Worldwide Exhibits FY17-19 by RossoCinabro Gallery
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 Time11#033, Selected from my album – “Funeral Procession of Time XI – Towards the Within”, Photography,
595x421mmm, 325gsm w/o the Frame (Min: A4, A3, A3+, Max: A2), w/the Wooden Frame 674x500x30mm (Max)
Our contract of collaboration between RossoCinabro.com in Italy and me was now extended for more one year. So, my works will continue to be exhibited and to be directly available at their gallery located in Rome. Check out their monthly events and their each information. (Update: 1st-Nov-2017)
Please make me announce that recently I have decided to take part in a program “Works in Residence” the international art exhibitions with RossoCinabro Gallery in Rome, Italy.

This is a collaboration to exhibit some works in RossoCinabro gallery in Rome for several months, who was reported among the 10 best contemporary art galleries in Roma. To participate in this program from their exhibits of group shows scheduled in August, I’m now preparing to ship my 2 works to this gallery, which have been already selected by them.

The article “Insider Guide to Rome’s 10 Must-Visit Contemporary Art Galleries” of Culture Trip theculturetrip.com

So, check out:

RossoCinabro gallery 
Via Raffaele Cadorna 28
00187 Roma Italia
monday - friday 11 a.m - 7 p.m

[Gallery Story]
Just like the intense shade of red it takes its name from, Rosso Cinabro represents an extraordinary passion for art. Thanks to the guidance of its director Cristina Madini, over the years Rosso Cinabro has become a flower – albeit still somewhat niche – in the direct vicinity of the beautiful Villa Borghese. Opened in 2009, RossoCinabro is committed to making art accessible. The gallery has organised over 100 exhibitions in the past four years, from solo shows of interesting artists from abroad to collective exhibitions of 22up-and-coming local creatives.
RossoCinabro Gallery_Home http://www.rossocinabro.com/
 Time3#003, Selected from my album – “Funeral Procession of Time Part-III”, Photography,
595x421mmm, 325gsm w/o the Frame (Min: A4, A3, A3+, Max: A2), w/the Wooden Frame 674x500x30mm (Max)
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On Aug-3, my works have already arrived in Rome, Italy and been safely displayed at RossoCinabro Gallery. Also, at the same time, my works and introductions have been opened on their webpages.


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August Contemporary                        
21 - 28 August, 2017
http://www.rossocinabro.com/exhibitions/exhibitions_2017/154_august_contemporary.htm

The New York based G. Art Agency, Llc. presents the AUGUST CONTEMPORARY |August 21 -28, 2017 Group Exhibition at the 11W 42end street New York situated in Manhattan b/t Avenue Of The Americas & 5th Ave Midtown West. The event gives a great opportunity to invest into international art, and is a showcase of the well-established artist as well as young talent. Visitors can expect a variety of paintings, photography art, urban art and sculptures in different styles. The exhibition is curated by Joe Hansen.
 
Artists: Marie Åkerlund, Eduard Almashe, Helga Borbás, Alan Cariddi, Chiara Casarini, Giovanna Fabretti, Frans Frengen, Jaanz Lynn, Osamu Jinguji, Angelika Kahl, Hiroshi Kawazumi, Lady Yupiigold, Lisa J Levasseur, Lokke, Stjepko Mamic, Vincenzo Messina, Elvio Miressi, Misamore, Päivyt Niemeläinen, Mirja Birgitta Nuutinen, Anja Stella Ólafsdóttir, Eva Paar, Anne Pelkonen, Dr Martín Raskovsky, Cristina Razzano, Daniela Rebecchi, Elke Reis, Peter Schudde, Christina Steinwendtner, Derya Yilmaz, Kees Woestenenk, Anouk Wolse
4 - 30 settembre, 2017

The New York based G. Art Agency, Llc. presents the September Contemporary | September 4 - 30, 2017, selectes works works of artists from USA, Europe, Japan and Australia at RossoCinabro Gallery in Rome. The event gives a great opportunity to invest into international art, and is a showcase of the well-established artist as well as young talent. Visitors can expect a variety of paintings, photography art, urban art and sculptures in different styles. The exhibition is curated by Cristina Madini and Joe Hansen.

Artists: Eduard Almashe, Renate Anding, Dina Babay, Helga Borbás, Elda Calabrese, Daniele Calvani, Chiara Casarini, Laura Casini, Giovanna Fabretti, Frans Frengen, Francesca Guetta, Jaanz Lynn, Osamu Jinguji, Angelika Kahl, Hiroshi Kawazumi, Agnieska Konopka, Mirella La Rosa, Lady Yupiigold, Sybille Lampe, Lisa J Levasseur, Giacoma Lo Coco, Lokke, Stjepko Mamic, Vincenzo Messina, Elvio Miressi, Päivyt Niemeläinen, Mirja Birgitta Nuutinen, Anja Stella Ólafsdóttir, Eva Paar, Vilma Panula, Daniela Rebecchi, Elke Reis, Peter Schudde, Christina Steinwendtner, Inga Svanberg, Martina Volandri, Anouk Wolse, Yalim Yildirim, Derya Yilmaz
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14 - 31 October 2017

This October the permanent collection returns to the RossoCinabro Gallery with a dynamic new presentation of 40 works from all world. The exhibition includes iconic favorites alongside new acquisitions, which will be displayed at the RossoCinabro for the first time. Cristina Madini and Joe Hansen Curators, selected the works and conceived the presentation. The exhibition does away with hierarchical distinctions and the idea of the curator’s voice as absolute authority, instead presenting works that engender ever-evolving associations and interpretations. The works are loosely thematically organized to mimic an analog version of the Web, using an associative approach derived from the way we navigate today’s “hyperlinked” world. Visitors are encouraged to find their own path through a network of possibilities that highlight explicit connections as well as subtle, unexpected resonances among the artworks on view. Each artwork tells many stories, and each is made even more interesting through relationships to other works and ideas. As those works continues to develop meanings and spawn questions through contact with other artworks, it remains vital in a changing world.

Artisti: Renate Anding, Dina Babay, Annamaria Biagini, Helga Borbás, Elda Calabrese, Daniele Calvani, Alan Cariddi, Laura Casini, Cecily, Celina, Dino Coffani, EDMX Montanari, Giovanna Fabretti, Francesca Guetta, Jaanz Lynn, Osamu Jinguji, Hiroshi Kawazumi, Agnieszka Konopka, Mirella La Rosa, Lady Yupiigold, Sybille Lampe, Lisa J Levasseur, LEX, Giacoma Lo Coco, Vincenzo Messina, Elvio Miressi, Päivyt Niemeläinen, Anja Stella Ólafsdóttir, Vilma Panula, Daniela Rebecchi, Elke Reis, Rizza Boo, Christina Steinwendtner, Inga Svanberg, Linda Syvertsen, Gitana Vaicyte, Martina Volandri, Anouk Wolse, Yalim Yildirim, Derya Yilmaz, Ziba Moasser a cura di Cristina Madini e Joe Hansen

curated by Cristina Madini e Joe Hansen

opening Saturday 14th October 6pm-8pm
from 16th October you can see the exhibition from Monday to Friday 11am - 7pm

Also, now, you can check on the following articles as for "Artworks Connections": 

Our contract of collaboration between RossoCinabro.com in Italy and me was now extended for more one year. So, my works will continue to be exhibited and to be directly available at their gallery located in Rome. Check out their monthly events and their each information.
New York 6 - 18 November, 2017

The New York based G. Art Agency, Llc. presents the The Originals | November 6 - 18, has selected works of artists from USA, Europe, Japan, Australia and RossoCinabro Gallery in Rome in an itinerant show in New York. All the works are unique pieces.
The event gives a great opportunity to invest into international art, and is a showcase of the well-established artist as well as young talent. Visitors can expect a variety of paintings, photography art, urban art and sculptures in different styles. The exhibition is curated by Joe Hansen.

Artists: Renate Anding, Helga Borbás, Elda Calabrese, Daniele Calvani, Alan Cariddi, Laura Casini, Celina, Cicily, Dino Coffani, EDMX Montanari, Maria Emilov, Giovanna Fabretti, Francesca Guetta, Lynn Jaanz, Osamu Jinguji, Agnieszka Konopka, Mirella La Rosa, Lady Yupiigold, Sybille Lampe, Lisa J Levasseur, LEX, Giacoma Lo Coco, Stjepko Mamic, Vincenzo Messina, Elvio Miressi, Päivyt Niemeläinen, Mirja Birgitta Nuutinen, Anja Stella Ólafsdóttir, Daniela Rebecchi, Elke Reis, Christina Steinwendtner, Linda Syvertsen, Gitana Vaicyte, Anouk Wolse, Yalim Yildirim, Ziba Moasser
Rome 13 - 31 December, 2017

The G. Art Agency Llc. in New York in collaboration with Rossocinabro presents in Rome, after the New York exhibition 'The Originals', a selection of works from the United States, Europe, Japan and Australia from December 13 to 31, 2017. All selected works are pieces unique. 
The exhibition gives a great opportunity to invest in international art and is a showcase for established artists and young talents. Visitors will find a variety of paintings, photographic works and sculptures in different styles and media. The exhibition is curated by Joe Hansen and Cristina Madini

The New York based G. Art Agency, Llc. with Rossocinabro presents in a itinerary show 'The Originals | December 13 -31, selected works of artists from USA, Europe, Japan and Australia.
The event gives a great opportunity to invest in international art, and is a showcase of the well-established artist as well as young talent. Visitors can expect a variety of paintings, art photography, urban art and sculptures in different styles. The exhibition is curated by Cristina Madini and Joe Hansen

Artists: Valentina Achim, Dina Babay, Helga Borbás, Merrylees Britt, Elda Calabrese, Laura Casini, Celina, Maria Emilov, Giovanna Fabretti, Francesca Guetta, Mikio Hasui, Lynn Jaanz, Osamu Jinguji, Agnieszka Konopka, Lady Yupiigold, Sybille Lampe, Lisa J Levasseur, Giacoma Lo Coco, Stjepko Mamic, Vincenzo Messina, Elvio Miressi, Beatriz Moya, Päivyt Niemeläinen, Mirja Birgitta Nuutinen, Anja Stella Ólafsdóttir, Daniela Rebecchi, Elke Reis, Miriam Seville, Christina Steinwendtner, Gitana Vaicyte, Natasa Vladisavljevic, Boyan Yanev , Yalim Yildirim, Ziba Moasser

3 - 16 February, 2018

ROSSOCINABRO and MARIC (Artistic Movement for the Recovery of Cultural Identities http://www.movimentomaric.it/index.html) present in the Exhibition Halls of the Elsa Morante Library of Rome the exhibition CO-EXISTENCE. It is not only the annual anniversary of the month dedicated to Multicultura to shed light on the vitality, strength and fantasy of our time. The exhibition in question will be a real concert, which will involve artists of various nationalities aimed at living and capturing the glances on their own nomadist thinking, on coexistences and slips; all implemented with different techniques, and that in the spirit of these find the reason for unity. It is clear that the coexistence of various artistic languages ​​that are correlated, interpenetrate and integrate, it becomes an important parameter in the comprehension and evaluation of artistic expressions of different cultural realities as a tool able to provide a unitary reading key. Attention to different languages, knowledge and exchange with others find concrete ways and privileged channels of realization precisely in artistic and expressive languages. Towards this conciliatory direction, therefore, we must read the metamorphic capacity of art, ever more tending to plumb the dynamics and alternating coexistence of oppositional systems with respect and recognition of alterity that struggles and requires more mature reflection. To aspire to start and to promote, step by step, the search for a common reason, can in fact give an account of new possibilities for comparison and cultural growth.

Artists: Valentina Achim, Adriano Bernini, Alan Cariddi, Virginia Dominguez de La Torre, Lynn Jaanz, Osamu Jinguji, Tine Kragh, Vincenzo Messina, Beatriz Moya, Päivyt Niemeläinen, Mirja Birgitta Nuutinen, Daniela Rebecchi, Christina Steinwendtner, Vincenzo Vavuso, Yalim Yildirim

edited by Cristina Madini and Vincenzo Vavuso


Simultaneously with the exhibition at the Biblioteca Elsa Morante in Rome, inaugurated on February 3, 2018 in the Library Halls, the exhibition CO-EXISTENCE will extend the exhibition in the rooms of Via #Cadorna (Milan) until February 28, 2018.http://www.rossocinabro.com/exhibitions/exhibitions_2018.htm Stazione di Milano Cadornahttps://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stazione_di_Milano_Cadorna

Artisti: Valentina Achim, Raphaël Battoia, Annamaria Biagini, Henrik Brøndsted, Elda Calabrese, Alan Cariddi, Celina, Seth Chwast, Cicily, Josiane Dias, Serena Di Paola, Virginia Dominguez de La Torre, Mario Formica, Francesca Guetta, He Ping, Etti Israel Lachish, Lynn Jaanz, Osamu Jinguji,Tine Kragh, Lady Yupiigold, LiV, Douglas Lyell, Stjepko Mamic, Elizabeth Malave, Vincenzo Messina, Elvio Miressi, Beatriz Moya, Martinez Luis Navalon, Päivyt Niemeläinen, Mirja Birgitta Nuutinen, Daniela Rebecchi, Giovanna Silvestri, Christina Steinwendtner, Vincenzo Vavuso, Yalim Yildirim curata Cristina Madini
19 March - 7 April, 2018

Dal al Rossocinabro presents 'Moving Ideas'. What is Moving ideas? The desire to share a journey in the contemporary, without forcing a univocal reading. The desire to create a dialogue with visitors, a continuous comparison, without embalming the works in a reading that remains unchanged. A "work in progress", because we intend in the future to continue to welcome and witness the new paths that today's art is expressing in its evolution, paths that oblige artists to compete with new points of view, with new materials, with new mental processes, with the sense of a society in which the speed of change does not allow slower rhythms of reflection on reality.

Artists present: Shlomit Anderman, Dina Babay, Raphaël Battoia, Henrik Brøndsted, Alan Cariddi, Celina, Seth Chwast, Cicily, Josiane Dias, Serena Di Paola, Vidgis Elisabeth Feldt, Orna Geva, Katharina Goldyn, Francesca Guetta, Christina Haupts, He Ping , Osamu Jinguji, Aleksandra Kosoń, Tine Kragh, Lady Yupiigold, Sebastián López Durán, LiV, Stjepko Mamic, Vincenzo Messina, Elvio Miressi, Beatriz Moya, Martinez Luis Navalon, Mirja Birgitta Nuutinen, Michelle Purves, Prussi, Daniela Rebecchi, Sandra Schawalder, Dolors Simó, Christina Steinwendtner, Merideth Aruta Tancio 

edited by Cristina Madini 

Opening at 18:00

open from Mon to Fri 11am - 7pm

infoline: 06/60658125

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21st - 28th April, 2018

Now in its 3rd edition, the exhibition in question will be a real concert, which will involve artists of various nationalities aimed at living and capturing the glances on their own nomadist thinking, on coexistences and slips; all implemented with different techniques, and that in the spirit of these find the reason for unity. It is evident that the coexistence of various artistic languages ​​that are correlated, interpenetrate and integrate, becomes an important parameter in the comprehension and evaluation of artistic expressions of different cultural realities as a tool able to provide a unitary reading key. Attention to different languages, knowledge and exchange with others find concrete ways and privileged channels of realization precisely in artistic and expressive languages. Towards this conciliatory direction, therefore, we must read the metamorphic capacity of art, ever more tended to fathom in the dynamics and alternating coexistence of oppositional systems the respect and recognition of alterity that struggles and requires a more mature reflection. To aspire to start and to promote, step by step, the search for a common reason, can in fact give an account of new possibilities for comparison and cultural growth.

Artists: Shlomit Anderman, Yasmina Barbet, Massimo Barcaroli, Henrik Brøndsted, Alan Cariddi, Celina, Lubka Cibulova, Leonardo Cersosimo, Seth Chwast, Jari Di Giampietro, Josiane Dias, Jürgen Eckey, Santi García Cánovas, Orna Geva, Katharina Goldyn, Federico Grazini , Francesca Guetta, Christina Haupts, He Ping, Osamu Jinguji, Masha Kha, Aleksandra Kosoń, Lana Leuchuk, LiV, Luciano Loi, Sebastián López Durán, Stjepko Mamic, Vincenzo Messina, Friedhard Meyer, Elvio Miressi, Emanuela Montorro, Mirja Birgitta Nuutinen, Anja Stella Ólafsdóttir, Barbara Pazzaglia, Prussi, Michelle Purves, Daniela Rebecchi, Guiki Rivera, Selda, Dolors Simó, Christina Steinwendtner, Merideth Tancio, Laara William Sen, Lady Yupiigold, Emanuela Zavattaro

edited by Cristina Madini 



Chelsea Art 
10 - 15 May, 2018

The G. Art Agency of New York, Llc. presents 'Chelsea Art' from 10 to 15 May 2018 at the Chelsea Market in New York. The event offers a great opportunity to invest in international art and is a showcase for established artists and young talents. Visitors to the Chelsea Market will find a good selection of paintings, photographs and urban art, sculptures in different styles and media. The exhibition is curated by Joe Hansen.

Chelsea is a multiethnic district of Manhattan, in New York. Known for the old converted lofts and warehouses to house palaces, markets, shops, clubs and art galleries. Art lovers love Chelsea for these galleries and exhibitions of contemporary artists, created inside former port warehouses. The old Oreo biscuit factory now hosts the Chelsea Market, which looks a bit like London's indoor markets, full of gastonomies, restaurants and curious shops. A walk in Chelsea makes you discover all the best of the city, from art to cuisine.

Artists: Annamaria Biagini, Celina, Josiane Dias, Jürgen Eckey, He Ping, Hong Hao, Christina Haupts, Osamu Jinguji, Aleksandra Kosoń, Lana Leuchuk, Stjepko Mamic, Vincenzo Messina, Elvio Miressi, Mirja Birgitta Nuutinen, Anja Stella Ólafsdóttir, Wang Peng , Carrie A Pinter, Daniela Rebecchi, Selda, Seville, Christina Steinwendtner, Lyndel Thomas, Lady Yupiigold

edited by Joe Hansen

visitable during the opening of the Market
Hours: Monday - Saturday: 7am to 2am, Sunday: 8am to 10pm
Address: 75 9th Avenue (Between 15th and 16th Streets), New York, NY 10011
21st - 31st May, 2018

Works from China, Japan, Turkey, Israel, Australia, Central America, the USA and Canada and Europe, the 30 artists have chosen Rome as a place to exhibit their works above all as a point of meeting for dialogue and comparison of their art.
Being different is the best way to be unique. Uniqueness should be our aspiration and to achieve it we should use our creativity.

The exhibition enhances this uniqueness and the identity diversity of contemporary art. The exhibition, which Rossocinabro will open to the public on Monday 21 May at 11 am in the Rome area in Via Raffaele Cadorna 28, will be structured in several contemporary and synergistic moments, all aimed at making known, to the public, the techniques and the poetics of the various artistic representations. 40 works will be exhibited including paintings, sculptures, photographs and drawings. "There is not a minimum common denominator, because we have not looked for it" - explains the curator and organizer of the exhibition Joe Hansen - "will be, therefore, that analyze and present the various aspects of contemporary art, highlighting, the role of artistic value linked to the uniqueness and originality of each of the various and all equally possible readings that are given to the original work ". The exhibition will be open until May 31st from Monday to Friday from 11am to 7pm

Artists
Alamanou Janice, Shlomit Anderman, Alan Cariddi, Seth Chwast, Mario Formica, Jörg Galka-Teisseyre, Saints García Cánovas, Katharina Goldyn, Ana Paola González, Haupts Christina, Hans Johansson, Osamu Jinguij, Barbro Jonasson, Lady Yupigold, LiV, Sebastián López Duran, Walter Marin, Friedhard Meyer, Muisco, Marlen Peix, Prussi, Michelle Purves, Daniela Rebecchi, Amanda Ruck, Meir Salomon, Martin Severinson, Dolors Simó, Vera Tsepkova, Anthony Vella, Laara William Sen

Edited by Joe Hansen
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Informazione.it https://lnkd.in/fTUKB55
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Insubriacritica https://lnkd.in/f2itY3U
Controluce https://lnkd.in/fnh5zQz
from June 15 to 30 2018

It’s a display of mostly gallery artists, perfunctorily titled 'Working, Thinking, Seeing' and hung without an apparent organizing principle. There isn’t even an official closing date. Once you’ve settled into the exhibition, however, the vagaries of the arrangement quickly turn into a kind of energizing force, as each distinctly different artwork thrusts its elbows in the direction of its neighbors, some more insistently than others. The difference between the works is very evidence. But so the exhibition goes, with tone shifts tallying more disparate than harmonious moments, but the innate handsomeness of each piece — there is a masterful sense of polish evident everywhere, even in the most emotionally raw works — transforms disjointedness into surprise. 'Working, Thinking, Seeing' group show continues at Rossocinabro (Via Raffaele Cadorna 28, Roma) for a few more weeks. Please contact the gallery at 06 60658125 for more specific information.

È una mostra di artisti internazionali e per lo più di galleria, dal titolo "Working, Thinking, Seeing" tutto è appeso senza un apparente principio organizzativo. Non c'è nemmeno una data di chiusura ufficiale. Una volta che vi siete sistemati nella mostra, tuttavia, i capricci della disposizione si trasformano rapidamente in una sorta di forza energizzante, poiché ogni opera d'arte distintamente diversa spinge i suoi gomiti nella direzione dei suoi vicini, alcuni più insistentemente di altri. La differenza tra le opere è molto evidente. Ma così la mostra va, con cambiamenti di tono che si combinano in momenti più disparati di quelli armoniosi, ma l'innata bellezza di ogni pezzo - c'è un senso magistrale di lucido evidente ovunque, anche nelle opere più emozionalmente crude - trasforma la scomposizione in sorpresa. L'esposizione collettiva continuerà da Rossocinabro (Via Raffaele Cadorna 28, Roma) per molte settimane. Si prega di contattare la galleria al 06 60658125 per informazioni più specifiche. I nomi degli artisti verranno inseriti in base ai nuovi arrivi

Artists
Janice Alamanou, Tamara Budnikova, Laslo Cikos, Jürgen Eckey, Jörg Galka-Teisseyre, Katharina Goldyn, Ana Paola González, Christina Haupts, Michael Jastrzembski, Osamu Jinguij, Barbro Jonasson,Aleksandra Kosoń, Lady Yupigold, Lisa J Levasseur, LiV, Sebastián López Durán, Stjepko Mamic, Walter Marin, Alexandra Mekhanik, Friedhard Meyer, Elvio Miressi, Muisco, Gabrielle Mutti, Mirja Nuutinen, Anja Stella Ólafsdóttir, Marlen Peix, Prussi, Michelle Purves, Daniela Rebecchi, Amanda Ruck, Meir Salomon, Martin Severinson, Dolors Simó, Christina Steinwendtner, Vera Tsepkova, Valérie Vandermotten, Anthony Vella

A cura di Cristina Madini e Joe Hansen

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7 - 13 July, 2018

Now in its 4th edition, the exhibition in question will be a real concert, which will involve artists of various nationalities aimed at living and capturing the glances on their own nomadist thinking, on coexistences and slips; all implemented with different techniques, and that in the spirit of these find the reason for unity. It is evident that the coexistence of various artistic languages ​​that are correlated, interpenetrate and integrate, becomes an important parameter in the comprehension and evaluation of artistic expressions of different cultural realities as a tool able to provide a unitary reading key. Attention to different languages, knowledge and exchange with others find concrete ways and privileged channels of realization precisely in artistic and expressive languages. Towards this conciliatory direction, therefore, we must read the metamorphic capacity of art, ever more tended to fathom in the dynamics and alternating coexistence of oppositional systems the respect and recognition of alterity that struggles and requires a more mature reflection. To aspire to start and to promote, step by step, the search for a common reason, can in fact give an account of new possibilities for comparison and cultural growth.

Artists: Janice Alamanou, Isabella Angelini, Teresa Bianchi, Roberto Bonetti, Tamara Budnikova, Maristella Campolunghi, Francesca Costa, Alex Di Meglio, Osamu Jinguji, Barbro Jonasson, LiV, Paolo Monina, Gabrielle Mutti, Mirja Birgitta Nuutinen, Marlen Peix, Daniela Rebecchi , Meir Salomon, Shigeru K, Gladys Sica, Dolors Simó, Christina Steinwendtner, Luciano Celli Tancredi, Lady Yupiigold, Angelo Zuena

edited by Cristina Madini 

opening Saturday 7th July from 6.00pm to 8.00pm

open from Mon to Fri 11am - 7pm

infoline: 06 60658125
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Working, Thinking, Seeing
from 15 to 31 Aug 2018

It’s a display of mostly gallery artists, perfunctorily titled ‘Working, Thinking, Seeing’ and hung without an apparent organizing principle. There isn’t even an official closing date. Once you’ve settled into the exhibition, however, the vagaries of the arrangement quickly turn into a kind of energizing force, as each distinctly different artwork thrusts its elbows in the direction of its neighbors, some more insistently than others. The difference between the works is very evidence. But so the exhibition goes, with tone shifts tallying more disparate than harmonious moments, but the innate handsomeness of each piece — there is a masterful sense of polish evident everywhere, even in the most emotionally raw works — transforms disjointedness into surprise. 'Working, Thinking, Seeing’ group show continues at Rossocinabro (Via Raffaele Cadorna 28, Roma) for a few more weeks. Please contact the gallery at 06 60658125 for more specific information.

È una mostra di artisti internazionali e per lo più di galleria, dal titolo “Working, Thinking, Seeing” tutto è appeso senza un apparente principio organizzativo. Non c'è nemmeno una data di chiusura ufficiale. Una volta che vi siete sistemati nella mostra, tuttavia, i capricci della disposizione si trasformano rapidamente in una sorta di forza energizzante, poiché ogni opera d'arte distintamente diversa spinge i suoi gomiti nella direzione dei suoi vicini, alcuni più insistentemente di altri. La differenza tra le opere è molto evidente. Ma così la mostra va, con cambiamenti di tono che si combinano in momenti più disparati di quelli armoniosi, ma l'innata bellezza di ogni pezzo - c'è un senso magistrale di lucido evidente ovunque, anche nelle opere più emozionalmente crude - trasforma la scomposizione in sorpresa. L'esposizione collettiva continuerà da Rossocinabro (Via Raffaele Cadorna 28, Roma) per molte settimane. Si prega di contattare la galleria al 06 60658125 per informazioni più specifiche. I nomi degli artisti verranno inseriti in base ai nuovi arrivi

Artists:
Janice Alamanou, Tamara Budnikova, Laslo Cikos, Jürgen Eckey, Jörg Galka-Teisseyre, Katharina Goldyn, Ana Paola González, Christina Haupts, Michael Jastrzembski, Osamu Jinguij, Barbro Jonasson, Aleksandra Kosoń, Lady Yupiigold, Lisa J Levasseur, LiV, Sebastián López Durán, Stjepko Mamic, Walter Marin, Alexandra Mekhanik, Friedhard Meyer, Elvio Miressi, Muisco, Gabrielle Mutti, Mirja Nuutinen, Anja Stella Ólafsdóttir, Marlen Peix, Prussi, Michelle Purves, Daniela Rebecchi, Amanda Ruck, Meir Salomon, Martin Severinson, Dolors Simó, Christina Steinwendtner, Vera Tsepkova, Valérie Vandermotten, Anthony Vella

New artists: Raphael Gindt, Fu Wenjum, Judy Lange, Nevine Mattar, Shigeru K, Pelle Wadströmer

A cura di Cristina Madini e Joe Hansen

opening Saturday 7th July from 6.00pm to 8.00pm
open from Mon to Fri 11am - 7pm
Cultural differences
17 settembre - 5 ottobre, 2018

Rome: Rossocinabro is pleased to present a group exhibition entitled “Cultural Differences”.

The show opens September 17th and continues through October 5th, 2018. In celebration, a reception will be held on Monday, September 17th, 5-7 pm

The choice of the title for this exhibit is curiously interesting. For these artists, the concept of Cultural Differences arose from of their idea of personal knowledge and their realization about the nature of differences between each of us.

The concept of Cultural Differences is a pure illusion. In their search for their cultural identities, I saw the absurdity of trying to describe a spiritual human in short sentences. These artists discovered the new exciting way of expressing their self through art.

The Art gives them the freedom to choose their ways to deliver their message. Freedom of artistic expression will no more be restrained by logic it will convey our meaning or thought.

Only with respect to the Cultural uniqueness of every human can we discover true answers to core questions of our life, see the much greater truth about other people, cultures, and even about ourselves.

We hope that you will be able to meet these works of fascinating artists and share their visions of the future of respect to our cultural uniqueness seen behind doors of Cultural Differences. They come from: Europe, USA, Japan, Australia, China, Center and South America, Canada

Roma: Rossocinabro è lieta di presentare la mostra collettiva "Differenze culturali". La mostra aprirà il 17 settembre e si prolungherà fino al 5 ottobre 2018. La scelta del titolo per questa mostra è curiosamente interessante. Il concetto di differenze culturali nasce dall’idea di conoscenza personale e dalle differenze tra ognuno di noi. Partendo dal presupposto che il concetto di differenze culturali è una pura illusione, nella ricerca sull’identità culturale, si nota l'assurdità di cercare di descrivere lo spirito umano con semplici e brevi espressioni. Questi artisti hanno scoperto in modo entusiasmante di esprimersi invece attraverso l'arte. L'arte dà loro la libertà di scegliere la modalità per consegnare il loro messaggio. Solo rispetto all'unicità culturale di ogni essere umano possiamo scoprire risposte vere a domande fondamentali della nostra vita, vedere la verità attraverso altre persone, culture e persino su noi stessi. Speriamo che possiate incontrare le opere di questi affascinanti artisti e condividere le loro visioni sul futuro del rispetto alla nostra unicità culturale vista dietro le porte delle Differenze Culturali. Essi provengono da: Europa, USA, Giappone, Australia, Cina, Centro e Sud America, Canada

Artists: Janice Alamanou, Onno Dröge, Emma, Eivor Ewalds, Fu Wenjun, Ana Paola González, Linda Grool, Gul Durmayaz Guducu, Andreina Guerrieri, Christina Haupts, Sabine Heetebrij, Gary Hopkins, Osamu Jinguij, Stefanie Kamrath, Aleksandra Kosoń, Judy Lange, Lisa J Levasseur, LiV, Stjepko Mamic, Walter Marin, Nevine Mattar, Alexandra Mekhanik, Elvio Miressi, Paris Leroy, Irena Procházková, Giulia Quaranta Provenzano, Prussi, Daniela Rebecchi, Sandra Schawalder, Gladys Sica, Christina Steinwendtner, Valérie Vandermotten, Anthony Vella, Pelle Wadströmer curated by Joe Hansen and Cristina Madini

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(No obvious unifying theme)
October 13 - 19, 2018

An international selection of about 30 works by contemporary artists, permanently in the Rossocinabro Gallery, painting, sculpture and mixed technique, with particular attention to the craft of making art.

Rossocinabro presents on the occasion of the XIV Contemporary AMACI Day, a new important exhibition with about thirty recent works by contemporary artists. The title ‘No obvious unifying theme’ refers to the status of artists in the mainstream art world - while the group is largely unknown, their respective practices are greatly admired by their peers, the works deal with a myriad of topics that concern the visual conditions of contemporary life, such as the exponential flow of images, the representation of the body in the Internet age and the ethics of vision with respect to voyeurism. These artists are not afraid to explore new media in stimulating ways, and each pursues a highly individualized practice. 

They are an apparently disparate group, but together they reflect the diversity and breadth of contemporary art in a globalized and increasingly digital era. While the exhibition does not offer an obvious unifying theme or an ideological point of view, it presents to the public a group of artists worthy of a broader consideration.

Artists: Janice Alamanou, Jonathan Alfaro, Maria De Vido, Jari Di Giampietro, Onno Dröge, Eivor Ewalds, Ana Paola González, Linda Grool, Gul Durmayaz Guducu, Andreina Guerrieri, Sabine Heetebrij, Gary Hopkins, Osamu Jinguji, Stefanie Kamrath, Aleksandra Kosoń , Joanna Konstantinou, Judy Lange, Lisa J Levasseur, LiV, Stjepko Mamic, Walter Marin, Alexandra Mekhanik, Mikesch, Elvio Miressi, Paris Leroy, Irena Procházková, Daniela Rebecchi, Sandra Schawalder, Shigeru K, Gladys Sica, Ildikó Terebesi, Anthony Vella

The exhibition is curated by Cristina Madini

Extraordinary opening Saturday, October 13th from 6pm to 8pm
Visible from Mon to Fri 11 am-7pm

22nd - 31st October, 2018
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This event is included in Rome Art Week programme 2018
https://lnkd.in/dGTJisi Rome Art Week 2018

This exhibition of original artwork explores the diversity of the topics highlight the cultural heritage of thirty-four artists from a selection program that Rossocinabro exhibit along with works from the Gallery’s permanent collection Forty pieces of original artwork are divided into five categories - painting, drawing, photograph, graphics, sculpture - depict a variety of art styles and mediums. Users can find the website by artist, alphabetically or by category (figurative paintings, abstract and informal paintings, photograph, digital art, sculpture)

The event gives a great opportunity to invest into international art, and is a showcase of the well-established artist as well as young talent. Visitors can expect a variety of paintings, photography art, sculptures, in different styles and media.
Artists: Janice Alamanou, Jonathan Alfaro, Graciela Danese, Maria De Vido, Jari Di Giampietro, Onno Dröge, Eivor Ewalds, Ana Paola González, Linda Grool, Gul Durmayaz Guducu, Andreina Guerrieri, Sabine Heetebrij, Gary Hopkins, Osamu Jinguji, Stefanie Kamrath, Aleksandra Kosoń, Ioanna Konstantinou, Judy Lange, Lisa J Levasseur, LiV, Walter Marin, Alexandra Mekhanik, Mikesch, Betsie Miller-Kunsz, Paris Leroy, Edna Piorko, Irena Procházková, Daniela Rebecchi, Sandra Schawalder, Shigeru K, Gladys Sica, Ildikó Terebesi, Anthony Vella, Ulla Wobst

Curated by Cristina Madini

Mon - Fri 11am - 7pm

Co-Existence 5 
November 19th - 30th, 2018
https://lnkd.in/g2wgUTG

Now in its 5th edition, the exhibition in question will be a real concert, which will involve artists of various nationalities aimed at living and capturing the glances on their own nomadist thinking, on coexistences and slips; all implemented with different techniques, and that in the spirit of these find the reason for unity. It is evident that the coexistence of various artistic languages that are correlated, interpenetrate and integrate, becomes an important parameter in the comprehension and evaluation of artistic expressions of different cultural realities as a tool able to provide a unitary reading key. Attention to different languages, knowledge and exchange with others find concrete ways and privileged channels of realization precisely in artistic and expressive languages. Towards this conciliatory direction, therefore, we must read the metamorphic capacity of art, ever more tended to fathom in the dynamics and alternating coexistence of oppositional systems the respect and recognition of alterity that struggles and requires a more mature reflection. To aspire to start and to promote, step by step, the search for a common reason, can in fact give an account of new possibilities for comparison and cultural growth.

Artists: Janice Alamanou, Jonathan Alfaro, Isabella Angelini, Antonella Argiroffo, Marina Bonatti, Greta Broglio, David Dai, Maria De Vido, Yari Di Giampietro, Chiara Di Donato, Onno Dröge, Ana Paola González, Andreina Guerrieri, Gary Hopkins, Osamu Jinguji , Stefanie Kamrath, Ioanna Konstantinou, Judy Lange, Ruggero Lenci, Lisa J Levasseur, LiV, Walter Marin, Andrea Massarelli, Alexandra Mekhanik, Betsie Miller-Kunsz, Elvio Miressi, Paris Leroy, Edna Piorko, Irena Procházková, Daniela Rebecchi, Caroline Rexborg , Sandra Schawalder, Shigeru K, Ildikó Terebesi, Silvia Withöft-Foremny

edited by Cristina Madini

meeting with the artists on Saturday November 24th from 5.00pm to 7.00pm
open from Mon to Fri 11am - 7pm
infoline: 06 60658125
My Gallery #Representative in #Rome#Italy "#RossoCinabro #Gallery" presents - New #Exhibition in December: "The Narrative Panorama" (3rd - 31st, 2018)

Nuove #opere:
Janice Alamanou - Body Scape 1 - photography on aluminium 50.8 x 76.2 cm
Pia Kintrup - Serie Matches 6.0 - unicum framed n. 12 photogrames cm 24 x 30 each one 2018
Osamu Jinguji - Time 3#003 - Selected from my album – “Funeral Procession of Time Part-III” Materials: Epson UltraSmooth Fine Art Paper Size: A2 50 x 70 cm
Angelo Rossi - Morosin auto - ecopelle imbottita su legno 70 x 70 cm 2010
Yalim Yildirim - Just three of us - ink and gouache on paper 25 x 25 cm
Yalim Yildirim - Inside Outside - ecoline on paper 25 x 25 cm