The exhibition “the Colour of thought” that my work was part of in New York, travels to Italy, and will be shown at Mymicrogallery in Milan from the 15th to the 30th of October.
The opening will be Tuesday, 15th of October, form 18;00 hours onward!
From the press release:
Curated by Stefania Carrozzini
Participating artists: Marije Bijl, Rosaspina Buscarino, Patrick Dennis, Gaia di Blasio Akshita Gandhi, Carine Hayoz, Susi Lamarca, Claire Pinci Marion Schmidtke, Susi Zucchi
MyMicroGallery is pleased to present “The Colour of Thought/Il Colore del Pensiero a travelling group exhibition featuring works by ten artists hailing from countries across the world including France, Germany, India, Italy, United States, Switzerland . They are from diverse backgrounds and have experience in varying mediums including painting and photography.
The exhibition has been successfully presented in New York at Onishi Project Gallery in June 2019 and now in Milan has been extended to other artists who shared the show’s concept.
Organized and curated by Stefania Carrozzini, gallerist, artist and independent curator based in Milan, this show’s concept offers the opportunity to reflect on the theme of Emotional Intelligence related to creative process, intuition and inspiration. The artworks chosen have different vibration of and come from different impulses and methods welcoming an open-ended process of feeling art with all our senses.
Emotional intelligence unites the heart and the mind, these two great enigmas; it blends passions and reason, and it is the only type of intelligence, which is able to make humanity evolve. Emotional intelligence is strictly tied to creative thought and art is always fruit of thought and emotion. Art helps us to understand our emotions and so it is fundamental in order to preserve a sane society.
Artists have always used all the possible tools, which enable free expression of emotions and thoughts reflecting, with a greater or lesser degree of awareness, the changes in society. Beyond the scientific value, which the title of this exhibition might well suggest, it is important to underline the impact emotions have on our daily life. Artists know how to lend a voice to a disparate range of emotions channelling them into sounds, colours and movement.
catalogue will be available at the gallery