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— Academy Awards - NABA Milan —

Emre Baloglu | Irene Belfi | Martina Brembati | Gloria Carucci | Cosimo Casoni | Fabio Cattelan | Nicolò Colciago | Irene Coppola | Filip Adrian Dziegielewski | Elisabetta Falanga | Giulia Fumagalli | Roberta Garbagnati | Alice Gerosa | Francesca Grossi | Cecilie Hjelvik Andersen | Po-Tzu Huang | Jessica Laufer | Alessandro Lenzolari | Giulia Maiorano | Giorgia Mocilnik | Flavia Montecchi | Serena Nassini | Maria Cecilia Nelli | Giulia Pellegrini | Daniela Peracchi | Alessandra Piga | Claudia Ponzi | Lavinia Raccanello | Giulia Ratti | Alkim Andrea Reggioli | Maria Luisa Ronchi | Florencia Sanchez | Irene Sartorio | Davide Serpetti | Sofia Sita | Mauro Valsecchi | Aberto Venturini | Martina Viganò | Federica Vesprini | Sara Zioni

Exhibition

Viafarini

Via Giulio Cesare Procaccini 4, 20154 Milano

From June 14, 2012
to July 26, 2012


OPENING

14

June 14, 2012
6:30 p.m. - 9 p.m.



ABOUT

Barbarie (barbarity), structured by Dipartimento di Arti Visive of NABA Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti in Milan, is the project presented by Marcello Maloberti and Adrian Paci and directed by Marco Scotini. Barbarie is here intended as an attitude and inclination towards the art experience which moves along boundaries of ordinary languages and is detected in the proximity of the works, selected among those made by Threeyear BA Painting and Visual Arts’ students. The capability of creating new forces, concepts and obsessions, comes, indeed, from the possibility of exploiting the language, moving in a territory, which remains, however, always foreign. This potential power of the language is perceived as necessarily and obstinately barbarian. Students have looked naturally at everything that dialogues with the “instinctive” that comes out from the actual readiness and necessity, focusing on the relevance of a desiring dimension, which stands for the ground of the artistic creation. (press release extract)