We look forward to the Live Streaming of the exhibition: "ILLUSTRAMI3".
This is the third edition of Illustrami, a virtual exhibition dedicated to art and poetry, where artists and writers will discuss different issues, letting their ideas merge into a performance between thoughts and colors. La mostra si svolgerà online, nel nostro fantastico Spazio Bonsai. La premiere virtuale sarà GIOVEDì 17 DICEMBRE 2020 alle ore 18 Sarà possibile visionarla sul nostro sito www.youngarthunters.com in the section 'Exhibitions'. You will be able to vote for the winning couple through a link you will find in the description. Winners will be announced MONDAY, DECEMBER 21, 2020.
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Thursday Dec 17, 2020
Niccolò Misrachi – Inpuntadimare Valeria Spina – Francesco Di Donna The Passenger – Radice la.nutria.scomoda – Sara Congiu Giulio Centurelli – Nessuno Simone Croci – Isotta Ortonovi Sofia Bianchetti – Maria Teresa Fidanzia Bianca Beltramello – Elena Pavin
For the inauguration of the new virtual room 'Otherside', Young Art Hunters, organizes a digital exhibition to give space to the young promises of art. Fear Of The Dark' is a collective of young artists who will confront each other on a specific theme: phobias. Common, modern and ancient, everyday phobias, until the most intimate and personal ones. The exhibition will be digitally set up in our Otherside Room, a virtual room created for the exhibition of art and video art. Thanks to the great opportunity to exhibit in a virtual way through our Viewing Rooms increasingly similar to real exhibitions, the arts find a much more effective and powerful means to express themselves, without limits imposed by social platforms, and regain their great artistic value. The exhibition continues the cycle dedicated to the new promises of art, to which we want to give freedom of expression and require the utmost commitment and quality, to recreate that fabric rich in creativity of the art world, otherwise often stiffened behind pure market logic, which here can find new lymph and stimulus.
'Veneri di Pelle' is a collective exhibition of young artists who through their own personal interpretation and their own artistic style, will go to reinterpret a woman with different bodies, different sizes, lines and shapes. The project is a homage to the female body, a journey through the different canons of beauty, to the shades that make each body unique and wonderful. There are no imperfections, on the contrary, the intent is precisely to put under the eyes of all those peculiarities that enhance the woman in her most intimate appearance and natural. The exhibition continues the cycle dedicated to the new promises of art, to which you want to give freedom to expression and requires the utmost commitment and quality, to recreate that fabric rich in creativity of the art world, otherwise often stiffened behind pure market logic, which here can find new sap and stimulus. Venus de Pelle' continues the series of "physical" exhibitions, interrupted for the Covid-19 emergency. We remember that the event will take place in total safety, respecting the rules in force and social distancing.
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Wednesday 30 sep 2020
open the days
Thursday 1 oct 2020
Friday 2 oct 2020
from 15:00 to 19:00
in the morning only by appointment by contacting us
'Mater Terra' is a photographic exhibition, which reopens the cycle of "physical" exhibitions, interrupted by the Covid-19 emergency. This is the personal exhibition of the very young and talented photographer Irene Vesentini. Class 96, born in Verona, already with a personal style that she has developed and continues to improve over the years. The exhibition is a journey that starts from a research, where composition, colour and light are the protagonists. The main theme that we find in her works is nature, the 'mater terra', which comforts her by creating a direct connection between her vision and her expressive medium, that is the camera, as if the photographs were an extension and go to investigate the invisible relationships that are created.
The exhibition continues the cycle dedicated to the new promises of art, to which we want to give freedom of expression and require the utmost commitment and quality, to recreate that fabric rich in creativity of the art world, otherwise often stiffened behind pure market logic, which here can find new sap and stimulus.
LIVE STREAMING: june 25 2020 at 6:30 pm (Italian time)
'ℂ???ℝ' is a virtual exhibition, a collective of artists who will confront each other through the great musical icons that have made history, both in importance and notoriety, from David Bowie to Lady Gaga, will be a journey among the greatest symbols of musical culture.
Each artist will be asked to express and tell us, through his favourite technique and his own style, the icon that has accompanied him over the years, his favourite song rather than the album that completely revolutionised his way of facing life. The exhibition therefore wants to combine figurative art with music, exposing a modern charm and current reflection with which we want to give the viewer a content rich in expressive qualities.
The exhibition continues the cycle dedicated to the new promises of art, to which we want to give freedom of expression and which are required the maximum commitment and quality, to recreate that fabric rich in creativity of the art world, otherwise often stiffened behind pure market logic, which here can find new lymph and stimulus.
Curated by YAH - Young Art Hunters in collaboration with Almach Art Gallery
Born in 1997 in Milan, Italy, he completed his studies at the Academy of Fine Arts in Milan ACME as Illustrator. He began his career in the figurative arts at the Istituto Comprensivo Statale Jacopo Barozzi in 2011, working with him on the graphic layout of “Polis 3000”. Board game for Italian schools, promoted by the Municipality of Milan. Since 2012 he has been studying painting subjects at the Liceo Artistico Statale Umberto Boccioni in Milan. At the same time he deepens graphics and digital painting, allowing him to create artwork for well-known Italian underground bands such as Landscape of Zeroes, Atomic Massacre, Eraser etc.. Since 2017 he has been studying photography at the Academy of Fine Arts with a passion for landscape photography. He also deepened his knowledge of 2D digital animation techniques and began his publishing experience by publishing the illustrated book “Il Piccolo Asso” in 2019. I follow my impulses and try to meet the needs of the different sides of my character. This is why I often change the way I express myself, the tools, the materials and the style. My desire is to be able to create artworks that can be creative inspiration for any other person.
Born in 1992, he was born in Novara but his roots sink in the Neapolitan culture.
He graduated in Political and Government Sciences at the State University of Milan.
His humanistic training and romantic soul find fertile ground in the social.
Occupied in social anti-mafia for nine years, where he held roles as Manager
of the Provincial Observatory on Mafias and Coordinator of the Training sector for Libera Novara,
he begins to develop journalistic writing, writing dossiers and articles.
In 2019 he is co-founder of the Social Promotion Association "Educating for Beauty":
This political-cultural reality intends to be an active subject in civil society, proposing activities,
reasoning and reflections on the Mediterranean, trying to reinterpret its variables.
The channels through which it expresses itself are the theater and the blog, "TRAME" (acronym for "Between the Roots of the
Mediterraneo "), of which Francesco has been director since January 2019, developing other forms of writing.
He also takes care of the "Thèa. Windows on the Mediterranean ", providing "a multidisciplinary approach to
web space service, which moves from history to sociology, from philosophy to politics, from
geography to anthropology, capable (this is the ambition) of dissecting the many facets that
they hide behind apparent truths, which only united can give the breadth of a complex phenomenon.
At the center, between nature and artifice, man, who at the same time is an investigator and object of investigation. The
world, like man, is vast and complex, and only with patience can it be discovered, investigated,
understood. [...] In these pages, among these taxes, you will read the effort to tell and
interpret portions of reality. " http://blog.educareallabellezza.it/category/thea-finestre-sul-
Mediterranean. Si laurea in Scienze Politiche e di Governo, presso l’Università Statale di Milano. La sua formazione umanistica e l’animo romantico trovano terreno fertile nel sociale. Impegnato nell’antimafia sociale per nove anni, in cui ha ricoperto ruoli quali Responsabile dell’Osservatorio provinciale sulle mafie e Coordinatore del settore Formazione per Libera Novara, comincia a sviluppare una scrittura di stampo giornalistico, scrivendo dossier e articoli. Nel 2019 è co-fondatore dell’Associazione di promozione sociale “Educare alla Bellezza”. Questa realtà politico-culturale intende essere un soggetto attivo nella società civile, proponendo attività, ragionamenti e riflessioni sul Mediterraneo, cercando di reinterpretare le sue variabili. I canali tramite cui si esprime sono il teatro e il blog, “TRAME” (acronimo di “Tra le Radici del Mediterraneo”), di cui Francesco è direttore da gennaio 2019, sviluppando altre forme di scrittura. Cura inoltre la rubrica “Thèa. Finestre sul Mediterraneo”, fornendo “un approccio multidisciplinare a servizio dello spazio web, che muove dalla storia alla sociologia, dalla filosofia alla politica, dalla geografia all’antropologia, in grado (questa l’ambizione) di sezionare le molte sfaccettature che si celano dietro verità apparenti, che solo unite possono dare l’ampiezza di un fenomeno complesso. Al centro, tra natura e artificio, l’uomo, che al tempo stesso è indagatore e oggetto d’indagine. Il mondo, come l’uomo, è vasto e complesso, e solo con pazienza può essere scoperto, indagato, compreso. In queste pagine, tra queste imposte, si leggerà lo sforzo di raccontare reinterpretare porzioni di realtà.”.
“Quarantine in the mirror“ It is a waiting quarantine apparent calm frustrating powerlessness and defense mechanisms. It is a quarantine of concern: what is not seen creates fear, what you don't hear creates noise what you don't know creates a lot of confusion It's a quarantine of reflection on wrong policies - always the same - and the domino effect (global) of underestimation. Not everyone accepted and shared the forced arrest of the newspaper, there were even those who rejected it. The state of nature manifests itself in an excessive, ancestral, coined which relegates the rule of law to the background. Finally everyone understood, to the sound of bells, the seriousness of the situation: - with this enemy no compromise - each ego is defenseless. Industry slows down, economy slows down, man slows down. Nature reclaims the cities, the soil, the water, the air. Wounds on the sidewalks fill up with grass, like veins in cement and foundation. The social scissors are becoming clearer and clearer, inequalities are accentuated. The rhythms of the day are marked by phone calls and video calls, the contact is now only virtual. What happens to compassion? if, in the jargon, we call the positive subject untore? It is a pure collective feeling or is it relegated to a song on the balcony? We are anxious about a relative, a friend, a neighbor, an acquaintance. We wait for the peak and the peak drop, reassuring news from your doctor friend or the news, the saving homily and the President's conference. We feel a renewed feeling of humanity for an out-of-place clump, adjusted gracefully, for an embrace to the cross, in the deserted temple, in the panic of fatality. Let this be a lesson to us: once and for all, we should decide which way to direct our fate. Towards the usual self-destructing system, or towards a new horizon that produces and protects itself.
This is the second edition of Illustrami, a virtual exhibition dedicated to art and poetry, where artists and writers will confront each other on different themes, letting their ideas come together in a performance between thoughts and colors.
Niccolò Misrachi Francesco Di Donna Federica Raggi Elena Brambilla Irene Vesentini Rachele Boccadoro Letizia Zuffi Maria Teresa Fidanzia
The exhibition will take place online, in our brand new Bonsai Space where it will be possible to view the artworks accompanied by the poems written by the guys creating a sort of all-digital poetry slam. The virtual premiere will be THURSDAY 14 MAY 2020 at 6 pm It will be possible to view it on our website www.youngarthunters.com in the 'viewing room' section or in deferred, on our instagram & facebook channel. We remind you that the public will be asked to vote, once the exhibition is over, the winning couple through a link that will be published on the same page and promoted on all our social channels. The winning couple will be announced on SUNDAY 17 MAY at 7 pm. See you there!
FIORI DI PESCO Symbol of springtime that puts all the energies of creation back into motion. Probably never before have we felt this force boiling in us, which can't wait to express itself through our activity, our movements, our thoughts, our life.
What we are presenting today is the spring exhibition, which through the works of art of our artists, wants to release the emotions by making us travel between the symbolic worlds of Anna Pennati and Ariel Soulé, the surrogate cities of Lucio Perna, the sidereal iron of Francesco Virgata and the warm bronze of Kyoji Nagataniwith the freshness of our young people's work, Leonardo Manzoni and Elia Panoriall cradled and protected by the deep gaze of the master Salvador Aulestia. An infinite journey through all these worlds, so different, but all belonging to the artistic universe that ideally unites them. This is what we hope: that this exhibition, although at the moment only visible through a screen, allows us to let our free thoughts travel, until we all meet again and in a physically tangible way, in our spaces.
Exhibition by Almach Art Galleryin cooperation with Young Art Hunters and Vittoria Luisa Basile
(Silence)' will be a virtual exhibition, a group show of young artists who, through their personal interpretation and artistic style, will reinterpret the theme in question. What is silence? Especially at a time like this, we are getting used to hearing it, to feeling it more often. Different visions will communicate with each other, because silence does not mean absence of sound for those who have something to convey. Always surrounded by noise, in this particular moment it is easier to perceive it, maybe a little scared but only because we are not used to live with it. Even if the streets are empty, the contacts are limited and we are burdened with an increasingly virtual communication, this does not mean silencing ideas, cancelling one's perceptions, stopping creating, on the contrary, what we want to do is to draw new stimulus from it.
Almach Art Gallery opens its doors to the promises of art and young curators, organizing the first of a series of events dedicated entirely to them. Initially in a digital format, the event will make us live a virtual path, but made of real works, the exhibition will then be presented in our premises, as soon as it will be possible to reopen the visits.
Live streaming Wednesday, March 25 h.18 (Italian time)
Curated by Barbara Ludovina Basile and Elia Panori, in collaboration with Luca Temolo Dall'Igna.
You're welcome to see the Live Streaming of the exhibition: “A MORS” Sliced Heart An evening dedicated to young art, where artists will reinterpret the theme of toxic love. Antonio Bonfrate Nicolò Brognara Nuria Calvi Rebecca Cardillo Filippo Cavazzuti Niccolò Misrachi Letizia Zuffi
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, 2020 AT 6:00 P.M. (Italian time)
12 and 13 MARCH 2020 FROM 4 PM TO 7 PM (Italian time) Via Archimede 43, Milano (MI) The exhibition will be open on 12 and 13 March from 4 pm to 7 pm. It's a production YAH - Young Art Hunters In collaboration with ALMACH Art Gallery and Francesco Virgata