“THE GRASS GROWS”, A DISPLAY OF ALTERNATIVE, INNOVATIVE AND CONTEMPORARY ART FT. FBF AT BASEL

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A display of emerging, alternative, innovative and contemporary art is the alchemy of “The grass grows”, group show – featuring the works by 30 international and Italian artists -, ideated and curated by the Milan Format Gallery, ArtLab Gallery, Glenda Cinquegrana which will be held from 15th to 22nd June 2014 in Basel, Rihenstrasse 74, coinciding with the celebrated art tradeshow Art Basel. FBF is pleased of being and joining as media partner to this smashing, cross-cultural, not to be missed event, encouraging the rise of a new dialogue on the contemporary art, its meaning and main features in order to give rise to new ideas and synergies.

“THE GRASS GROWS/L’ ERBA CRESCE”, UNA RASSEGNA DI ARTE ALTERNATIVA, INNOVATIVA E CONTEMPORANEA CON FBF A BASILEA

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Una rassegna di arte emergente, alternativa innovativa e contemporanea è l’ alchimia di “The grass grows/L’ erba cresce”, collettiva – di cui saranno protagoniste le opere di 30 artisti internazionali -, ideata e curata dalle gallerie d’ arte Format Gallery, ArtLab Gallery, Glenda Cinquegrana di Milano che si terrà dal 15 al 22 giugno 2014 a Basilea, in concomitanza con la celebre fiera d’ arte Art Basel. FBF è lieta di esserci e unirsi nelle vesti di media partner a questo formidabile, imperdibile evento contro-culturale che incoraggia la nascita di un nuovo dialogo intorno all’ arte contemporanea, il suo significato e i suoi principali protagonisti al fine di dar vita a nuove idee e sinergie.

 

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