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Events | March 2, 2009 |

Essence – Video Art & Architecture event . Ixelles (Bruxelles) – Belgium
March 8-10, 2009

General Information.
The invisible, indivisible, eternally unchanging essence of things is the striking target of this show curated by the well-known Italian visual artist Luca Curci.
One of Plato’s disciples in modern art, Brancusi, was convinced that not the exterior form but the idea, the essence of things is the true reality. Capturing the essence of life could be the major challenge of these international artists, because they know the soul is the key entity which links and unites the invisible with the visible world.
Let’s agree Heidegger, ”the essence of art is poetry”, maybe the secret blitz of the being, its beautiful order and harmony beyond any structural understanding, the privileged state when soul lies in the proximity of the geometry of Divine. (Constantin Severin)

.curator Luca Curci
.place Galerie Art Fort Reveur – Ixelles (Bruxelles) – Belgium

.artists
Jessica Westbrook
. USA | Francois Grandjacques . France | Heidi Morstang . UK | Nervo&Tes . Italy | Gerlinde Miesenboeck . Austria | Maurizio Piccirillo . Italy | Markus Oberndorfer . Austria | Luca Curci . Italy | Nadia Perrotta . Italy | Alison Williams . South Africa | Aranka Israni . USA | Jeremy Newman . USA | Jussara Felix Figueredo . USA/BR | Gregory Steel . USA | Deborah Wing-Sproul . USA | Richard O’Sullivan . UK | Stefano Fanara . Italy | Mauricio Mayorga . Colombia

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