The exhibition of the Comel Vanna Migliorin Contemporary Art Award 2012 was inaugurated at 6.30 pm on Saturday 18 February, in the presence of hundreds of people.
Present at the event that has obtained the patronage of the City and the Province of Latina, the Councillor for Culture Fabio Bianchi, the Councillor Giuseppe Di Rubbo and representing the Youth Council, Andrea Fanti. The presentation was also attended by all the members of the organization coordinated by the entrepreneur Maria Gabriella Mazzola and the commission that chose the thirteen works exhibited in the Spazio COMEL Contemporary Art in Via Neghelli 68 in Latina, A new life after a wise restructuring.
A space expo that has found its right place in the district more “vitaiolo” of the city of Latina. The art critic Silvia Sfrecola Romani brilliantly illustrates the works on display, explaining with great passion to the many, present, the symbolic meanings and the realization phases that have distinguished the work of the artists in competition for each individual creation.
It is not by chance the choice of the thirteen works, “13” in fact, is the atomic number of aluminum, the material chosen by the commission of the Award for the realization of the works for the year 2012 with the aim of drawing attention to its expressive potential, aesthetic and communicative. The award, dedicated to the recently deceased metal entrepreneur Vanna Migliorin, has not only promoted contemporary art, but has also been created with the aim of consolidating the link between art and the company and enhancing alternative and recyclable materials.
The artworks by: Federica Bartoli “Piove sul bagnato”, Emanuela Carone “Cubicolore”, Anna Crescenzi “Meteore”, Gabriele Di Stefano “Uno straordinario momento di crescita”, Renata Petti ”Geometria”, Lorenzo Sole ”I-galeano”, Roberto Andreatini ”Caos riflesso”, Massimiliano Drisaldi “Inverno”, Alessio Marchigiani “Guerriero custode”, Ornella Boccuzzi “Vanna”, Emilia Isabella “Spirale”, Ezio Colosimo “X: una storia – racconti/appunti”, Massimiliano Frumenti “L’amore tangibile”.