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Food Culture & Slow Art Art that represents taste - StepDue Milano it has been modified: 2015-05-05 di Antoinette Campilongo

Food Culture & Slow Art: Art that represents taste - StepDue Milano

The second Step of the Food Culture & Slow Art | exhibition opens on Saturday 16 May 2015 in Milan The art that represents taste. With the collaboration of the artists invited to participate, the theme of food will be addressed, it will be in its essence, a journey through the sensations created by "visual signs" and "taste", recognized as cultural and creative heritage.

It discusses the "food" not only in terms of staff, but also in terms of ethical, social and intellectual education to food and resources

food, borrowed from the artistic representation.

The event will consist of two events dal16 to May and from 23 26 2 May to June.

Saturday 16 May at 18.00, the inauguration of the exhibition, which will show in 30 contemporary artists curated by Antonietta Campilongo, also will be presented the project of Fabrizio Garghetti "graters D'Artist" works of the masters:

G. Alvian, B. Aubertin, G. Blaine, D. Dorfles, B. Murari, U. Palma, M. Knizak, M. Rotella, D. Spoerri.

There will also be two works on ceramics by Daniel Spoerri Tavola Astro Gastronomica, 1975 - Tavola Zuppe di Zucca, 1979 

From Tuesday 26 May, until 2 June, the opening of the second week of exhibition by Jada Mucerino.

The Exhibition will be held within the space Hi - Tech, at the headquarters of Crackingartgroup Corso Garibaldi, 60 - 20121 Milan

Technical Data

Title of the event: Food Culture & Slow Art The art that represents taste - StepDue Milano
Project by Antonietta Campilongo
Exhibition curated by Antonietta Campilongo and Jada Mucerino

Genre: Contemporary Art
Texts: Common Neworld collaboration with Alice Straffi
Technical collaboration: Brunella Uva
Organization: Neworld Association - Ecology and Social - NWart
Press Office: nwArt
Exposure period: from May to 16 2 2015 June
Venue: Space Hi - Tech, home gallery Crackingartgroup
Address: Corso Garibaldi, 60 - 20121 Milan
Opening: Saturday May at 16 18.00
Admission: free from Monday to Saturday 14,30pm - 18,00pm (different times by appointment)

Program: from the 16 23 May

The exhibition ospiteràil project Fabrizio Garghetti "graters D'Artist" works of the masters: G. Alvian, B. Aubertin, G. Blaine, D. Dorfles, B. Murari, U. Palma, M. Knizak, M. Rotella, D . Spoerri.

Two works in the exhibition of ceramics by Daniel Spoerri

Performance:

Woman stoned with packaging for food

Performance of Grace Zanotto

Artists

Rosella Barretta, Mariagrazia Borhy, Antonietta Campilongo, Elena Candoli, Cristina Castellani, Antonella Catini, Federica Cecchi, Simona Cristofari, Vanni Cuoghi, Cecilia De Paolis, Silvano Debernardi, Simonetta De Santis, Easypop, Lucia Ferrara, Fabrizio Fontana, Foschi Daniela, Fabrizio Garghetti, Ombretta Iardino, Sebastiano Longo, Maria Carla Mancinelli, Memo_Art (Marianna Merler Molin and Christian), Giancarlo Montuschi, Sandra Naggar, Wave White, Loredana Raciti, Eugenio Ratta, Stefania Scala, Paolo Vignini, Grace Zanotto, Franco Zuanetto.

Programmadal 26 2 May to June

Performance:

krypton Rolando Attanasio

Artists in the exhibition:

Anita Agresti, Stéphane Ait Quarab, Rolando Attanasio, Vighen Avetis, Anna & Rosaria Corcione, Giuseppe Corcione, Luisa Corcione, Gianluca de Bartolo, Massimo D'Orta

Ada Ferrante, Salvatore Menale, Emmanuelle Renard, Loredana Salzano, Roberto Stella, Mauro Visentin, Annamaria Volpe.

info:

www.nwart.it

anto.camp@fastwebnet.it

Tel. 339 4394399 - 331 4287742

Food Culture & Slow Art

The art that is the taste

Through this art event, it is intended to tell the food culture associated with healthy food and to eat well.

Slow food, slow walking, slow living, recovering a renewed focus on gestures and values ​​overwhelmed since hyperactive consumer society.

Food Culture & Slow Art | The art that represents taste, in its essence, will be a journey through the sensations created by "visual signs" and "taste", recognized as cultural and creative heritage.

With the cooperation of the artists invited to participate, it will be dealt with the theme of food; it is called the "nourishment" not only in terms of staff, but also in terms of ethical, social and intellectual education to food and to food, borrowed from the artistic representation.

The decision to intervene in the debate on the issues of awareness comes from the analysis of the broad spectrum of content that we have faced and that we will face in the future, we believe that artistic action will contribute to increase the knowledge and awareness of this emergency, be addressed at the level of a global awareness.

Urgencies in terms of food and nutrition should have a prominent place in the choices of governments, international institutions, and not least at the level of local communities. In recent years the debate around food has reached a considerable degree of public involvement. And the art world, who always keeps and often anticipates trends aesthetic and cultural, he has paid great attention to the world of food, showing creativity, curiosity and great capacity to make proposals.

The act of eating in a human community evolved not only meets the biological need to feed themselves and feed themselves, buy quite a cultural significance: eat, select and moderate consumption, respecting the planet and its resources.

Moving from artistic reflection, we arrive at investigating a concrete dimension that is illuminated by anthropological aspects, as the reality of man as such, as a fact that concerns us all, absolutely everyone. 

Collective Neworld & Alice Straffi

 

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