“SOUVENIR D’ ITALIE”, ART & FASHION TO CELEBRATE ITALIAN CULTURE AT THE MILAN ORSORAMA ART GALLERY

Fluon, photo by N
Fluon, photo by N

The iconography of Italy, presented in a neo-pop way, features in “Souvenir d’ Italie”, exhibition which was held at the art gallery Orsorama, owned by the brilliant Matteo Bonelli, placed in Brera, renowned area of Milan city centre and joined art and fashion to celebrate Italian culture. Irony, embodied in the fun photo collages by talented artist Svetlana Schmidt and in the artworks by Fluon – artistic collective and band headed by the eclectic creative, singer, DJ and multi-instrumentist musician Andy, which reinterpreted in a fluorescent way, a leitmotiv its work, objects and personas depicting the Italy as the Ferrari car and Dante -, meets the timeless elegance and uniqueness of the jewelry by Anna Porcu, smashing interpretations of the cameos (some of them are antique cameos, unique pieces, other ones are instead hand-made by Tuscany artisans and combined with silver or gold and leather), evidencing the excellence of made in Italy. It was a pleasant interlude, enriched by colors and nice encounters between friends.

“SOUVENIR D’ ITALIE”, ARTE & MODA PER CELEBRARE LA CULTURA ITALIANA ALLA GALLERIA D’ ARTE ORSORAMA DI MILANO

Svetlana Schmidt, photo courtesy of Matteo Bonelli
Svetlana Schmidt, photo courtesy of Matteo Bonelli

L’ iconografia dell’ Italia, presentata in chiave neo-pop, è la protagonista di neo-pop way, “Souvenir d’ Italie”, mostra che si é tenuta a Milano presso la galleria d’ arte Orsorama, di proprietà del brillante Matteo Bonelli, ubicata a Brera, rinomata area del centro di Milano e ha unito arte e moda per celebrare la cultura italiana. L’ ironia, racchiusa nei divertenti collage di foto di Svetlana Schmidt e nelle opere di Fluon – collettivo artistico e band guidata dall’ eclettico creativo, cantante, DJ e musicista polistrumentista Andy che ha reinterpretato in una fluorescente foggia, un leitmotiv della sua opera, oggetti e personaggi che rappresentano l’ Italia quali la Ferrari e Dante – incontra l’ eleganza senza tempo e l’ unicità dei gioielli di Anna Porcu, formidabili interpretazioni dei cammei (alcuni dei quali sono cammei d’ antiquariato, pezzi unici, mentre altri sono invece realizzati a mano da artigiani toscani e sono abbinati con l’ argento o l’ oro e la pelle) che testimoniano l’ eccellenza del made in Italy. Un piacevole intermezzo, arricchito da colori e simpatici incontri tra amici.

Anna Porcu, photo by N
Anna Porcu, photo by N
Marta Brivio Sforza, Marta Marzotto and Svetlana Schmidt at Orsorama, photo courtesy of Matteo Bonelli
Marta Brivio Sforza, Marta Marzotto and Svetlana Schmidt at Orsorama, photo courtesy of Matteo Bonelli

 

Me, myself & I along with Andy, photo by N
Me, myself & I along with Andy, photo by N

 

Fabrizio Grigolo aka Faber, me, myself & I along with Andy, photo by Angelo Naj Oleari
Fabrizio Grigolo aka Faber, me, myself & I along with Andy, photo by Angelo Naj Oleari

 

Andy, Angelo Naj Oleari and Fabrizio Grigolo aka Faber, photo by N
Andy, Angelo Naj Oleari and Fabrizio Grigolo aka Faber, photo by N

 

Me, myself & I along with Fabrizio Grigolo aka Faber and Andy during the cocktail area at Orsorama, photo courtesy of Matteo Bonelli
Me, myself & I along with Fabrizio Grigolo aka Faber and Andy during the cocktail area at Orsorama, photo courtesy of Matteo Bonelli

 

A circle of friends. Anna Porcu, me, myself and I, Andy, Fabrizio Grigolo aka Faber, Angelo Naj Oleari and his wife, Adriana, photo courtesy of Matteo Bonelli
A circle of friends. Anna Porcu, me, myself and I, Andy, Fabrizio Grigolo aka Faber, Angelo Naj Oleari and his wife, Adriana, photo courtesy of Matteo Bonelli

 

Me, myself & I along with Anna Porcu, photo by N
Me, myself & I along with Anna Porcu, photo by N

 

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