by Annie Markitanis
Art Fair Bologna as the international fair of modern and contemporary art, new proposals, solo Show, photography focus east, publishing houses, bookshops, institutions; An "intense" weekend dedicated to art in Bologna starting from 23 January to 26 January 2015. A confirmation and reaffirmation of a trend originating back in 2013: Bologna Art Fair in the leading role as the most comprehensive Italian and contemporary art show. This year’s increased number of185 galleries, is in the row for a promising “showcasing” on Bologna’s scenic view (starting from today Jan 23, 2015), with over 200 works by contemporary Italian artists impressing us with results of an international range.
Appertaining to the tribute paid to international art, the brand Carolina Wyser in collaboration with the Primo Marella gallery, is hosting and presenting the art exhibition by Vietnamese Artist Huy “Between Art And Fashion.” One of the best talent in contemporary art takes the lead in interpreting the denim. A revelation of the current prominent association between the Fashion Brand and Art transmitted through an exhibition of works dedicated to the Vietnamese artist Huy. The exhibition will remain on display from 24 Jan to 26 Jan 2015.
The subject partnership of the Carolina Wyser brand and the art gallery of international scope Primo Marella are directed towards a long-term expansion encompassing international contemporary artists invited to interpret in various dimensions and forms the Italian Denim Brand’s identity. An international vision reflected through a new approach and impactful visuals. The work of artist Huy explores the spiritual culture of the ancient rituals, inspired by the dress code of the Buddhist monks. Prime materials are the wax and light that come alive in the artist’s stunning installations. A metaphor of fragility; three wax vestments welcome us as if we are at the entrance of a temple. The integrated light as an inner energy while the Buddhist books are trapped in Wax and arranged harmoniously. A repetition that creates movement is unrolled in front of us.