Headline: Panoramas & People
Authors / artists: AA.VV.
Texts: Patrizia Bottallo
Size: cm 21×29,7
Binding: grecata brossura and fresata
Illustrations: 60 as
Price: € 18,00
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Panoramas & People, Curated by Patrizia Bottallo, 27 October – 24 November 2012, martin - Martini Art International, espositiva headquarters – via T. Lance 31, 10095 Grugliasco (TO).
The theme of the exhibition manifests almost a social responsibility, that has as its goal to tell a glimpse of what we are experiencing contemporary, a journey that explores the theme of man who lives and environments that surround and.
To get a more complete view on this issue I interviewed many artists who come from different places and spaces between them, but given the wealth of international art and the many possibilities of interpretation that this issue would have spurred on the artists, I felt the need to narrow the field by inviting only twelve "voices", knowing that I would have returned a partial view to the public. The works presented return a particular view of the kaleidoscope general, a statement of personal views, microcosmi capabilities, however, to make the idea of universality that I intend to tell.
This opens the curtain on a combination of imagination and actually trying atmospheres, horizons in the wake of reflexive impulses, or visionary. Pieces of different views, estranei the one all'altro, scenery, natural environments, fittizi o reali, metropolitan cities, suburbia, fields that reveal social and political situations, all express a view only of a common horizon, echoes of harmony or internal upheavals. It is not part from an overview to see the landscape that surrounds us, be it landscape, mental or social, but from the looks and different views that fail to tell deeper reality, open and reveal hidden thoughts and situations messengers of truth contemporary.
The concept of landscape has always been difficult to define and has profoundly changed over the centuries, "views" do not tell only the space, the place, the time and the nature, but they are also human landscapes, "Worlds" that reflect its inhabitants, landscapes populated by people, actions, thoughts and then life.
The landscape has always influenced the thinking, the agire, and reflect the, more substantially, being of the people for this is the link between man and the environment is necessarily inseparable inseparable.