Chris Göttel, No flower, 2022, mixed media, oil, pencil, collage, 115x175cm
Aires De Gameiro, Weekends in, 2022, olio su tela, 30x40cm
SuengWan Park, Coexistence – Venus Italica 1, 2022, white marble, 120(h)x50x35cm
Mauro Pinotti, Leocorni, 2022, stampa fine su carta cotone, 20x30cm
Ivet Salazar, Nudo que soy, nudo que cargo // Knot I am, Knots I carry, 2021, Ceramic textile embedded on ceramic structure, 23x12x10cm
Helen Tóth, The night belongs to us, 2022, oil on canvas, 140x85cm
Emanuele Ferretti, Not less than 50 quids! Take it or leave it!, 2021, matite colorate su carta, 25x35cm
Carlo Marcolini, ORG101. série Híbridos, 2020, brass wire weav, 85×80 x35cm
Federico Caputo, Alfeo e Aretusa, 2022, tessuto, serigrafia, ricamo in lana e cotone su tela, 50x50cm
Rosario Vicidomini, Untitled, 2021, olio su tela, 80x100cm
Ira Lupu, Weapons, 2022, photogrhapy, inkjet archival print on baryta paper, 21,6×27,9cm
Armando Lulaj, Cave Painting on an American Flag, 2022, gold enamel spray on nylon fabric, 85x157cm
Francesco Pacelli, Termo servo aero elettro-magneto elasticità, 2022, Aluminium, clay, EPS, inox steel, epoxy resin, acylic resin, cosmetic pigments, 61x72x160 cm
Bruno Gallizzi, Tappogrosso, 2021, stampa su carta fotografica fine art su dibond 3mm, 160x100cm
Ivana Šáteková, Sviatočné predstieranie 1, 2022, embroidery, 42,5×42,5cm
Plinio Martelli, Senza titolo, 1968, vetro, carta, piastrelle, sistema di illuminazione, 200x200cm
Kyou-Hong Lee, Breathing of light, 2019, pittura su specchio satinato e vetro, 90x90cm
Corrado Levi, Uomo, Natura, Architettura, 2022, tecnica mista su carta, 33x24cm
Diego Dominici, Candy Candy, 2020, fotografia digitale, 80,5x130cm
Ilaria Gasparroni, Parole taglienti, 2020, marmo calcatta oro, forbici antiche, cassetta antica in legno, 16x28x14cm
Mario Giammarinaro, Mareggiata, 2021, olio su tela e materiali vari, 127x127cm
Julia Zastava, Smoking Witchhead, 2021, earth and polymorph, variable
Los Dadores de Dolor, Object 002 fixed in tattoo machine_Stockholm Supermarket Art Fair 2019, 2019, object, various materials, 20x20x4cm
Letizia Scarpello, Troppo Umano, 2018, idropittura su parete, tenda in poliestere, elementi in ferro, gomma piuma laserata, flebo in plastica, tintura colorata per tessuti su moquette, dimensoni ambientali
Giulia Seri, Specchio, 2022, acquarello e pastello su carta Fabriano Tiepolo 100% cotone, 50x70cm
Luca Campestri, Spettri, 2022, Installazione video su monitor led (1h 23s), stampa fine art, misure variabili, 25x45cm
Alessandro Rauschmann, Aktionstableau 1 (in darkness dances death), 2020, assemblage, ca. 110x125cm
Giorgio Vallorani, Mercato, 2022, tecnica mista su carta e tela, 220x190cm
Havin Al-Sindy, Personae_Masks_and_drawings, 2020, drawings and clay masks, various dimensions
Maria Corejova, Zuzana Godalova, Zuzana Husarova, Lubomir Panak, Jakub Pisek, Possession of Look, 2022, Site specific installation: print on polycarbonate sheets, aluminium construction, 300x150x200cm
Andrea Chidichimo, Sidus, 2022, olio su lastra Dbond, 70x170cm
Tania Marino, Confini nr1, 2022, pastello morbido su carta, 55x75cm
Luciano Romano, Lo sguardo obliquo, Scala#1775_Napoli, 2012, Palazzo Albertini di Cimitile, 2012, Stampa giclée, carta cotone Canson Infinity Rag Photographique, 80x60cm, Ed.10+2 p.a.
Augusto Cantamessa, S.T., 1975, modern print stmpa fine art a pigmento puro, passepartout, vetro e cornice in legno nera, 53x63cm
Samaneh Atef, No title, 2020, ink on map o geography, 100x70cm
in collaborazione con: FORME IN BILICO (Torino) e GLI ACROBATI (Torino)
Sofia Masini, Untitled#18, 2021, stampa e pigmenti su carta rag, 29x30cm
Chiara Arturo Cristina Cusani, Vicinanze 02, 2018, stampa glicée su Hahnemühle Photo Rag Pearl, montata su forex in cornice in ferro pressopiegato bianca, 30x30cm
Yan Jianing, Eclipse, 2022, dipinto ad olio su tela, 150x150cm
Maximilian & Manuel Willeit & Resch, Untitled 2022, 2022, acrylic on canvas, 100x110cm
Maria Giuseppina Grasso Cannizzo, Senza titolo, 2022, fotografia su carta manifesto, 70x50cm
Palazzolo Acreide (Sr) Italia
Gunter Pusch, Vorhalle, 2008, oil on canvas, 100x120cm
Gvantsa Jishkariani, Brutal Honesty, 2022, embroidery and crystal beads on re-worked (burnt, torn) vintage Soviet period tapestries, 60×260
Miho Ishihara, The current situation, 2022, mixmedia (vinyl, steel pipe, japanese paper, sumi ink etc), 72x96x120cm
Ambrosia, Selection from “Alfabeto Ambrosia”, 2022, photograph, dimensions variable
Maxim Wakultschik, I imagined my arms dripping, 2022, bastoncini di legno colorati, 36x26cm
Anna Capolupo, Fesct!, 2022, Azione collettiva, maschere realizzate a olio su carta, fumogeni, strumenti musicali, dimensioni ambientali
Carolina Cuneo, Altrove, 2019, fotografia e mixed media, 60x90cm
Werner Widmer, Bittersweet symphony, 2022, sugar and ink, 30x40cm
Zurich (CH) | Athens (GR)
Giuseppe Lo Cascio, Eccetera #2, 2021, mixed media, 50x128x68cm
Lola Zoido, The Blooming III, 2022, Impresión textil sobre polipiel + AR, 135x250cm
Ellande Jaureguiberry, Still life with apple, 2021, colored pencil on paper, 60x75cm
Marleen Rothaus, Causing a thunderstorm, 2020, oil on wood, 100x85cm
The Festival delle Colline was born in 1996 to enhance with actor rehearsals the villas, castles, churches, and villages of the hills around Turin has become over the years a European showcase of contemporary creation, of a more experimental and innovative theater.
IS JUST THE MOMENT FOR THE MOMENT IN THE MOMENT
The Festival delle Colline Torinesi in its 27th edition devotes an extensive monograph to one of Italy’s most prominent companies, Motus. Alongside shows, performances, video reviews also an installation for The Others on the theme of collecting. What does theater leave behind, only volatile memory or also some fetish in turn destined to lose its traces? An object as a minimal unit of collection?
Motus exposes this elusiveness in a chaotic photo installation with 10000 small prints of stage and travel photos (in single copy) from the company’s 31-year history, to be dispersed among exhibition visitors, while supplies last. A farewell to the 10000 moments experienced and reproduced on paper, from which the company separates itself by choosing the formula of the fetishistic gift/souvenir that everyone can put in their pocket and take elsewhere. For the Turin presentation, some photos at Andrea Macchia’s Festival will also be included… It will be up to you to find and recognize them!
May this form of collecting also be a path to culture?
Experience in VR
A virtual reality experience mixing archival materials, photographs, music, Super 8 videos and acting. A room to explore by immersing yourself in the shoes of a little girl in the 1990s learning about her mother and her past. From the discovery of the diaries of the 1975 Feminist Coordination of Enna.
With a Kiss I Die
In this experience, the viewer is led to the center of a Shakespearean multiverse and has the opportunity to determine his or her character’s fate. Romeo or Juliet, the choice leads to a different journey, but toward the same goal: to find the other, before it is too late. In a world where everything is forgotten, can love survive oblivion?
Torino Fringe Festival, established in 2013, is a multidisciplinary performing arts festival that involves the whole of the Piedmont region
Graphic Days is the initiative dedicated to Italian and international visual design that, starting from the great icons of history to contemporary professionals, tells the story of visual communication at 360 degrees and its contaminations. A widespread festival that has been taking place since 2016.
In an attempt to relate the world of visual design and the universe of children, so as to stimulate the child in every designer to adopt an attitude of constant experimentation, it is indeed inevitable to confront crypto art. The exploration of contemporary visual culture is therefore also expressed through a confrontation with crypto art: each work that will be exhibited is in fact phygital and has a corresponding NFT.
SEDIMENTS – (2021) – an editorial publication by Beatrice Zito, produced as part of the Simbiosi 2021 artistic residency. It is a collection of textual, graphic and photographic indexes as traces of recording the real. The project emerged through contact with the territory of Piedicavallo (BI), which, interpreted as an archive of information, represented a space in which to take the material decontextualized in the book object. The organicity of the indexes revolves around the use of devices other than the human, endowed with a sensitivity distinct from our perception. Thus, the goal of such research is not the analysis of collected data, but the act itself of recording.
OM SALVÈJ – (non-final title, 2022) – a project by Ugo Gattini, created as part of the Simbiosi 2022 art residency. The editorial publication is in the editing phase, central elements of the project will be proposed: terracotta figurines and collected materials; a single-copy photographic and sound volume, with B&W prints on baryta paper and a sound track created by Davide Broggini.
Curators: Marco Paltrinieri (Discipula collective), Francesco Pavignano and Tommaso Valli(Ventunesimo collective).
AT THE EDGE OF SOUND – (6′) – audiovisual produced by Tetau and Ho una barca, respectively curators* of the visual research and sound project of Piedicavallo Festival 2022.
Piedicavallo Festival, after thirty years of existence, under the influence of a generational change, is moving in new directions than in the past, while retaining the beating heart of the whole event: the roots in romantic music, the interest in opening up to jazz, folk and electronic music, the relationship with nature
Share Festival, established in 2005, is a transdisciplinary festival dedicated to contemporary art and creativity with a high content of technology and innovation. Share Project was established in 2003 as a platform for art tech
Artmaker Gallery is a compendium of the best of the Artmaker project, a Share Project production project with the artistic direction of Bruce Sterling and Chiara Garibaldi. The Artmaker project, aims to seek and offer artists, citizens, designers and businesses new opportunities and potential through dialogue with new technologies and the world of the Internet, toward what we can call CREATIVITY 4.0.
The itinerary exemplifies the evolution of art, the production of all visual arts with a high content of technology and innovation, used in an unconventional way, a flywheel of the potential of beauty as a prime mover for transformation through the creativity and inspiration of Art.
The twinning with The Others festivals at The Others, is for Share fertile ground to highlight the history and future of creativity in the technological age.
The Behnoode Foundation established in 2016 by its founder Behnood Javaherpour. The foundation is based in Paris, France and is committed to supporting artists with a focus on Iranian, Chinese and African artists through publications, institutional exhibitions and art residency projects. On the occasion of The Others, the Foundation plans to acquire a work worth €3,000.00 that will be included in the Behnoode Foundation’s private collection in Paris.
The objective of the Prize is the acquisition of a work of the value of €3,000.00 chosen from among the works present in the stands of the fair, to be included in the emerging “Collezione Operæ”.
The chosen work will be chosen by a jury composed of the Coordinator of the Curatorial Board of The Others, Lorenzo Bruni, the collector Chiara Casolo Ginelli, the collector and founder of Operæ, Emilio Bordoli, the CEO of Operæ Gloria Amorena and Giuseppe Violetta, co-founder of Operæ and of The Heillandi Collection Trust Fund. The Prize has no age or technical constraints, but aims to identify and acquire a work that reflects the inspirational values of the Operæ initiative, created by collectors for collectors. In particular, the values sought will be expressive maturity and the ability to communicate and relate to the observer.
The Committee set up in memory of Piero D’Amore, a Turin artist who passed away in January, proposes a one-month residency in Turin to a participating artist under the age of 35, in order to reward him for the continuity, consistency and seriousness of his work, as well as for his use of colour, experimentation with different artistic techniques and the freshness of his subject matter, and to offer him the opportunity to carry out a project in the context of the city, making him a participant in what is happening among galleries, museums and foundations.
Confirmed for the third consecutive year is the prize dedicated to contemporary photography organised by the Zenato Academy.
The jury of the Prize, composed of the Coordinator of the Curatorial Board of The Others, Lorenzo Bruni,i, the art critic Luca Panaro and the entrepreneur Nadia Zenato, will select a photograph from among the works present at the fair which will become part of the Zenato Academy Collection.
The acquisition of the work has a value of €2,000.00. If you have any photographic works that you would like to propose, we would ask you to send us the photo and related information so that we can provide it in advance to the committee, which will decide the winner at the fair.