Vernissage Rome: art exposition
Last week I’ve exposed 9 photos at Vernissage Rome, an itinerant art gallery made by many and different artists as photographers, painters, street artists and so on… It took place in Rome at Palazzo Velli (Trastevere) on 31 January 2020. The experience was awesome, it was my first exhibition. I’ve been contacted through instagram by the artist curator of the event. He asked me to share my photos. I accepted but I didn’t want to do a classic photo exposition. I’m in love with street art so I decided to share my works with street artists.
I’ve selected 9 street shots; the theme that I gave to myself was humanity. After a difficult choice I printed my street photography works in big posters for billboards. The idea was to create a kind of big billboard with advertising replaced by human beings photos. During the making of the idea has been reworked a bit. We posted using glue our works (photos, stencil, posters, drawings, stickers) in a random way on a large painted towel trying to reproduce a sort of real wall on the street. The final result was awesome.
About Vernissage Rome, quote from the main site:
Vernissage Rome is an itinerant social living room always open to cultural contamination; a melting pot of art and culture that in the multitude of the arts reveals its identity. At Vernissage Rome, over seventy artists express themselves and live through the omnipresent inspiration of self-produced, emerging music; transcendental and an integral part of the exhibition-event. Vernissage Rome is a stage where, completely free of charge, artists have the opportunity to show and haggle over their creations, letting the audience enter a space lightened by its canonical museum-like appearance, making art and culture more accessible, without ever compromising the quality of the show, art and music.
I’ve posted here the photos exposed in the Exhibition. This is my humanity wall…
That’s all folks
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