ARGENTINA SHOWCASES ITALIAN 'INTROVISIONE' ART MOVEMENT

(VELINO) Roma, 2 Mar - The Italian art movement 'Introvisione'will be showcased in an exhibition hosted by the CentroCultural Borjes in Argentina from Mar. 5 for one month. ThreeItalian artists, painters Giovanni Schiaroli and RobertoGiovannetti and sculptor Monica Rafaeli, aim to return to theHumanistic tradition in art and create an intense connectionwith visitors to the exhibition. The Argentinian photographerDaniel Goldberg, who supports the vision and objectives of thisart movement, was invited by the three artists to contributehis photographs. Each artist will present 12 works. The eventwas organised by the Italian

(VELINO) Roma, 2 Mar - The Italian art movement 'Introvisione'will be showcased in an exhibition hosted by the CentroCultural Borjes in Argentina from Mar. 5 for one month. ThreeItalian artists, painters Giovanni Schiaroli and RobertoGiovannetti and sculptor Monica Rafaeli, aim to return to theHumanistic tradition in art and create an intense connectionwith visitors to the exhibition. The Argentinian photographerDaniel Goldberg, who supports the vision and objectives of thisart movement, was invited by the three artists to contributehis photographs. Each artist will present 12 works. The eventwas organised by the Italian Cultural Institute of BuenosAires, and is one of the initiatives for the Year of Italy inLatin America. Argentina is only one among many stops on thetour the movement has begun across Latin America, North Americaand Europe. For the three artists, 'Introvisione' is not onlyan art movement but a lifestyle, which shows the vanity ofhuman relations, returning man and his emotions to the centreof everything. The aim is to stop and think, take time foroneself and be detached from the anonymous and never-endingbustle of modern society. The works on show aim to stimulatethe observer to follow these ideas in a truly uniqueexperience. vel.