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CHIANCIANO BIENNALE 2013

ART MUSEUM CHIANCIANO


Front Cover / Copertina Detail of “The Thames by Night” by Aelita Andre, Acrylic on Canvas


BIENNALE OF CHIANCIANO 2013

CHIANCIANO ART MUSEUM


INTRODUCTION The Biennale of Chianciano is a wonderful opportunity to understand and enjoy contemporary art from all around the world. The preparations take over a year as artworks are selected from over two thousand artists from over thirty different nations. The international curators responsible for this difficult undertaking are in fact the same professionals who also organise the London Art Biennale, as well as exhibitions in renowned institutions such as the Victoria & Albert and Lord Leighton Museums in London. Nearly four hundred artworks from one hundred and twenty artists are thoughtfully displayed over three thousand square meters of the Chianciano Art Museum, creating a harmonious, stimulating and unique experience for the viewer. Masterpieces from the permanent collection, such as works by Salvador Dalì and Albrecht Durer, are temporarily removed for this special occasion, making space and paving the way for the exceptional contemporary talents that are the Biennale of Chianciano 2013.

Palma the Younger “Portrait of Pope Pius V”

The artist that finished Titian’s “La Pietà”

Provenance: Count Cervini

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INTRODUZIONE La Biennale di Chianciano è una meravigliosa opportunità di comprendere ed apprezzare l’arte contemporanea proveniente da tutto il mondo. I preparativi necessitano di più di un anno di lavoro e le opere d’arte sono selezionate tra circa 2000 artisti provenienti da più di 30 differenti nazioni. I curatori internazionali responsabili di questa difficile impresa sono, non a caso, professionisti che vantano l’organizzazione di eventi quali la London Art Biennale così come di esibizioni presso rinomate istituzioni quali il Victoria & Albert Museum e il Lord Leighton Museums di Londra. Quasi 400 opere di oltre 120 artisti sono accuratamente selezionate ed esposte su 3000 metri quadri del Museo di Chianciano Terme, creando un’esperienza armoniosa, stimolante ed unica per lo spettatore. I capolavori appartenenti alla collezione permanente, come ad esempio le opere di Salvador Dalì, Albrecht Dürer e Rembrandt sono per questa speciale occasione temporaneamente rimosse in modo da lasciare spazio ed aprire la strada agli eccezionali talenti contemporanei che la Biennale di Chianciano 2013 presenta.

Albrecht Dürer “Giocchino e l’Angelo”

Incisione Originale/original woodcut, 1504

Provenance: Cincinnati Art Museum

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PREFAZIONE L’arte unisce i popoli. Le lingue non sono globalmente comprensibili, sono differenti, rispecchiano culture e civiltà diverse. Le parole sono a volte semplici suoni. Dalla bocca dell’interlocutore escono vibrazioni che rimangono tali, senza alcun senso, senza nessuna familiarità. L’arte, al contrario, è la lingua universale. In questa prefazione desidero parlare a braccio, descrivendo ciò che l’arte ci ha regalato nei millenni. Non in ordine di movimenti o epoche bensì ritornando con la memoria a ciò che ho studiato, alle opere che ho visto nei musei, a ciò che in fondo mi ha dato la consapevolezza che l’arte è un passaporto per capire non solo la bellezza e l’estetica ma anche per entrare nella storia e nella cultura, per comprendere meglio l’uomo, ciò che egli percepisce e ciò che possiede interiormente. Ricordo, ad esempio, un’interessante citazione di Plinio il Vecchio il quale descrivendo un quadro romano disse che l’opera era talmente realista da indurre un uccello che la vide a cercare di beccare l’uva rappresentata nel dipinto. Ciò dimostra che più di duemila anni fà esisteva già una grande capacità artistica, uno studio delle forme, una riproduzione perfetta della realtà. L’arte rappresenta tutto: rappresenta la bellezza quando ammiriamo la Venere di Botticelli che esce dalle acque; rappresenta la crudeltà quando osserviamo Artemisia Gentileschi, la nota artista caravaggesca figlia di Orazio Gentileschi, nella sua grande creazione Giuditta decapita Oloferne. In opere come La battaglia di San Romano di Paolo Uccello, i cui tre pannelli sono esposti rispettivamente presso la National Gallery di Londra, il Louvre di Parigi e gli Uffizzi di Firenze, osserviamo la guerra ed i cavalieri.

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L’espressione dell’eterno conflitto dell’uomo, ieri a cavallo e oggi con carri armati e missili. Nell’arte osserviamo angoscia e paura, come nell’ Urlo di Munch, nonché gioia e serenità nella rappresentazione della Madonna di Piero della Francesca conservata nella Pinacoteca Comunale di Sansepolcro. L’arte in definitiva riproduce il mondo, con il suo passato e il suo futuro. Non è altro che un racconto, fatto non di simboli e scrittura ma di colori, linee e armonie. E’ più immediata della parola eppure allo stesso tempo ci chiede di scoprirla meglio, di cercare di capire cosa davvero l’autore voleva esprimere. L’immediatezza della percezione ma anche lo studio di ciò che a prima vista l’opera ci tiene nascosto. L’arte contemporanea rappresenta tutti i magici momenti del passato, rivisitati e ripensati dagli artisti di oggi. Un osservatore potrebbe facilmente arguire: “Dove possiamo trovare l’arte astratta nei tempi remoti?”. La risposta è facile. Ci possiamo tuffare nei fantastici cieli di Turner e di Constable nei quali si vede un’immagine in cui l’anima dell’uomo si specchia, l’astrazione è palese, la percezione che riceviamo dai colori è infinita seppure sempre diversa da osservatore a osservatore. Potrei continuare la mia breve analisi parlando ulteriormente dell’arte contemporanea, dell’arte di oggi, ma sono certo che disturberei l’analisi dello spettatore, il quale deve invece guardare a questa interessante pubblicazione con occhio attento e svincolato da pregiudizi per giungere infine ad una conclusione unica e personale che possa spaziare libera nel suo intelletto.

Roberto Gagliardi Sindacato Nazionale Giornalisti Inglesi 7


PREFACE Art connects people. Languages are not global, languages are different thus reflecting cultures and civilisations. Words are often incomprehensible sounds. Vocal cords emanate vibrations that are in many instances unfamiliar and void of all meaning. Art, by contrast, is universal. It is my wish to explore what art has given to mankind over millennia. However, I will not approach this issue academically by describing artistic movements in any particular order, in fact, my desire is to fall back on what I have seen in museums, my thoughts and what I have learned during my studies. Art is not only a path that concerns beauty and aesthetics, it also gives insight and allows us to better understand mankind and the inner nature of humanity. I remember, for example, an interesting quote by Pliny the Elder who described an ancient Roman Painting as so realistic that a bird attempted to eat the grapes depicted. We are reminded by such references that, even two thousand years ago, there was already artistic excellence through the search for form, light and colour to reproduce and capture reality. I believe that art serves as a mirror into our being: it represents beauty when we admire Botticelli’s “Venus” emerging from the ocean and it reminds us of cruelty in the masterpiece “Judith Beheading Holofernes” by Artemisia Gentileschi, noteworthy follower of Caravaggio and daughter of Orazio Gentileschi. Works such as “The battle of San Romano” by Paolo Uccello, a painting on three panels exhibited respectively in the National Gallery in London, the Louvre in Paris and the Uffizzi in Florence, encapsulate war and mass bloodshed. We see man’s eternal conflict, once on horseback and now with tanks and missiles.

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In Munch’s “Scream” we understand anguish and, in the Pinacoteca Comunale di Sansepolcro, we see joy and serenity in the eyes of the Madonna painted by Piero della Francesca. The world can be analysed through art, its past and possibly its future. We are told a story without words but with colours, lines and harmony. A visual message that is more direct than the written word but that requires time and study in the never ending search for meaning. Finally, Contemporary Art must invent, but it must also represent all the magic moments of the past, revisited, analysed and expanded by today’s creative talents. An observer could easily pose the question “Where does abstract art come from?”. The answer is complex, possibly spanning over countless years, but as one dives into the fantastic skies painted by Turner or Constable, we see a reflection of our souls. The abstract form of these artworks is evident and the perceptions of the individual viewer are potentially infinite, if not totally unique. I could continue my brief analysis, venturing further into the realms of the contemporary, but I fear that I would condition rather than aid the reader, who must view this publication with care, free from prejudice and at liberty with one’s intellect.

Roberto Gagliardi National Union of Journalists, UK

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Artists

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BIENNALE

Khaled Abul-Dahab “Beauty of Egypt” - Photograph

Egypt 12


CHIANCIANO

Misa Aihara “En Cxambro 13-1” - Oil on Canvas

Japan 13


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Olugbenga Akhuemonkhan in collaboration with Simon Bazuaye

“My Grandfather’s Bike” - Digital Artwork

Nigeria 14


CHIANCIANO

Bdoor Al-sudiry “Portrait of the Palm Tree” - Sculpture

Kingdom of Saudi Arabia 15


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Christine Allan “Not so Simple”- Mixed Media on Canvas

Canada 16


CHIANCIANO

Katrin Alvarez “Curriculum Vitae” - Oil on Canvas

Germany 17


BIENNALE

Tanya Alvits “Cranium - Skull Roller” - Acrylic on Canvas

Denmark 18


CHIANCIANO

Antonio Anastasia “Composizione di Natura Morta” - Oil on Canvas

Italy 19


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Aelita Andre “Magical Spirit Unicorn Galaxy” - Mixed Media on Canvas

Australia 20


CHIANCIANO

Silvia Anguelova “The Eternal Feminine, Untitled”- Photograph

Bulgaria 21


BIENNALE

Anna Maria Artegiani “Dervisci Danzanti” - Oil on Canvas

Italy 22


CHIANCIANO

Aziralili “New London’s Afternoon”- Oil on Canvas

Poland 23


BIENNALE

Letizia Barbi “Esplosione di Colori” - Acrylic on Canvas

Italy 24


CHIANCIANO

Leonardo Beccegato “Passeggiando una Sera d’Estate” - Oil on Canvas

Italy 25


BIENNALE

Marzia Bellesso “Leggerezza dell’Essere” - Acrylic on Paper

Italy 26


CHIANCIANO

Lotta Björk “The Flame”- Oil on Canvas

Sweden 27


BIENNALE

Asli Bolayir “Where to Find Pink Skyes and Yellow Seas?” - Digital Artwork

Cyprus 28


CHIANCIANO

Mari Bueno “Warming Earth”- Oil on Canvas

Brazil 29


BIENNALE

Michael Butterly “Lust, Caution” - Oil on Canvas

United Kingdom 30


CHIANCIANO

Adriana Campagnaro “Frammenti di Luce”- Oil on Canvas

Italy 31


BIENNALE

Kerry Cannon “The Gooney Bird” - Bronze Sculpture

Australia 32


CHIANCIANO

Caryrenne “Rainbow at Night” - Acrylic on Canvas

Spain 33


BIENNALE

Kikuya Chida “Typhoon” - Ink and Watercolor on Washi Paper

Japan 34


CHIANCIANO

De Benedictis Corrado “Corpi Diafani” - Oil on Canvas

Italy 35


BIENNALE

de Hansi “Smalltalk” - Acrylic on Canvas

Denmark 36


CHIANCIANO

Carlos Del Secco “Piccolo Dittico n.3” - Ink on Paper

Italy 37


BIENNALE

Torben Din “Samurai” - Acrylic on Canvas

Denmark 38


CHIANCIANO

Ayşe Döler “Funny Cats” - Mixed media on Board

Turkey 39


BIENNALE

Bengt Duvert “Waiting”- Oil on Board

Sweden 40


CHIANCIANO

Lucas van Eeghen “Stop the Time (ode to van Eyck)” - Mixed Media on Canvas

The Netherlands 41


BIENNALE

Carina Ehlers “EnergyPower”- Oil on Canvas

Sweden 42


CHIANCIANO

Manon Elder “Fragmented by”- Mixed Media on Canvas

Canada 43


BIENNALE

Sinikka Elfving “Blue Rose 2” - Acrylic on Canvas

Finland 44


CHIANCIANO

Johanna Milla Engdahl “Longing for Summer”- Acrylic on Canvas

Sweden 45


BIENNALE

Giorgio Fileni “Africa “ - Mixed Media on Canvas

Italy 46


CHIANCIANO

Formacolor “Le Polichinelle” - Oil on Canvas

France 47


BIENNALE

Heidi Fosli “Unsolved Mysteries”- Oil on Canvas

Norway 48


CHIANCIANO

Uğural Gafuroğlu “Dancers of Swan Lake” - Mixed Media on Glass

Turkey 49


BIENNALE

Catalin Geana “Detachment”- Bronze Sculpture

Romania 50


CHIANCIANO

Edmund Ian Grant “Checkmate”- Acrylic on Paper

USA 51


BIENNALE

Annarita Graziano “Pappagalli” - Acrylic on Canvas

Italy 52


CHIANCIANO

Daniela Grifoni “Untitled”- Magmatismo on Canvas

Italy 53


BIENNALE

Nicolae Haiu “Journey to the Ideal World” - Mixed Media on Canvas

Romania 54


CHIANCIANO

Eman Hakim “Asmahan, the Bohemian Princess” - Mixed Media on Canvas

Egypt 55


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Barbara Brigitta Hardmeier “Red Traces” - Acrylic on Canvas

Switzerland / The Netherlands 56


CHIANCIANO

Girmay H. Hiwet “Bird Whisperer” - Acrylic on Canvas

Switzerland / Ethiopia 57


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Anne Margrethe Hjelvik “Play with Me!” -Acrylic on Canvas

Norway 58


CHIANCIANO

Mona Hoel “A new Perspective” - Oil and Acrylic on Paper

Norway 59


BIENNALE

Luciano Iannucci “Tre Case” - Assemblage

Italy 60


CHIANCIANO

INKA “Blue ParadEyes” - Mixed Media on Canvas

Russia 61


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Mae Jeon “Interlude” - Digital Artwork

USA 62


CHIANCIANO

Anne Lise Kaaby “Awkward Silence” - Mixed Media on Canvas

Norway 63


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Yukiko Kan “Song of the Emerald” - Oil on Canvas

Japan 64


CHIANCIANO

Nevim Kayaoğlu “Time Travel Project” - Oil and Mixed Media on Canvas

Turkey 65


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Joëlle Kem Lika “Burning Heart”- Acrylic on Canvas

France 66


CHIANCIANO

Valeriya Khomar “Four Winds”- Acrylic on Canvas

Canada 67


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Janne K. Knutsen “Olden” - Mixed Media on Canvas

Norway 68


CHIANCIANO

Kostas Korovilas “Cosmos: Synthesis One” - Oil on Canvas

Greece 69


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Lagloria “Maternidad Indigena“- Acrylic on Canvas

Argentina 70


CHIANCIANO

Katarzyna Lamik “Bath Takers 2”- Oil on Board

Poland 71


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Alexander Lee “Bush Fire II” - Acrylic on Water Colour Paper

Australia 72


CHIANCIANO

Simone Carole Levy “Angelehnt” - Mixed Media Sculpture

Switzerland 73


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Ljudmila “News”- Acrylic on Canvas

Denmark 74


CHIANCIANO

Laurie D. Lundquist “Practice” - Oil on Canvas

USA 75


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Patrizia Mancuso “Sterlizia, Nobility & Majesty” - Acrylic on Canvas

Switzerland 76


CHIANCIANO

Alessandra Manfredini “Time”- Oil and Salt on Canvas

Italy 77


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Claudio Marcello “Voli Quattro sul Pianeta” - Acrylic on Canvas

Italy 78


CHIANCIANO

Mas.s “Today is a brand New Day!” - Oil on Canvas

The Netherlands / United Kingdom 79


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Melinda McCarthy “Dawn of the New World” - Oil on Canvas

Australia 80


CHIANCIANO

Frances de Courcy Mercer “Villa Amore” - Watercolour on Paper

USA 81


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Lucio Merlini “Lampi di Guerra” - Acrylic on Canvas

Italy 82


CHIANCIANO

Friedhard Meyer “Magnum” - Acrylic on Canvas

Germany 83


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Richard Milek “Multi-Thematic Improvisations ” - Oil Pastel on Paper

Poland 84


CHIANCIANO

Koen Miyawaki “Truth, Virtue, and Beaty” - Ink, Gold and Silver on Washi Paper

Japan 85


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Viveca Moller “Ange Volant” - Decoupage, Paper and Lace on and behind Perspex

Denmark 86


CHIANCIANO

Lorenzo Monegato “Energy Colours” - Oil on Canvas

Italy 87


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Nafisa “Let me be your One and Only” - Oil on Canvas

Australia 88


CHIANCIANO

Sven Nielsen “Butterflies” - Oil on Canvas

Norway 89


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Päivyt Niemeläinen “Bridge” - Oil on Canvas

Finland 90


CHIANCIANO

Lucie Nizka “CGL 11” - Acrylic on Canvas

Czech Republic 91


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Anette Nøsterberget “Movement” - Drawing on Canvas

Norway 92


CHIANCIANO

Alexander Novitskiy “Aquitania” - Oil on Canvas

Russia 93


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Roman Opalinski “Temptation” - Oil and Gold on Wood

Ukraine 94


CHIANCIANO

Deniz Orkus “Untitled” - Mixed Media on Board

Turkey 95


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Nat Orlowski “The big Bird” - Mixed Media on Canvas

Argentina 96


CHIANCIANO

Filiz Öztürk Doğan “Thinking” - Bronze Sculpture

Turkey 97


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Sara Palleria “Oltremare” - Oil on Canvas

Italy 98


CHIANCIANO

Rita Paola “La Memoria e il Tempo” - Mixed Media on Canvas

Italy 99


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Monique Passicot “Lucia Y Los Fantasmas” - Oil on Linen

Argentina/USA 100


CHIANCIANO

Zelmira Peralta Ramos “Wohler Water” - Ink on Paper

Argentina 101


BIENNALE

Igor Eugen Prokop “Struggle for Life” - Mixed Media on Canvas

Hungary 102


CHIANCIANO

Sultana Raza “Human Brain Degraded 3” - Digital Artwork

India / Luxembourg 103


BIENNALE

Frank Reichenbach “Phra Prathom Chedi Temple, Thailand“ - Photograph

Switzerland 104


CHIANCIANO

Norge Reichenbach “Terrace 1“ - Oil on Canvas

The Philippines / Switzerland 105


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Kristi Rene “Love Letter” - Acrylic on Canvas

USA 106


CHIANCIANO

Ruth Rimon “Abstract, out of a Series of Three” - Oil on Board

Israel 107


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Eunika Rogers “Concerto of Deliverance”-Mississippi Red Clay & Charcoal on Paper

Slovakia / USA 108


CHIANCIANO

Ida Romiti “Airone e Fiori di Loto” - Oil on Canvas

Italy 109


BIENNALE

Salvatore Ruggeri “Limoneto” - Oil on Canvas Board

Italy 110


CHIANCIANO

Namio Sakamoto “Pray. Terrorism Destruction, Scream” - Pencil on Paper

Japan 111


BIENNALE

Nicolena Nina Salandra Palumbo “The Beauties” - Acrylic on Canvas

USA 112


CHIANCIANO

Meir Salomon “Sunny Day 1” - Fire and Water Drawing on Paper

Israel / The Netherlands 113


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Heather Sarin “Enrich” - Mixed Media on Board

New Zealand 114


CHIANCIANO

Mieko Sato “Road” - Coloring Dye and Wax on Silk: Woodcut

Japan 115


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Giancarlo Scarsi “Senza Tempo” - Oil on Canvas

Italy 116


CHIANCIANO

Henri Senders “Laura” - Photograph

The Netherlands 117


BIENNALE

Polina Simou “Transhuman” - Oil on Canvas

Greece 118


CHIANCIANO

Ingvill Solberg “Untitled” - Oil on Canvas

Norway 119


BIENNALE

Paolo Stefanelli “Incontro nel nuovo Wurmiano” - Acrylic on Canvas

Italy 120


CHIANCIANO

Lill-Anita O. Svendsen “Between Two Worlds” - Acrylic on Canvas

Norway 121


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Josie Taglienti “Danza dei Burattini” - Pastel on Scroll

USA 122


CHIANCIANO

Can Varol Teser “Life Tree”- Oil on Canvas

Turkey 123


BIENNALE

Rowena Martinez Ulayan “Between Midnight” - Oil on canvas

The Philippines/Turkey 124


CHIANCIANO

Alessandro Villa “Equilibrio Verticale” - Photograph

Italy 125


BIENNALE

Ercolina Visca “Leisure Time”- Oil on Canvas

Italy 126


CHIANCIANO

Vladin Vladev “Sunny Rain” - Acrylic on Canvas

Bulgaria 127


BIENNALE

Genichi Watanabe “Surprise IV” - Oil on Canvas

Japan 128


CHIANCIANO

Brigitta Westphal “When Love is Leaving” - Oil and Oil Pastel on Canvas

Germany 129


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Ulla Wobst “Song of a Broken Doll” - Oil on Canvas

Germany 130


CHIANCIANO

Aaf Woldinga “Kind of Beauty” - Digital Art

The Netherlands 131


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Ilana Yaron “Dreams” - Mixed Media on Canvas

Israel 132


CHIANCIANO

Iryna Yermolova “Morning Bath 2” - Oil on Canvas

Ukraine 133


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Mona Youssef “Heart of Winter” - Oil on Canvas

Canada 134


CHIANCIANO

Daniela Zocca “Twist” - Enamel and Oil on Canvas

Italy 135


INDEX Introduction

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Preface

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Artists Abul-Dahab Khaled khaledabuldahab.com Aihara Misa 5d.biglobe.ne.jp/~uam53283 Olugbenga Akhumonkhan gbengaloveeyesimages@gmail.com Al-sudiry Bdoor bdoor-alsudiry.blogspot.com Allan Christine chrisallanartgallery.com Alvarez Katrin katrin-alvarez.de Alvits Tanya alvits.dk Anastasia Antonio antonioanastasia.com Andre Aelita aelitaandre.com Anguelova Silvia silviaanguelova.com Artegiani Anna Maria annamariaartegiani.it Aziralili aziralili.netgaleria.eu Barbi Letizia premioceleste.it/letiziabarbi Beccegato Leonardo leonardo.beccegato@libero.it Bellesso Marzia marziabellesso.it Björk Lotta artbylotta.dinstudio.se Bolayir Asli aslibolayir.com Bueno Mari maribueno.com.br 136

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Butterly Michael michaelbutterlyart.com Campagnaro Adriana c.adry@alice.it Cannon Kerry cbreaksculpturepark.com.au Caryrenne caryrenne.blogspot.com Chida Kikuya artcross.co.jp De Benedictis Corrado corradodebenedictis.it de Hansi zonering.dk Del Secco Carlos carlosdanieldelsecco.com Din Torben torbendin.dk Döler Ayşe aysedoler.dphoto.com Duvert Bengt bengtduvert.se van Eeghen Lucas lucasvaneeghen.com Ehlers Carina carinaehlers.se Elder Manon manonelder.com Elfving Sinikka sinikkaelfvingartist.com Engdahl Johanna Milla odessa-mydream.blogspot.com Fileni Giorgio filenigiorgio@hotmail.it Formacolor formacolor.eu Fosli Heidi heidifosli.com Gafuroğlu Uğural uguralgafuroglu.blogspot.com Geana Catalin cgeana.blogspot.com Grant Edmund Ian edmundiangrant.com

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Graziano Annarita annaritagraziano.com Grifoni Daniela grifonidaniela.it Haiu Nicolae armonita.ro@gmail.com Hakim Eman emanhakimart.blogspot.ae Hardmeier Barbara Brigitta barbarahardmeier.com Hiwet Girmay H. hiwetart.com Hjelvik Anne Margrethe annehjelvik.com Hoel Mona monahoel.blogspot.com Iannucci Luciano medicinacomplementare.com/category/ arte-moderna INKA inkagallery.com Jeon Mae maejeon.com Kaaby Anne lise annelisekaaby.com Kan Yukiko artcross.co.jp Kayaoğlu Nevim nevimkayaoglu.com Kem Lika Joëlle la-lila.com Khomar Valeriya artistvaleriyakhomar.com Knutsen Janne K. knujanne@gmail.com Korovilas Kostas facebook.com/pages/Kostas-KorovilasStudio-of-The-Arts/175934305906141 Lagloria artmajeur.com/lagloria Lamik Katarzyna katarzynalamik.blogspot.com Lee Alexander alexanderlee.artspan.com

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Levy Simone Carole sclevy.de Ljudmila ljudmila.dk Lundquist Laurie D. fineartamerica.com/profiles/laurielundquist.html Mancuso Patrizia patriziamancuso.com Manfredini Alessandra romeolatuavita.it Marcello Claudio claudiomarcello.it Mas.s mas-s.com McCarthy Melinda artofmelush.com Mercer Frances de Courcy fmercer@floridawatercolors.com Merlini Lucio quadrimerliniartecontemporanea.it Meyer Friedhard gallery-friedhard.de Milek Richard ryszardmilek.com Miyawaki Koen artcross.co.jp Moller Viveca vivecamoller.com Monegato Lorenzo lorenzomonegato.it Nafisa nafisa.com.au Nielsen Sven svennielsen.com Niemeläinen Päivyt paivytniemelainen.fi Nizka Lucie lucie-nizka.com Nøsterberget Anette anettenosterberget.no Novitskiy Alexander art.novitskiy.co.uk Opalinski Roman opalinsky.pl

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Orkus Deniz artslant.com Orlowski Nat natorlowski.com.ar Öztürk Doğan Filiz filizozturkdogan.com Palleria Sara sarapalleria.com Paola Rita art-gallery-ilcollezionista.it Passicot Monique moniquepassicot.com Peralta Ramos Zelmira zelmiraperaltaramos.com.ar Prokop Igor Eugen cultureinside.com/homeen/e-space.aspx/ Artist/prokopi/ Raza Sultana artslant.com/global/artists/show/335930sultana-raza Reichenbach Frank swissfrank.me Reichenbach Norge norgereichenbach.com Rene Kristi kristirene.com Rimon Ruth ruthrimon.com Rogers Eunika ipaintwithclay.com Romiti Ida idaromiti.portfoliobox.me Ruggeri Salvatore salvatoreruggeripittore.com Sakamoto Namio artcross.co.jp Salandra-Palumbo Nicolena Nina nicolenaninaart.com Salomon Meir meirsalomon.com Sarin Heather heathersarin.com Sato Mieko artcross.co.jp

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Scarsi Giancarlo giancarloscarsi@tiscali.it Senders Henri henrisenders.nl Simou Polina polinasimou.gr Solberg Ingvill ingvillsolberg.com Stefanelli Paolo sognisutela.it Svendsen Lill-Anita O. lillanita.com Taglienti Josie italiamerica.org/id303.htm Teser Can Varol be.net/Can_Teser Ulayan Rowena Martinez usf-istanbul.org Villa Alessandro alessandro-villa.com Visca Ercolina ercolinavisca.it Vladev Vladin vladin-art.com Watanabe Genichi artcross.co.jp Westphal Brigitta brigitta-westphal.de Wobst Ulla atelier-ulla-wobst.de Woldinga Aaf aafwoldinga.nl Yaron Ilana ilanayaron.com Yermolova Iryna irynayermolova.com Youssef Mona monayoussef.com Zocca Daniela danielazocca.it

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Biennale Chianciano 2013 - Official Pubblication  

The Biennale of Chianciano is a wonderful opportunity to understand and enjoy contemporary art from all around the world. The preparations t...

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