The title of the exhibition is captivating and inspiring: “SuperStars: Twelve Artists, One City”. This group show at The Black Sheep in Milan (located in via Giovanni Enrico Pestalozzi 4), opened on March 31st and runs until April 9th 2017. The entrance is free and the international artists featured are twelve and have in common the cultural artistic trademark of New York City: Bta, Craig Collins, Gregory de la Haba, Paola Citterio, Stephan Fowlkes, Pamela Giaroli, Kory Hellebust, Justin Kabbel, Tamara Kostianovsky, Monica Pisilli, Chiara Spagnoli Gabardi, Agni Zotis. They all are somehow influenced by the works of Andy Warhol, by living the cultural vibrancy of the extremely creative lifestyle in the Big Artist Star: the Big Apple.
New York continues to be the cultural matrix of the Group Exhibit, as it is still considered the hub where talent and ideas blossom and thrive; fulfilling one’s freedom of artistic expression, without any cultural or racial inhibitions. In fact, New York is currently considered, along with London, the multicultural city par excellence. Integration occurs on a social, intellectual and artistic level and is expressed with candour, spontaneity and liberty.
“The Black Sheep”
Located in the historical San Cristoforo neighbourhood in Milan, the cultural centre was conceived as a multidisciplinary studio that is constantly evolving and is distinguished by its multicultural evolution. The Black Sheep collaborates with an international group of cultural innovators with whom it shares a diversified set of skills and experiences to create participation bonds for a cultural production, through exhibits, screenings, performances, reading, workshops, social gatherings, cultural events, that embrace all fields in the art world. The Black Sheep aspires to become the melting point of artistic movements, technical skills, cultural influences, encouraging artists, curators, event planners to think outside the box and engage with unconventional projects. The variety of programs it offers reflects its diversified audience that spans from designers to cultural promoters, along with PR managers, critics, curators, collectors and the entire City of Milan.
For more information about the Show SuperStars:
“The Black Sheep”, via Giovanni Enrico Pestalozzi 4, Milano.
opening: from Monday to Saturday from 12:00 to 19:00, free entry.
Tel.: +39 340 637 2432 ;
Curator of the show:
Paola Omboni ;
+39 340 99 29 351 ;
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