Total Recall. Community Art Project for Charity
Art Project created to support families and people in economic hardship through the Association San Fedele Onlus, Health Care Division, curated by Rossella Farinotti. Renata Bianconi is proud to announce the project Total Recall. Community Art Project for Charity curated by Rossella Farinotti. Galleria Bianconi and all its artists will welcome emerging Italian artists to create an exhibition whose proceeds will be partially donated to Association San Fedele Onlus, Health Care Division, to help the families and people in economic hardship, hoping to grant a positive contribution to the rebirth of us all, experiencing this hard struggle to return to life and be together again. The works by Umberto Bignardi, Paola Di Bello, Gioia Di Girolamo, Elena El Asmar, Mishka Henner, Ugo La Pietra, Lolo & Sosaku, Fausta Squatriti will be thus dialoguing with those of guest artists selected by Rossella Farinotti: Davide Allieri, Ludovica Anversa, Nicolò Baraggioli, Francesco Bertocco, Lucia Cristiani, Silvia Mariotti, Matteo Messori, Gianluca Ragni, Chris Rocchegiani. How does man react to a catastrophe? Total Recall suggests codes to get us back into action through the active processes of man and nature, spurred to collaborate with each other. These processes, focused on the message of collaborating, will be the thematic core of the exhibition which will be opening at Galleria Bianconi, Via Lecco 20 in Milan, with three days of private views starting from the 11th June until 13th June from 11am until 8 pm, to allow a safe access to the public to the exhibition space.
The exhibition at Galleria Bianconi wants to show that resistance and love for the others prevail over everything else: the gallery’s artists put themselves at stake by engaging in dialogue with new “guests”, bringing about an ideal embrace. The “guests” are a group of Italian artists belonging to different generations and selected by Rossella Farinotti for their powerful stylistic impact, the diversified use of matter and techniques and the sensitive glance on everything. The gallery thus becomes a background of thoughts and actions that once more testify how culture is resisting and how artists, following a path disseminated by hints to observe, show new points of view on what is happening around us, indicating us the way forward.
The exhibition will continue throughout the summer until 7th August 2020 and it will be open to the public from Monday to Friday, 10.30 am – 1 pm / 2.30 pm – 7 pm.