In the exhibition also the Elena Rede’s famous Re Nasci.
Andy of Bluvertigo‘s fantastic dj set in the enchanting setting of the Art Nouveau building that is the Miramare The Palace proved to be a splendid setting for the vernissage of Sinestesie, a group show running until 30th September in Sanremo.
“Sinestesie”, already previewed during the Sanremo Music Festival, “is union between music and art, between color and notes” – as in the words of the Artistic Director Elena Rede introducing the new exhibition, where is possible to see one of her never before seen works, one-of-a-kind bronze specimen, which takes its name from the exhibition and exclusively presented at the opening.
The exhibition benefits from the partnership of FI.OR.ART, SMART and the Cultural Association the Friends of Sempiterne chaired by Simona Fontana. Every year the halls of the magnificent Art Nouveau palace of the Miramare host a tribute to contemporary art. Both Director Alessandro Materazzi and Administration Manager Valeria Montaldo are collaborating on this prestigious event. The facility also welcomes many VIPs during the Sanremo Music Festival: from Irama to Renga, from Il Volo to Gigi D’Alessio, from Mengoni to Boldi are among those who have frequented it and many important personalities from Arab countries as well.
The exhibition halls feature works by Andy of Bluvertigo, Luca Alinari, Italo Corrado, Marika Laganà and Diego Papagna.
A magical multicolored kaleidoscope enhances Pop Art by Andy of Bluvertigo: a tribute to Yves Saint Laurent‘s Haute Couture reigns among the works. His delicate and bright colors have brought him closer to the world of advertising and fashion with fashion collaborations such as the one with Maison Coveri.
Elena, in addition to her new work, has on display the famous Re Nasci and as an artist has met the appreciation of many famous art critics including Vittorio Sgarbi, Giovanni Faccenda, Philippe Daverio. “I burn, corrode, sculpt, empty. I would like to release from matter the essence, the truth… the beauty that is Spirit”. A few words that the artist, like a mantra, lives within her art in a kind of indefinable time-space. Various and prestigious the internationally public awards she has collected so far. Her most important exhibitions over the years include the one at Villa Doria Pamphili (Rome), at the Stattbad Museum (Berlin), at the Carrousel du Louvre (Paris), at Art Basel (Miami), at the Expo Italy Pavilion (Milan), at Sanat Fuari (Istanbul), at the Grimaldi Forum (Principality of Monaco), at the Venice Biennale and at Palazzo Verbania on the Italian-Swiss border on Lake Maggiore.
Luca Alinari leads us by the hand into a parallel, dreamlike dimension that takes us back to Tamara de Lempicka‘s Art Deco, with a work that leads to places “actually dwelling in an imaginative elsewhere”, as Giovanni Faccenda suggests.
The hues of the planets Neptune and Jupiter pervade Italo Corrado‘s works and vibrate with the whimsical musical genius imbued with magical mysticism. The creativity of an artist who has exhibited in prestigious venues recharges the user with its precious nuances. Italo Corrado, for the third year at the Miramare, attended the Brera Academy of Fine Arts in Milan, he’s deputy director of the Lombard Lakes Festival and has exhibited in major venues including the Prada Foundation in Milan.
Into this tourbillon of light and color also comes Marika Laganà with her delicate and shining resins. The artist began painting at an early age in the family’s historic Atelier, located in Milan at Vicolo dei Lavandai, a historic monument recognized for its special location on the Naviglio Grande canal. Marika was already present last year at the Miramare.
A photographer with more than 10 years of experience, Diego Papagna is a visual artist and is primarily involved in photography, styling and set design. The food sector has led him to win several major international awards.
Admission is free for the works displayed in the hotel halls and Elena Rede’s King Nasci.