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Alessandro Giannì

Alessandro Giannì (Rome 1989). In his research the analog practice of painting merges with the use of the internet and new media. Within his production coexist different types of works, both of a traditional art such as painting, drawing and sculpture, and of a technological nature thanks to the use of AI, VR, 3D video and 3D printing.

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Dario Carratta

Dario Carratta (Gallipoli, 1988) lives and works in Rome. 

He uses painting to transfer on canvas dystopian visions, animated by characters at the limit between the physicality of the real and the evanescence of the dream. The dreamlike character of his paintings is more murky than idyllic, dominated by a gloomy temperature that seems to evoke a post-human existentialism. His painting gives an unexpected lyricism, which allows to crystallize moments endowed with a paradoxical, psychic and grotesque grace. These are magical and disturbing events, where the unconscious takes over and destabilizes the logical sense.

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Andrea Polichetti

Andrea Polichetti (1989), lives and works in Rome.

His research draws on the archaeological imagination through an experimentation on contemporary materials, expressing himself through different languages ranging from drawing, printing, cyanotype to sculpture. His work reflects on the implications of impermanence and transience of time, relating to the natural element.

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Federika Fumarola

Federika Fumarola’s artistic research originates in the analysis of human nature related to the many habitats that surround it. 

Studies on anthropology, psychoanalysis, music, architecture, philosophy,  converge within recurring themes that have as common denominator the focus of artistic action developed in the experience of the moment, as the only possible path for a re-actualization of the work.

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Valerio Di Fiore

He lives and works in Rome.

From the second half of the 90’s he dedicated himself to the pictorial research and to the study of urban subcultures, which later led him to develop a personal process of hybridization between traditional media and inner city languages, creating a dialogue between underground culture and contemporary art.

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