Rossocinabro and Tapropane | Reception: September 15 at 5-7pm

Moving Ideas 4

8 – 22 September, 2023

For Rome Future Week first edition 

Rossocinabro and Tapropane Art are excited to announce our new exhibition for Rome Future Week, Moving Ideas 4. The exhibition is characterized by 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 single reading that remains unchanged. It’s almost a “work in progress”, because we committ every day, and will continue to do so in the future, to welcome and bear witness of the new paths that current art is expressing in its evolution; experiences that force artists to measure themselves with new points of view, new materials, new mental processes, with the sense of a society in which the speed of continuous change does not allow slower rhythms of reflection on reality.

Moving Ideas è un evento ufficiale inserito nella Rome Future Week organizzato da Rossocinabro e Tapropane Art.

E’ il desiderio di condividere un percorso nel contemporaneo, senza forzare una lettura univoca. La volontà di creare un dialogo con i visitatori, un confronto continuo, senza imbalsamare le opere in una lettura che resti immutata. Un “work in progress”, poiché ci impegniamo quotidianamente, e continueremo nel futuro, ad accogliere e testimoniare i nuovi percorsi che l’arte d’oggi va esprimendo nella sua evoluzione; percorsi che obbligano gli artisti a misurarsi con nuovi punti di vista, con nuovi materiali, con nuovi processi mentali, con il senso di una società in cui la velocità del cambiamento non permette ritmi più lenti di riflessione sulla realtà.

Rossocinabro:  Kimberly Adamis (USA), Laura Casini (Switzerland), Walter Bohm (Italia), Mariana Branco (Brazil), André Colinet (Belgium), Lidija Commeça (Germany), Alessio Costantini (Italia), Shahi Dayekh (Lebanon), Fadiese (France), Fina Ferrara (Mexico), GetFreaky (Taiwan), Aurélie Goarzin (La Reunion), Jo Going (USA), GusColors (USA), Jennifer Boyuan Han (China), Corina Karstenberg (The Netherlands), Monika Katterwe (Germany), Tommi Ketonen (Finland), Rebeccah Klodt (USA), Sunim Koh (South Korea), Kirsten Kohrt (Germany), Chikara Komura (Japan), Lettice Lang (UK), Anya Lauchlan (UK), Fiona Livingstone (Australia), Paul Scott Malone (USA), Denitsa Mihaylova (Bulgaria), Cox Nathanael (USA), Yuri Okada (Japan), Pawel Opalinski (Poland), Sal Ponce Enrile (Philippines), Jean-Paul Soujol Benedetti (France), Christophe Szkudlarek (France), Taka & Megu (Japan), Josefina Temin (México), Kai-Yen Tu (Taiwan), Mariёlle Vroemen (The Netherlands), Pu Wei (China), Sodoma Xia (UK)

Hub Impact Roma:  Toni Altenstrasser, Ayuna, Sergio Belo, Elisabetta Borgognoni, Benedetta Dell’Uomo, Fadiese, Romana Hostnig, Alexandra Kordas, Mario Manuel, Indi Bella Pajonk, Masayo Sakai, Sonia Salvetti

HUB IMPACT ROMA –  Via Palermo 41 –  00184 Roma

The importance of looking and seeing from different aspects of reality.

Cristina Madini

curator

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