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Feedback release: BorderBody – Mixing Futures . Bari

Events | June 17, 2014 |

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BorderBody – Mixing Futures

BorderBody – Mixing Futures, international art festival of photography, video art and performing art was held in the prestigious Palazzo Barone Ferrara in Bari (Italy), from the 17 to the 28 (extended) of April 2014.

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BorderBody exhibitions cycle is conceived as a diffused and nomadic festival in different places of the world. Mixing Futures, the final chapter of this 3-event cycle, explores the future visions of our society, subjected to a process of continuous evolution and cultural hybridization. People, backgrounds, societies, progress and all their inputs creates hybrid identities, modifying each other and being mixed in prospect to shape a better world. Mixing sustainable transport, modern (ICT) communication infrastructure, sustainable economic development, and wise management of natural resources, human, intellectual and social capital, is the key to reach a future better life quality.

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More than 30 artists from all-over the world were selected to take part in the exhibition. A special section of the festival was dedicated to the Argentinean Contemporary Art, with a selection of video artists curated by the gallerist Laura Haber.

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The exhibition was reviewed by International press and media; and was visited every day by many International visitors and citizens particularly sensitive to the contemporary art new languages.

International ArtExpo would like to acknowledge all the artists for their effort, vision, and passion for contemporary art.

.featured artists
Sandra Franco . UK | Serap Sabah . Turkey

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.video art
Bill Psarras . UK | Donato Arcella . Italy | Mar Garrido . Spain | Mustafa Kula . Turkey | Elda Torres, Patrizio Pampaloni & Luigi Guarnieri . Italy | Juan Carlos Muñoz-Najar . USA | Michael Nelson . USA | Despina Ikonomopulu . Spain | Juliana Bom-tempo . France | Yusuf Özal Çelik . Turkey | Roberta Cianciola . Italy | Jesus Segura . Spain | Şafak Çatalbaş . Turkey | Lino Ricciardulli . Argentina | Monica Miller . Argentina | Mariana Copello, Atilio Schweizer & Guillermo Soto . Argentina | Nicolás Martella . Argentina

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.photography
Rafa Zart . Brazil | Bertram Marstaller . Germany | Maquiamelo . Colombia | Annalisa Lucenti . Italy | Paula Boarta . Romania | TGFN – The Girl From Nowhere . USA | Xavier Blondeau . France | Veronique Lerebours . USA | Heba Serag Eldin . Egypt | Sara Roitman . Ecuador | Brigida Zarcos . Portugal | Sydney Lowe . USA

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International ArtExpo is an art organization that provides a significant forum for cultural dialogue between all artists from different cultures and countries. ArtExpo is grateful to all of the institutions, corporations, and individuals who support our artistic projects. We work with a number of national and international galleries as well as publishers, museums, curators and critics from all over the world. We help artists through solo and group exhibitions, gallery representation, magazine reviews and advertisements, press releases, internet promotion, as well as various curatorial projects.

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