibition featuring four young artists from Italian-speaking Switzerland who have a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) from the Brera Academy of Fine Arts, ECAL - Ecole cantonal d'art in Lausanne or SUPSI - the University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Southern Switzerland.
The concept of the art room or artist's room indicates not only a physical space but also an ideal place, a space of interiority and artistic expression. Each artist will have 20 square metres of quadrangular exhibition space at their disposal for a selection of their work, set up according to the expression of their personal artistic research. Eight rooms will be created, in which techniques, modes of expression and different forms of creativity will follow one another, from acrylic painting to photography to ceramics, from hyperrealist drawing to monochrome printing, from sculpture to set design, from illustration to animation. A total of 54 works are on display.
The eight young artists will conceptually share the central area of Spazio Officina, where a video will present to the public the work of each of them in a cyclic sequence, without speech and with a single musical background.
The exhibition is curated by Antonio d'Avossa, art critic and professor emeritus of contemporary art history at the Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera, and Nicoletta Ossanna Cavadini, director of the m.a.x. museum and Spazio Officina.
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