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Outdoor Festival: Here, now

Outdoor Festival: Here, now

Outdoor Festival is a festival celebrating the relationship between the contemporary art and the city of Rome. The ex barracks in Guido Reni street, Flaminio ‘s district, Rome, are the location chosen this year for the 6th edition of the event. An area of 30.000mq for 17 artists, 16 musicians and many events. The title for this edition will be “Here, now” and it reflects on Time and Space, themes on which the people based their experience. “Here, now” will be divided into 9 parts: France, Spain, Brazil, England, Greece, Holland, Norway, Italy and Rome. The France pavilion exhibits the work of Tilt. Tilt is a young and international artist. He works as street artist and his style remember the old school and the wild style with shapes and forms that enchant the visitors.

Tilt, photo from out-door.it

Tilt, photo from out-door.it

Penique Productions is the collector of the artists which represents Spain. Their works consist in a fleeting installations that take up all space around them. The art works modify the space limits of the rooms, allowing at the visitors to experiment new spaces.

Penique Productions, A Piscina do Parque Lage, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil, 2015, photo from peniqueproductions.com

Penique Productions, A Piscina do Parque Lage,
Rio de Janeiro, Brasil, 2015, photo from peniqueproductions.com

For the Brazil pavilion the artist chosen is Tinho, street artist. His works raise different emotions as loneliness and suffering but also sweetness. Tinho’s art works adapt themselves to the surrounding environment.

Thino, Projeto Transformações rolando em Madureira, RJ, 2015, photo from thino_nomura on flickr

Thino, Projeto Transformações rolando em Madureira, RJ, 2015, photo from thino_nomura on flickr

Innovation is the most important word for the England pavilion that will be represented by Insa, street artist, famous for his gif-iti, animate gif created with his graffiti. His art works are in the middle between reality and dream, with a mix of strong color and fantasy.

Insa, Shanghai, photo from insaland.com

Insa, Shanghai, photo from insaland.com

Greece pavilion presents Alexandros Vasmoulakis, street and installations artist. His works are considered part of the trash art for the use of abandoned factory for the location and abandoned things for the elements of his works.

Alexandros Vasmoulakis, Master, Greece, 2011, photo from vasmou.com

Alexandros Vasmoulakis, Master, Greece, 2011, photo from vasmou.com

Line, geometry, black and white. These are the principal characters of the Graphic Surgery, the collector of artists chosen for the Holland pavilion. Graphic Surgery works with murales, videos and big installations.

Graphic Surgery, Abandoned, 2015, photo from graphicsurgery.nl

Graphic Surgery, Abandoned, 2015, photo from graphicsurgery.nl

Martin Whatson is the artist chosen for the Norway pavilion. He works with elements which are generally considered ugly. He works with a mix between graffiti and stancil art and he uses basic colors, as grey, for the background and vibrant colors for the subjects.

Martin Whatson, Less is More More More, 2014, photo from martinwhatson.com

Martin Whatson, Less is More More More,
2014, photo from martinwhatson.com

The Italia pavilion is represented by Guido Bisagni, called 108. His works are abstract, minimal and surreal. He works with painting but also with music, sculptures and installations.

108, Street Alps, Torrepellice, photo from 108nero.com

108, Street Alps, Torrepellice, photo from 108nero.com

Alice Pasquini represented Rome pavilion. Her works show personal moments of her subjects, normal people. In this way she desires to analyse the relations between people. Save the date: 2 October 2015, Rome.

Alice Pasquini, La città della fantasia, 2015, Rome, photo from alicepasquini.com

Alice Pasquini, La città della fantasia, 2015, Rome, photo from alicepasquini.com

 

References: out-door.it