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“Fluido” Curated by Barbara Fragogna and Lui Medina at Artinformal

January 31, 2019 @ 6:00 pm - February 28, 2019 @ 7:00 pm

Artinformal, in collaboration with Fusion Art Gallery / Inaudita in Turin, is pleased to present FLUIDO, a collective exhibition curated by Barbara Fragogna and Lui Medina, opening on Jan 31 2019, 6PM, at the gallery’s Greenhills space.

The exhibition will run until Feb 28 2019. Four Italian artists (Sebastiano Mortellaro, Davies Zambotti, Renzo Marasca, and Barbara Fragogna) and four Filipino artists (Lui Medina, Christina Quisumbing Ramilo, Dharma Bum, and Paulo Vinluan) will present works that contemplate on the question of ‘place.’

In a paradoxical world, where the terms liquidity, fluidity, exchange, travel, movement suggest a predominantly positive meaning, one can spot the doubt of constraint: should one start looking for the perfect place? Should we abandon the unwelcoming homeland? Should one cross the borders out of necessity?

The artists, as ambassadors of a universal desire, question themselves and give their answer by seeking feasible and non-utopian solutions, suggesting alternative ways and shaping, with their plastic intellect and through their own mediums, visions of the present as a base for an accessible future.

By combining the work of these eight artists coming from different paths, artistically and culturally, the exhibition in itself finds its fulfillment and completion in the “neutral” place of the gallery/project space.

FLUIDO is presented in partnership with the Philippine-Italian Association, the Italian Chamber of Commerce in the Philippines, and Prestige Paper Products.

– from the website of Artinformal


January 31, 2019 @ 6:00 pm
February 28, 2019 @ 7:00 pm
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277 Connecticut Street, Greenhills East
Mandaluyong, Philippines
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63 (2) 725 8518 or 63 (918) 899 2698
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