The Italian Institute of Culture (IIC) in Buenos Aires, under the patronage of the Artistic Cultural Association of Friuli Venezia Giulia of Udine, presents "ItaliArts". On Mar. 10, about 40 works by some of the recent years’ most successful Italian artists - mainly from Friuli-Venezia Giulia and the Triveneto area - whose work has been shown in many European cities, will be on display in the Argentine capital. These artists’ brushstrokes and intense colours emphasise a very Mediterranean interpretation of creative sensitivity. The exhibition will also present a cross-section of the latest trends in contemporary Italian art and can be considered as an example of many of the currents, thrusts and impulses that have marked Italian art over the last three decades.
The 40 artists are: Enzo Angiuoni, Clara Benedetti Orsano, Daniela Beschi, Adriano Bolzan, Chiara Borsi, Francesco Borzani, Alda Boscaro, Romano Buratti, Anna Caneva, Giancarlo Caneva, Giuliano Caneva, Clelia Cortemiglia, Pierluigi De Lutti, Livio Fantini, Massimo Ferri, Claudio Mario Feruglio, Gian Il Camponese, Gian Pietro Ghidoni, Luigi Imbriale, La Pupazza, Leona K, Vittorio Gisberto Mariotti, Gun Mattson, Attilio Melato, Manfred Myka, Fiamma Morelli, Lina Moretti, Giampaolo Muliari, Donato Pace, Moreno Panozzo, Rita Paola, Pier Antonio Pelloni, Massimo Puppi, Claudia Raza, Paola Rinaldi, Silvana Scarpa, Sergio Simeoni (Serpic), Vittorio Sopracase, Gino Tonello and Luciana Vassena.