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Liquid Cities & Temporary Identities | Finland 2013

Art, Events | June 3, 2013 |

Liquid Cities & Temporary Identities | Finland 2013
Photography / Video Art / Computer Graphics / Painting / Performing Art

Opening: June 10th, 2013

Liquid Cities & Temporary Identities | Finland 2013 – International Art Festival of Photography, Video Art and Computer Graphics, Painting and Performing Art will be held in the city of Espoo (Finland), at Espoonsilta Gallery from the 10th June to 16th June 2013. Thirty-six artists, from different countries, have been selected to be part of this project.

The selection will be based on the main concept of hybridization between identities and urban environment, as the result of liquid identities and liquid contacts between people. 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.

organizer: International ArtExpo
curator: Luca Curci

exhibition & screening place: Espoonsilta Gallery, Espoo (Finland)
dates: from 10th to 16th June, 2013, from 4.00 to 7.00 PM
opening: June 10th, 2013 at Espoonsilta Gallery, at 4.00 pm; Virastopiha no.3, Espoo, Finland

Espoonsilta Gallery is an artist run, non-profit contemporary art scene in the Center of Espoo (Finland) since 2006. Dedicated to contemporary art and music happenings, the gallery acts on local, national and international level.

.video artists
Shereen Audi . Jordan | Lucia Flego . Italy | Leonard Pop . Italy | Mar Garrido . Spain | M. Kardinal . Italy | Toni Simò . Spain | Laura Migliano . Italy | Alexandra Pianelli . France | Lee Burgers . India | Fred.L’Epee . Switzerland | Heather HeaJung Joo . USA | Kate MacDonald . Canada | Katrina Stamatopoulos . Australia | Kalle Hamm & Dzamil Kamanger . Finland | Deniz Akca . UK | Jukka-Pekka Jalovaara & Samuli Kristian Saastamoinen . Finland | Lujan Candria . USA | Marla . Italy | Stéphanie Roland . Belgium

.photo artists
Arwa A. Ramadan . UAE | Elodie Abergel . Israel | Christiane Spatt . Austria | Benoit Mussche . Belgium | Luc Langlois . Canada | Marcela Arias . Mexico | Sophia Kaschowitz . Germany | Panu Koskimies . Finland | Sultana Raza . Luxembourg | Nina Moilanen . Finland

.painters
Shintaro Ito . Sweden | Gianluigi Maria Masucci . Italy | Michela Modolo . Italy | Bertram Marstaller . Germany | Andreas Tomblin . Cyprus | Filippa Levemark . Sweden

.computer graphics artist
Evan & Karen Voltz . USA

.performing artist
Piia Rossi . Germany (date of performance: June 11, 2013)

International ArtExpo is a not for profit organization that provides a significant forum for cultural dialogue between all artists from different cultures and countries. We depend on the support of you. ArtExpo is grateful to all of the institutions, corporations, and individuals who support our efforts. We work with a number of national and international galleries as well as publishers, museums, curators and writers 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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