Apr 6, 2013
In a rare turnabout, six New-York-City based, Italian-born artists launch “Italian Vibrations,” an extraordinary exhibit at Provenance Center in New London, before taking their show to New York City galleries. This not-to-be-missed exhibition features digital art, sculptures, paintings and installations, including the complex and fascinating 3-by-20-foot “Stitched Bridge” piece composed of rags, wire and paper by Borinquen Gallo. Through its various mediums, the exhibit seeks to merge contemporary societal issues with spiritual roots and traditions of Italian heritage. The Center welcomes Guest Curator Alessandro Berni and more than 20 works of art. The featured artists are Borinquen Gallo, Antonio Pio Saracino, Andrea Bianconi, Verdiana Patacchini, Paolo Pelosini and Alessandro Del Pero.
Provenance Center hosts this world-class presentation in conjunction with a nationwide celebration of “2013 – Year of Italian Culture in the United States,” a concept showcasing Italian culture and what it means to the American public. The Italian artists in the New London exhibit perfectly exemplify one of the tenants of the initiative, with a series of events of new Italian talent alongside the legacy of Italy’s Masters.
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