I-C presenta " Berlin project" mostra collettiva - Vernissage 18.10.12 start at 6 p.m.
Mostre, Germania, Berlin, 18 ottobre 2012
Berlin 13.okt.12
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Infantellina Contemporary
Schlueterstr,68B (Entry Pestalozzistrasse)
10625 Berlin (Berlin?Charlottenburg) Germany
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Infantellina Contemporary Gallery is
pleased to announce the INTERNATIONAL CONTEMPORARY ART group
exhibition that will close the exhibition programme of
GalleriaMonteoliveto in Berlin at Infantellina Contemporary from
October18 to 31, 2012 with the aim of proposing after the solo
exhibitions of Italian artists, a wide panorama of some actual
international works in the various categories, from painting to
photography, sculptures and video installations.

Opening Thursday, October 18 at 6 p.m.
with the artists:

Ayla AKSOYO?LU, Turkey, born in 1968 in
Ankara, graduated from the Faculty of Art at Gazi University, she had
her first solo exhibition in 2006 and then participated to many art
competitions, to the Florence Biennale and to 15 solo exhibitions in
Turkey and abroad. Living in Turkey, she writes for art magazines and
is member of Plastic Arts Clup of Black Sea, United Painters and
Sculptors Associations. In her work she uses traditional and
international plastic characters, colours and deformation.




Sieglinde BATTLEY, born in the town of
Gumbinnen in East Prussia, once part of Germany (now called Gusev and
belonging to Russia), the artist has studied Graphic Design at
Kuntschule Westend under Carlo Ruppert, Frankfurt am Main, where she
was trained as a graphic designer and has a Germany Diploma in Fine
Art, at Claremont School of Art, WA. She has lived and worked in
Norway, Indonesia and Iran before settling in Australia in 1978. ?I
paint what I see, hear, feel and think every day and at night. I make
up stories about this concoction and put it on paper and canvas. I
often depict animals that become symbols of my own fears, hopes and
desires as well. Often I am surprised what looks back at me from my
canvas?.




Karla BLANCHARD, Venezuelan, with a
career in architecture and a strong sense of structure still
pervasive in her kinetically contemporary works with a style she
calls "deconstructionistabstract expressionism?, explores
humanity?s interactions within the urban environments breaking
through the two dimensional barriers normally associated with
painting. Polystyrene sheets applied to the gridded surfaces in
richly textured movements engulfed in waves of ethereal colour,
shattering the works? rigid pixilation as they blend and breathe
beyond the blackness. Enigmatic numbers and text emerge from the
thick surfaces, hinting at the codes, demographics and
categorizations so pervasive in modern life.




Violaine BLANCHET born in France in
1980, the young artist lives and works in the region of Gard (30) at
Aigues- Vives. Graduated in ceramic decoration in St Victor les Oules
in 2003, she realizes intriguing sculptures in ceramic, sometimes
foolish, always very stunning on the theme of the women inspired by
the everyday life. A solo exhibition in Naples (Italy) with the
gallery, many participations to events and art fairs where she has
received many distinctions and prizes.

OKTOBERFEST is inspired by the Beer
Festival in Munich! She is in white fa�ence enameled and decorated
with liquid gold.




Astrid CASTILLO QUESADA, Spanish
origin, living in Germany, with international orientation the topic
of her work is curiosity about man. Inquisitive, Curious and
Inquiring man, her pictures reflect people in their current role in
society, as she personally perceives it. "Many years ago the topic
of homosexuality awakened a great deal of interest in me regarding
the ability to change, the conflict with society, but above all the
sometimes considerable, internal conflicting feelings of homosexuals.
I wanted to deal with this curiosity in my current works. In English,
-gay- also means "happy, jolly, fun loving". Driven by
curiosity, I would like to capture these different facets in the
picture!?



Nandita CHAUDHURI (India), MA Visual
Art Camberwell, University of Arts, London, Research Center for
Transnational Art identity and Nation (TrAIN) London; post graduate
diploma of Fine Art Chelsea. Her works, mostly abstract with strong
emotional elements with a transational context riche in texture, have
been selected for several auctions, the Royal Academy, Museums and
outdoor installations in London. "It is through archaeological
incision that we can dig deeper behind plastic manacled veneers to
perceive elusive and invisible entities?.




Cristina CIANCI, born in Italy,
attended the Accademia di Belle Arti in Naples in 2004, with a
specialization in Graphics in 2005. She is realizing a great series
of works that are part of the Magna Mater Project, to represent the
symbolic expression of the archetype of the Mother: the form becomes
the symbol and the rhythm becomes a structuring through the
organization of the visual forms. In Berlin she presents a new
installation/ video performance where the sea, its waves and its
sound have the major place.




Charlotte ENGELHAART (Norway), After
Graphic studies in Sorumsand and Art School in Oslo, the artist
education continued at the National Academy of Fine Art in KHIIB and
from 2003 she had many solo and group exhibition in different
galleries in Norway. The artist presents an installation with several
small pieces of paintings played with different possibilities on how
to read the image. Each painting is a part of the composition
where figure, colour and the pure material of painting distorts or
influences the context of the image in multiple ways.




FOCUS KOREA: Inkyo Back, Nayeon Jasmina
Han, Bokyung Becky Kim, and Misoon Park are all born in South Korea
in the eighties and they live in Seoul, USA and Japan. Project KOREA
proposes a series of installations, digital and graphic works and
colour representation paintings realized with a singular philosophy
and through innovative representation techniques and use of colours
in all different themes. The colours are the main protagonist of
Inkyo BACK installations: tape, tubing, yarn, clay, wire, tile and
other materials create a dynamic and visually interesting space that
captures the viewer in a web of colour, a controlled chaotic display
of pattern, shape and colour. The graphic works of Nayeon Jasmina HAN
are directly influenced by hyperrealism and performances. She
represents in a very fresh and funny way some crazy moments of the
everyday life, in a form that recalls magazine and advertising
representation. Bokyung Becky KIM modern colour painting works -
using intense colours in flatness instead of shade and black as a
contrast element - follow 3 major features of Korea�??s traditional
folk paintings: the planar configuration by diagramming, the
simplified expression and the decoration. In the digital graphic
works of Misoon PARK, re-composition and dissolution are the central
theme of artefacts recomposed by the creative imagination of the
artist. Reinterpreting portraits and objects, she realizes
imaginative scenes as the intersection of fields and newly drawn
stories.




Jos� GALLEGO (Spain), born in Hell�n
(Albacete), graduated in Filolog�a Rom�nica (Murcia), licenciado in
Literatura Moderna (Pau, Burdeos), is an active professor and has
exhibited his photographs frequently throughout Spain and in the
United States. His works have appeared in major publications such as
National Geographic, El Pais, and Digital Photo. Member of
Photographers Professional Europe and Award-winning Spanish
photographer, the artist presents the fascinating action of man over
nature creating different, borderland spaces, where neither nature
nor man feel at ease. A reflection upon our own role in nature. The
work vaguely recreates a surrealistic atmosphere close to
abstraction, a urban scene devoid of personal connection, as vacant
modern buildings. "I still consider photography as a means of
showing a different reality but starting from real material ?to
establish a dialogue between the real and the absurd.?




Asli KUTLUAY (Turkey), Searching for
the reflection of transparency games and discovered shapes on the
main form, the artist tries to catch "one moment? with sketchy
linear shapes following and emphasizing most exciting forms. Strong
colour in opposition with the limpidity work, the character occupies
all the space. "My Atlantis character is representing a woman
figure with her special hand detail, depicted with lines and
transparent patches with the detail of Mutant who has the abilities
to change into a fish woman.?




Vito MATERA, born in Italy in Gravina
in Puglia during August 1944, a childhood in bottega, classical
studies, graduated in Philosophy at Bari University with a thesis
Aesthetic entitled "The question of the pictorial space?. His
artistic path begins with the classic world and the series of the
Deliadi, where he begins to take the distance from the traditional
image of a painful South and recover its fantastic and cultural
identity. In his paintings he uses all techniques from drawing to
aquarelle, china, acrylic and his Tabulae Pictae have been exhibited
in Barcelona, Lisbon, Paris and Salisbury, Turin, New York, London.




Fred MOU (Switzerland), architect,
studied at the Institute of Architecture in Geneva and subsequently
at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris and at the Art Institute of
Milan. Besides its core business as an architect, his travels and
encounters between the Asian world and the western countries have
allowed him to appreciate and understand the world and its symbols.
His training as an architect reveals at the first glance in the
elegance of his work and his unique way to combine nature and symbols
gave birth to the "Animasymbolism". In his artworks, the
artist explores the tension of the forms, the balance of lines and
realizes a bridge between the aesthetic gesture and the archetypal
essence he wishes to reveal.




Umeko OKANO born in Japan, Hiroshima in
rich and cultivated environment, a master in Oriental History, she
discovers in 2003 the light of Malta island. Winner of many prizes
among them the Gold Prize of "Onomichi Painting exhibition?, the
"Fine Art Award of painting Japanese Nature?, she participates to
many exhibitions: Japan, United States, Turkey, Malta, Spain. Her
work: "An airplane making its way in the sky, the nature. It looks
rather lonely with clouds appearing around it, which looks as if
these were to catch the small thing and take it in. However it does
nothing but flying leaving a trail around, aiming for its destination
in the continuous unforeseen moments and a kind of an atmosphere of
tension and dynamism without any holders. My imagination was fired up
by the look and I was moved.




VAL, French artist grown up on the
French Riviera, lives and works in Paris. After undergraduate
studies in semiotics and literary science, she obtained a master in
modern literature and became a journalist. In 2007 a gallery owner
noticed her work and thus began her new full-time career. Her
technique is based on working with various sheets of metal. She cuts
her raw aluminium sheets, building worlds where contemporary urbanity
blends in with pictorial abstraction and various traditional symbols
and directly covers the metal with acrylic paint, finishing it with
an epoxy coating that helps saturate the colours, emphasize and
enlighten everything.




Teresa YOUNG (Canada) started painting
in oils at the age of eight and expanded her skills with a strict
discipline of drawing. Moving from realism into abstraction and from
oils to acrylics, she was able to develop techniques to create a
vivid style that is detailed, visually appealing and technically
disciplined. The work Carnival presented in Berlin after a
successful exhibition in Paris 2011 is a flowing painting that evokes
joyous abandon and emotions. As an expression of the beauty in the
world around us, it successfully captures feelings that the viewer
can connect with.




SPECIAL GUEST Olga ANTONENKO ?
LAMOUREUX (Ukraine/France)

Olga Antonenko, Ukraine born, Paris has
seduced her. She won the contest in Chicago, where her fresco on the
walls of the airport, has opened her the gates of Europe. A work
always in progress, never satisfied with what has already been
achieved, this is the definition of Olga Antonenko?s artistic
creation.After having used only painting, she now incorporates in her
paintings many different materials using bright touches to illuminate
her works "When it snows, I paint the sun.When it rains, I paint
the sun. When night falls, I paint the sun. I paint the sun even when
it shines.I think in color.?

Jean Lamoureux, born in Paris, where he
is a teacher, in his career the precedence is given to education,
contact with young people and adults a taste of French he tries to
pass on to others.

The words of Jean Lamoureux give to the
works the dimension of poetry where the images take shape. Between
him and Olga, a covenant is sealed for the best and the worst: brush
and pen complement, intertwine, sometimes inspired, exchange
sensitivities to discover common and complementary flavors or to
emphasize different approaches.

In Berlin is exhibited a wide and
singular representation full of details of the FOUR SEASONS.

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