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Giovanni Motta
Millie Kelly
Giorgio Celin
Wang Jingyi
Peter Jesppson
Ana Barriga
Ayobola Kekere-Ekun

 

​Hidden Message

Oct 11 2021 - Dec 12 2021

INSTALLATION VIEWS

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WORKS

ARTISTS

Giogio Celin

Giovanni Motta

Ana Barriga

Ayobola Kekere-Ekun

Wang Jingyi

Peter Jappson

Millie Kelly

Painting has an extremely long and illustrious history, both domestic and international, and even in today's age of diverse ways of creating art, it is still a widely used creative medium, adopted by artists as a way of looking at reality and the self, while also making us aware of the need not to forget to look after our own perceptions when faced with the complexities of reality. As always, the exhibition features the works of seven artists from different countries, presenting a variety of painting styles and qualities. By focusing on the present, the artists delve into the secret caves of perception, capturing the hidden messages of reality and unearthing the deepest secrets hidden in people's hearts, not trying to create the fleeting phenomenon of events in progress, but presenting the sensitive identity of the artist as a provider of hidden information. While expanding the experience of everyday life in painting is already one of the fundamental functions of this ancient art form, the issues of painting are also closely related to the environmental, natural and spiritual concerns, as well as to gender, equality and race, which are the most pressing issues for humanity at the present time. The examination of individual and collective destinies through artistic practice is inseparable from the spiritual and healing nature of art itself. Nowadays, while a plethora of art forms are busy responding to the problems posed by the world and even attempting to offer solutions, painting is so silent instead, as it was in the primitive caves tens of thousands of years ago, helping the author to record and organise his own thoughts and curiosities, all of which take place secretly within the author's mind, as for any problem posed by the times and the environment, there is a psychological condition and an ideological implication, and it is the universal theme of contemporary art to reveal it through painting and various artistic mediums.