Press Conference Italian Festival in Czech Republic

From 31 July to 2 August 2015 was held in the city of Horice on Italian Culture Festival in Czech Republic. The works of Massimo Innocenti, Angelo Minisci, Una Jovovic and Monica Maestrelli, described the situation of the art of our country in the fields of Graphics, Fashion, Design, Painting and Photography.

The painter  Massimo Innocenti is an artist of vast experience and multiple collaborations in the field of Visual Art that works with installed paintings large and small at the same time, finding a dialogue between their empirical language imagery, creating atmospheres elusive where impersonation transcends the simplicity of things.

The Italian Designer Angelo Minisci instead carries out project activities and interdisciplinary research in the field of Design. Many of his writings and projects were presented in various exhibitions and cultural initiatives in Italy (“Abitare il tempo”, “Triennale di Milano”, Salone del Mobile) and abroad, in France, Spain, South America and Japan. He is a member of “First Observatory on National Artistic Handicraft”. This event presented the research: “Borders and fractures. Design between goods and ritual.”

The Fashion Design Industry was represented by Monica Maestrelli stylist for over twenty years of the fashion house Gucci, which has worked closely with both Tom Ford with Frida Giannini. Presented a collection with a series of prototypes linked to jewel. The jewels that will be presented were made in Silver 925 and Natural Stones. Its collections were exhibited in various galleries in Tokyo, Prague, New York and Texas where some of his limited edition models can be found.

Images of Una Jovovic instead represented the situation of landscape photography and Italian Architecture.

The pictures that follow are interviews and the opening ceremony, the press conference of Italian Culture Festival in Czech Republic and the meeting with the institutions of Horice.

LABA and RIFLE new agreement
From sketch to a car project of a LABA student