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Assisi, International Contemporary Art Exhibition

On Friday, December 1st, 2017 at 5:00 p.m., the annual International Contemporary Art Exhibition 2017 has been launched at the prestigious art gallery, Le Logge, in the historical town of Assisi UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The exhibition, which will run through the 8th of December, includes all the works produced by the selected artists and writers throughout the year at Arte Studio Ginestrelle artist residency in the regional park of Mount Subasio, as well as at the Writer’s residency located in the historical town of Assisi.
This exhibition is proudly supported by the Cultural Association Ginestrelle, the Council of Assisi, through the provision of the prestigious historical gallery (XI century) and by the American artist Ms. Virginia A. Mallon whom, through her association Open Road Creations, has donated to the fellow artists and published the International Contemporary Art Guide 2017, which aims to present a summary of the artistic projects shown at the Gallery in Assisi for the annual art exhibition.
Along with the authorities of the City of Assisi, the art critics Prof. Giovanni Zavarella, Prof. Arch. Tiziana Leopizzi, Dr. Gino Bulla, Prof. Ivo Picchiarelli, the artists Cinzia Fiaschi (Italy), Dongeun Lee (South Korea/United Kingdom), Anne Murray (Ireland/US), Loreal Prystaj (United States) were in attendance. Artist Anne Murray performed her poetry work A Wary Thing it is to inaugurate the exhibition.

A range of artistic disciplines from the literary, visual, performing arts, design, architecture, and sound projects have been displayed.

Featured in the exhibition are the works of: Sevda Alizadeh (Iran/The Netherlands) Brent Armendinger (United States) Reynard Bargmann (The Netherlands) Victoria Bilogan (Ukraine/Australia) Charles Black (United States) Mary Blatherwick (Canada) Janet Braun-Reinitz (United States) Lily Brown (United States) Liz Caffin (Australia) Vincent Caranchini (United States) Lucie Chan (Guyana/Canada) Keith Chidzey (Australia) Rodrigo de Toledo (Brazil/United States) Nadia DeLane (United States) Rosa Daniela Diaz (Uruguay/Australia) William Dickinson (United States) Reed Evans (United States) Cinzia Fiaschi (Italy) Lynda Frese (United States) Melissa Gaudet (United States) Giuliana Geronazzo (Italy) Denise Gracias (Canada) Indigo Hanlee (Australia) Clare Louise Harmon (United States) Elizabeth Heyman (United States) Jane Heyman (United States) Michael Thomas Hill (Australia) Janel Houton (United States) Henry James Jochum (United States) Astrid Kensinger (United States/Singapore) Tatiana Kolupaeva (Russia) Joan Larkin (United States) Dongeun Lee (South Korea/United Kingdom) Sami Liuhto (Finland) Gerry Lynch (Ireland) Virginia Mallon (United States) Sarah Maple (United Kingdom) Martha McInnis (United States) Anne Murray (Ireland/United States) Ekaterina Nekipelova (Russia) Loreal Prystaj (United States) Catherine Reeves (United States) Dave Reinitz (United States) William Root (United States) Cathy Rose (United States) Carla Rump (The Netherlands) Lisa Solberg (United States) Aremy Stewart (United States) Mary Stewart (United States) Lisa Stybor (Germany) Roberta Pyx Sutherland (Canada) Lisa Taliano (United States) Jessica Tuckwell (Australia) Elly-Louise Tyquin (Australia) Julia Watson (United States) Marissa Weatherhead (United Kingdom) Jennifer Wiebe (Canada) Ossi Yalon (Israel).

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