• When:   January 12, 2023 - February 03, 2023
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Within the evocative setting of the Basilica of San Celso in Milan, the exhibition EPTA - SETTE opens on 11 January 2023, which investigates the forms of art in dialogue with the contemporary digital world, through seven artists selected by Isorropia Homegallery on the occasion of the first international virtual art award Art Rights Prize.

The exhibition, open to the public from 12 January to 3 February 2023, presents the works of the artists Federica Belli, Federica Cogo, Salma Eltoukhy, Alex Frost, Christine Kettaneh, Marjan Moghaddam and Paolo Treni - selected on the occasion of the Art Rights art award Prize – which interact with the evocative environments of a sacred place.

The works selected from painting, photography, video art and NFT - albeit different in terms of artistic medium - are united by the very essence of the elements that determine the birth of a work of art.

The term EPTA - from which the exhibition takes its title - from the Greek "SEVEN", not only represents the number of selected artists, but is a direct reference to the very elements of art, including digital art.

The seven elements of art are Line, Shape, Size, Space, Texture, Value and Color. Every artist - in his own way - makes use of it.... read the rest of the article»

The works on display by Federica Belli present a female presence integrated into nature, in constant tension between her shadows and her brilliant sensitivity. The intense colours, in accordance with the investigation into private space and its details, make Federica Cogo's works mysterious, which leads into interior, almost metaphysical spaces, where the corners become witnesses of the encounter between visible and invisible.

Salma Eltoukhy's "visual poems" lead us into the most intimate and emotional dimension, who in her visual diary explores the universe of written language, a world where letters take on the character of identity of the human being.

In the series of hypnotic video works by Alex Frost, the grotesque of contemporary consumerism is linked to alluring shapes and colors in commonly used products, specially designed to attract the human eye.

At the basis of Christine Kettaneh's works lines, shapes, dimensions and space - vertical and horizontal - are syncopated to the extreme, the result of an investigation into the evolution of the movement of the human body in the light of electromagnetism.

The sinuous bodies of Marjan Moghaddam, pioneer of Net Art and NFTs, take shape thanks to digital, redefining the very concept of form and democratizing the exhibition spaces that are hacked by her 3D animated "Ladies".

Finally, the different material aspects of Light, Natural or Artificial, are the means by which in the two-dimensional works of Paolo Treni we arrive at the pure three-dimensional form contextualized in space, where all the elements of art coexist in close symbiosis between light, color and form.

The evocative setting of the Basilica of San Celso thus welcomes defined lines that are transformed into space and create a new undefined dimension.

Isorropia Homegallery

Isorropia Homegallery is a non-profit cultural association. Promotion, dissemination and knowledge of art are the cardinal principles on which it is based, with particular attention to the varied forms of contemporary art in the figurative, expressive and multimedia fields. The association's goals are pursued through the conception and organization of events, exhibitions and initiatives aimed at raising public awareness of the art world. The promotion of artists, mainly young, but also established, is carried out through the subsidy and support of their projects also resorting to collaboration with the galleries that represent them, favoring their meeting and mutual exchange of experiences. The diffusion of the figurative arts takes place without preconceptions and concerns them in its entirety, ranging from painting to sculpture, up to photography, video art and digital art.

Art Rights Prize

Art Rights Prize is the first International Virtual Art Award aimed at all Artists, of any age and nationality, who will be able to participate with their works in five artistic categories: Painting, Photography, Digital Art and Video Art.

The Award organized by the AB Factory Cultural Association, was born from an overall vision of Andrea Concas, founder of Art Rights, with the aim of combining the physical world of art and the virtual one, with the participation of prestigious partners.

An award, with over 100,000 euros, in cash and services offered, to support emerging artists, chosen by the Jury, made up of 12 experts of the international art system and market, in the continuous search for new ways to enhance and reward the Art 3.0.

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Opening: January 12, 2023

Ending: February 03, 2023

Organization: Isorropia Homegallery

Place: Milano, Basilica di San Celso

Address: Corso Italia, 37 - 20122 Milano

Inauguration: Wednesday 11 January 2023 from 5 to 8 pm

Opening hours: Wednesday and Saturday 4-7pm; Sunday 11-13

More info on this website: https://www.isorropiahomegallery.org

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