JULY ISSUE 2021 NNC V WORLD MAGAZINE JUNE SELECTION

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art magazine june 2021



The Circle of Isolation project isolation, 24x33 cm, 2020, acrylic and gouache on paper Loneliness, 24x33 cm, 2020, acrylic and gouache on paper Le tende astratte- Claudia dorinzi - collective 20


EDITOR’s... Dear friends, This month I am happy to introduce you to two artists from our previous Collectives: Bruna Ginammi, photographer - Collective 18 and Pablo LLana - Collective 19 Both present us two very important works from a social point of view. The artists of the June Selection are also interesting. Artists from all over the world who tell us about the art of 2021. A nice selection is in the Special Guest pages edited by Vanessa and in the Artist of the month edited by Arthur. I greet you with some advice: Be curious!

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No Name Collective Magazine Mission Statement A challenge for artists. Each month we select artists who will participate in the grand final of December 2021. The winners will have space on our website, in our magazine and in our events. In each issue an interview with two of our artists and the month’s selection. We also dedicate a space to a special guest and artist of the month. At the bottom you will find the artists of our Collectives currently represented. Enjoy the reading! We are looking for talent: candidates for the Challenge on our site.

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interview Collective 18

Bruna Ginammi challenge 2018



Tell us about your artistic work: why do you se they lead to greater visibility do it, what do you want to express, if you have a precise style and a specific technique or change You have organized exhibitions in the past. How does it feel to involve others in your art? I feel very good them in every project. I have been working with photography for several years. I have almost always concentrated on people and their world. I like entering the world of people. I make art because it is the only occupation that gives meaning to my life. My style has been built over the years around the study of natural light, while the themes change my passion for natural light remains.

If you could show off your artwork anywhere in the world, where would you choose? London, Amsterdam, Ginevra, New York, Lagos Nigeria, Bejiin, Tokio, Mumbai.

Could you tell us something about the art in your country? Is there an active artistic community? Are you part of it? Italy is a country rich in ancient art, photography is about 193 years old, a young art compared to Italian painting, Italians love photography, but still today they prefer to invest in traditional art. Fortunately I have several collectors who don›t think so, they support my work and believe in me.

to report? And an artist who is not famous but who you like and whose artistic research do you share?

Are you reading a book at the moment? There is one book you have on your reading list? Yes I am reading a book ,Dario Fo Il Mondo secondo Dario Fo,Guanda Edizioni. Marcel Duchamp scritti Abscondita edizioWithin which mood of art, you place your art- ni. Ketty La Rocca Nuovi Studi, Postmediabooks. work? Happy mood! :-) Is there a famous contemporary artist, that you want

Rebecca Horn, Ketty La Rocca. You have been contacted by No Name Collective Gallery and did not know what kind of project we would have made: are you happy to trust us? Sure I am Happy, I trust in no name collective Gallery

We ask for a small fee for the selection of the magazine and our other calls (artistic residencies and art clashes) but for the artists, we have selected and https://www.collezionedatiffany.com/art-market- which we will select every year then we work for free. online-2019/ What do you think about this thing? http://www.donatapizzi.it/dp/

What’s a typical day in Bruna’s life? Search, study, I am very happy to know NNC. produce. Bruna ginammi born in 1964 in Bergamo Italy Travelling for art, for example for personal exhibitions or for other art exhibitions, you want to see? CONTACT Do you like to see others’ art? Yes of course I do. https://www.instagram.com/brunaWhere are your favorite places or themes where you can find inspiration for your work? My favorite places are contemporary art galleries, and artists’ art exhibitions.Life is life itself which is absolute art - Ive Klein.

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Have you studied art or are you self-taught? I did a three-year photography school in Milano.As for art I am self-taught. Do you remember the first artistic work you did? Yes I do,it was in 1991 “The poet’s gaze” I took the portrait to the most poets in Italy. What do you think about social networks and the web about art and artists? I think it is a good and varied world; the social networks are useful becau-

Identity Search 2019





Gordon Coldwell - The Unbiquity of Icons


#34 Archeology of the future 2018/2019


#36 Archeology of the future 2018/2019


#38 Archeology of the future 2018/2019 Gordon Coldwell - Hollywood Las Meninas



For years the artist has been carrying out several projects at the same time. One of the first is about identity, it is realized with self-portraits and the use of emojis. Water sprayed on plastic sheets the photographer imagines a new Kosmos, composed of animals and human beings ‘Archeology of the future’. Lastly, he presents a research carried out in the south of Italy, photographing houses covered with thick plastic, the extinct tent city of Rosarno, which housed fruit pickers all from the African continent. The themes of the artist change, what they have in common is the interest in social dynamics. From a stylistic point of view, a continuous dialogue with natural light remains. The different works have in common a search with the light of day, this is the strength of the author. Italian Bio: “Tutta l’opera della fotografa Bruna Ginammi è un’autobiografia segreta. Utilizzando se stessa come lente d’ingradimento per descrivere il mondo, per accogliere la diversità e l’alteritá come valori di fronte all’altro. Anche quando sceglie come soggetto il figlio, (L’altro sguardo, Fotografe italiane 1965-2015 by Raffaella Perna e Donata Pizzi, alla Triennale di Milano, 2018) o si spoglia, travestendosi, per evocare una metamorfosi, ha sempre negato l’idea che l’individuale possa avere un’identità separata dal rapporto sociale. Fin dall’inizio, lo sconfinamento dei generi e la pluralità dei soggetti, dai volti ravvicinati dei poeti, ai fiori decomposti, è stato il tentativo e lo sforzo di trovare una forma di questa totalità sfuggente. Il confronto con la pittura e la Natura in Mutatis, nell’ultima personale da Pelouse Interdite, quello con la materia invisibile e il buio del Cosmo nella serie delle plastiche, si trasforma in immagini di paesaggi insoliti, prima che fotografati, da lei sentiti, percepiti, accolti nel loro apparire senza confini. Cosí il tempo per Bruna Ginammi non è più una percezione trascorsa ma evocazione di senso, l’accadere della storia. www.pinterest.it/BrunaGinammiPhotographer https://www.instagram.com/brunaginammi_artist/ http://.facebook.comBrunaGinammi http.//Twitter.com/brunaginammi Linkedin/brunaGinammi”


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Pablo llana CHALLENGE 2019


Tell us about your artistic work: why do you do it, what do you want to express, if you have a precise style and a specific technique or change them in every project. My work is focused on addressing the issue of capitalism and the consequences of its unbridled consumption. Through the wraps of well-known brands and fast food chains, I carry out critical works in which, through scenes and series, he seeks to highlight the way in which people consume foods that, instead of nourishing, affect our bodies and our health with related issues with obesity, diabetes and heart attacks generated by its excessive consumption, also generating a large number of waste that translates into contamination, derived from packaging and wrapping. Exploring different formats and techniques I have found a way to transmit a strong message that questions our habits and forms of consumption and the position we take on the subject, inviting us to consciously think in a reflective way to generate change. Could you tell us something about the art in your country? Is there an active artistic community? Are you part of it? In Tijuana, Mexico, we have cultural spaces, we need to spread art to all generations, from children to adults. What’s a typical day in Pablo’s life? Organize the wrappers, some I pick up on the street or at the sea, and others arrive (through neighbors whom I have asked to keep their wrappers for me). All those I disinfect and clean, then I begin to separate them by color in their respective containers. Do you travel for art? To visit solo exhibitions or other art exhibitions you want to see?I always attend my exhibitions, I like to engage in dialogue with the audience and make them notice with my work how much junk food humans consume. Where are your favorite places or themes where you can find inspiration for your work? Junk food adds. Have you studied art or are you self-taught? I attended several art degrees in Tijuana, but I consider myself self-taught. Do you remember the first artistic work you did? Yes, what I remember is that I drew and scratched my mom’s art book Could you talk to us about the idea of your project? https://impakter.com/you-are-what-you-eat-exclusive-interview-with-mexican-artist-pablo-llana/ What do you think about social networks and the web about art and artists? We live in an accelerated society, we want everything instantly, technology has turned us into robots. You have organized exhibitions in the past. How does it feel to involve others in your art? It motivates me to continue making more art Could you talk to us about the idea of your project? https://impakter.com/you-are-what-you-eat-exclusive-interview-with-mexican-artist-pablo-llana/ What is your favorite artwork? Crapitalism Recycled Coca Cola wrappers, resin and acrylic sheets on canvas


If you could show off your artwork anywhere in the world, where would you choose? The Broad You have been contacted by No Name Collective Gallery and did not know what kind of project we would have made: are you happy to trust us? I have several artists whom I admire, it would be rude to just mention one We ask for a small fee for the selection of the magazine and our other calls (artistic residencies and art clashes) but for the artists, we have selected and which we will select every year then we work for free. What do you think about this thing? I think every opportunity we get to show our art is good.











Pablo Llana 1980. Lives and works in Tijuana, Mexico. Originally from the city of Tijuana. He has a degree in plastic arts from the Casa de la Cultura de Tijuana. From 2000 to 2002 he was a student of the “Artistic Professionalization Program for Visual Artists” (PROPAVIS) taught at the “Humanities Center of Baja California”, with the support of CONACULTA, including prominent artists and professionals such as: Felipe Ehrenberg, others. He has participated in more than 50 local and international collective exhibitions. Among his most recent solo exhibitions are: “Eye Candy” Article 123, Mexico City, “Trashformacion retrospective show” Gurza Museum, Durango Mexico, “Sweet Death” Art Virus LTD Gallery Frankfurt, Germany, “Oaxaca from Acá” Textile Museum from Oaxaca, Oaxaca, “MOUTHFUL” in the Institute of Graphic Arts of Oaxaca, “I code community” in the Museum Cultural Center Tijuana and among the collective ones are: “Private collection selection” Vica Venice Institute Of Contemporary Art “, Los Angeles CA ,,” Morton Auctions 2019 “,” La Fonderia Gallery “Florence Italy,” Southern Exposure Shining Lights In Contemporary Art From Mexico “Castelli Art Space, Los Angeles, “City of Ideas” Puebla Mexico, “Come and Sea” Atilla & Co. Milan Italy, “Arte Vivo” Modern Art Museum, Mexico City, “Group 16” Contemporary Art Auction, Mexico City, “Pop Up Experience “Ex-Convent San Hipólito, Mexico City,” Emerging to Established “Krause Gallery, New York,” Cruel Summer “CM Curatorial Gallery, San Diego California,” Pink “Castelli Art Center, Los Angeles California,” Involuntary Memory “Gallery K2, Monterrey Mexico, “Mexico” Frankfurter Volksbank Frankfurt, Germany, Participation in the project of Demian Flores shovels the Biennial of Havana Cuba, “The collage as an object found” Arterial Space, Ciudad d e Mexico, VIII International Banking Biennial 2014 Cultural Center of Tijuana CECUT, Tijuana B.C. Mexico, “Arrópame desde los pies” Traditional and current floor mats Former convent of San Pablo Oaxaca, Mexico, “Obra Negra: An approach to the construction of the visual culture of Tijuana” Tijuana Cultural Center Museum, “Tijuana Makes Me Happy. Multidisciplinarity in the Border “at the Consulate of Mexico in Los Angeles California and” La Frontera “in the Gallery Art Virus Ltd. Frankfurt Germany among others. His work is part of the cultural heritage of the Tijuana Cultural Center Museum CECUT. Curator at the exhibition “Southern Exposure Shining Lights In Contemporary Art From Mexico” Castelli Art Space, Los Angeles CA. January 2019 Co-curator at the show “Edge to Edge # 2” Vica Venice Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles CA. July 2019 He has obtained honorable mentions in the following biennials: 3rd Biennial of Contemporary Art of Cancun, Mexico (2017), 14th Biennial of Visual Arts of the Northwest (2013), 5th Biennial National Biennial Looks (2012), 13th Biennial of Visual Arts of the Northwest ( 2011) and the XII Plastic Biennial of Baja California (1999), selected in the following biennials: XII Joaquín Clausell Biennial of Painting (2017), Monterrey Artemergente National Biennial (2015), Ninth Puebla de los Ángeles Biennial, Power today. Gallery of the University of the Ibero Puebla (2013) among others. Creditor of the first place in the 6th National Miradas Biennial (2014), his pieces are in national and international collections.

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massimiliano Esposito italy


CHALLENGE 21 june SHORTLIST





woo wallace hongkong


Patia Fa france




Lesya Karebina - russia


Svetlana Ochkovskaya Belarus



Fabiana Ardeu - Romania



Antoni Arroyo Spain




Marwa Khamis Egypt


Helio Boechat Serodio Brazil



Paulo Servulo da cunha brazil




Thomas jenkins England


jose Malasaña spain



Ranjit Singh Sagoo england



selection

phil Davis

june 2021

Frida Escobar cabeza de pasto

Laura Spence

mirko frignani

juan henriques


paulo Canilhas

philip Michael Wolfson

agustina Sario

Asia Nowicki

Franco corsi


michele liuzzi

gemma Pepper

Denisa Olexa Boddalikova

Wibaa Will I be an Artist

Katerina Repa

Isfan Teodor


Moheb Yonas Sallam

Labdhi Shah

Kateryna Bortsova

Vika Grebennikova


special guest june 2021 edited by VANESSA RUSCI

The Crowd Feixue

china

Mei


www.feixuemei.info https://www.instagram.com/feixuefeixue

Contagion


Endless Ballad



Vase



The

Crowd

Exploring the idiocy of crowds. A series of illustrations represent my reflection on people’s negative group behavior, both online and offline. An individual immersed for some length of time in a crowd soon finds oneself either in consequence of magnetic influence given out by the crowd or from some other cause of which we are ignorant. They are impulsive and irritable. They exaggerate the sentiments. They follow each other. They judge for no reason.

Feixue Mei

is an artist, illustrator, and designer from China and based in Missouri, US. Her creative practice and research have been recognized by Printed Matter’s Art Book Fairs, Singapore Art Book Fair, American Illustration (AI-AP), International Design Awards (IDA), Graphis, Creative Quarterly, Indigo Design Awards, Art & Education, Creative Boom, Aesthetica, Popular Culture Association, Transformative Works and Cultures, and more. She has exhibited nationally and internationally, including the U.S, the U.K, Europe and Asia. She holds an MFA in Design with a concentration in Visual Communications from Virginia Commonwealth University, a BFA in Graphic Design from Colorado State University, and a BFA in Visual Communications from Central China Normal University. Now she is an Assistant Professor in Graphic Design at Northwest Missouri State University. “I am fascinated by pop culture, social media, cultural adaptation, intimate relation, and identity formation. My work explores publications, illustrations, sequential arts, videos, installations, and performances. With a strong desire to communicate, I believe in Maximalism - the philosophy of “more is more.” Life is complicated; we have many identities when we grow up. Those identities and labels interact, struggle and fight with others and finally tell who we are. The usage of contrasting colors, illustration of multiple subjects, and narration of a long story all resemble my belief and introdu ce a world to the audience where they can forget their stress and own new identity.”


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