The dynamics of painting, photography,installations, verbal material and conceptual experiences that crossover and fuse with contemporary tendencies in the work of twenty-eight young artists, on display to the public at the BG3 Biennale Giovani, organised by Renato Barilli, Guido Bartorelli and Guido Molinari, held in Rimini City Museum from 10 January - 8 March.
The event opens the new season of exhibitions at the museum and is organised in collaboration with the Fine Arts Academy of Bologna, in conjunction with the Emilia Romagna Cultural Department and theRimini City Museums.
The artists and their works were selected by the curators following a criteria that characterises the most recent forms of artistic expression, summed up in the notion of plateau, expressed by French philosophers, Deleuze and Félix Guattari. In other words, a plateau on which various trends mutually fuse and blend.
Participating artists: Sara Benaglia, Francesco Bertelé, Giulia Bonora, Bounty Killart, Chiara Camoni, Federica Delpiano, Niccolò Morgan Gandolfi, Gabriele Garavaglia, Nicola Genovese, Laura Giovannardi, Marco Gobbi, Roberta Grasso, Andrea Grotto, Federico Lanaro, Dario Lazzaretto, Gemis Luciani, Daniela Manzolli, Cristiano Menchini, Damiano Nava, Valerio Nicolai, Simona Paladino, Emmanuele Panzarini, Fabrizio Prevedello, Roberto Pugliese, Alessandro Roma, Angelo Sarleti, Cristina Treppo, Adriano Valeri, Lucia Veronesi