From 19th to 23rd March 2014 @ the Brick Lane Gallery
In one of the city hub of contemporary art world, an innovative event with the aim to bring a breath of made in Italy talent over the English Channel. Taking advantage of the enormous success of the two previous editions, Who Art You? speeds up the pace and lands in London.
It will be held on Friday 23rd May 2014 at the Ex Fornace Building (Alzaia Naviglio Pavese) in Milan. 80 artists involved for the categories of painting, photography, sculpture and video. The raise of Who Art You? at the third power, a one-night event with the best of young contemporary art. A huge collective show, an exhibition enjoyed during an only night, the possibility to be overwhelmed by art. Even more impressive will be the play of contrasts created by the combination of Ex Fornace’s ancient profile with its beautiful colonnades and nineteenth century ceilings and the contemporary beauty of the exhibited artworks.
It has been held on May 24th 2013 at Spazio Concept in Milan. 60 artist for the categories of painting, photography, sculpture and video.
A perfect night in a surreal atmosphere of lights and projections : the international artistic contest Who Art You? 2 left speechless another time, in its second edition, more than 1000 people of the public. A physical and mental walk welcomed the guests with the introduction of the videos in the contest, and after that a futuristic wooden structure in which the artworks of the categories of painting, photography and sculpture are embedded, like jewels: a full vision at 360°.
It has been held on May 25th 2012 at Design Library in Milan. 50 artists for the categories of painting, photography and video.
An explosive first edition of the artistic contest Who Art You?, which has hosted artists from all over the world: United States, Russia, Romania, Sweden, Switzerland, Poland, Caracas, Sudan, Iran, Norway and Italy.
The collective exhibition has started at 6.30 p.m., in the magic location that is the Design Libray, where design, art and culture come together for the citizens, the passer-by and for every interested or distracted person.