WINNER CALL FOR CHELSEA – CHRISTIAN BROGI

WINNER CALL FOR CHELSEA – CHRISTIAN BROGI

Christian Brogi - winner of Call for Chelsea
Christian Brogi – winner of Call for Chelsea

Christian Brogi winner of Call for Chelsea 2017

Saputo solo adesso per problemi di comunicazione con la sede di New York, che sono stato selezionato , vincitore ed esposto insieme ad altri 13 artisti internazionali, al prestigioso evento “Call for Chelsea” con esibizione a New York tra il 14 ed il 16 Dicembre 2017. Grande soddisfazione e grazie a tutti per il supporto.
http://www.callforchelsea.com/call-for-chelsea-2017
— con Kelly Boehmer, Mze Art – Maka Zedelashvili e Call for Chelsea presso New York.

 

 

La Luce delle Donne – Mostra fotografica personale di Christian Brogi a Siena

La Luce delle Donne – Mostra fotografica personale di Christian Brogi a Siena

https://www.facebook.com/events/521002781571463
https://www.facebook.com/events/521002781571463

 

Oggetto: Arte/Mostre a Siena

Mostra fotografica di Christian Brogi, tema: La luce delle Donne

40 opere fotografiche dell’ artista Christian Brogi, dove la donna, in tutte le sue età è protagonista assoluta ed indiscussa, forza,dolcezza,e fragilità, vengono espresse senza paura e senza la gabbia del tecnicismo.

La maggior parte degli scatti sono realizzati live, senza flash,con luce ambientale ma la spontaneità dei momenti catturati fa dimenticare il rumore di fondo grazie alla vitalità dei soggetti,
al di là di ogni schema manieristico,limitante e costrittivo.
Christian Brogi è alla direzione dei laboratori artistici/sala di posa fotografica del Liceo Artistico di Siena, collabora con la Buffalo University traminte il Suny Siena Program, è stato selezionato ed ha esposto alla Biennale Internazionale del Libro d’artista a Mosca, ed ha numerose critiche,pubblicazioni, e selezioni editoriali del Nationa Geographic Yourshot.

ingresso libero ore 18 del 24 Settembre 2017, presso la galleria dell’ hotel Minerva, promotrice di cultura ed arte.

Evento su FACEBOOK  – cliccando Qui : https://www.facebook.com/events/521002781571463

 

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Tra le scelte infinite dello scatto fotografico, l’arte di Christian Brogi è una continua e spasmodica ricerca di scrittura con la luce, un miracolo dell’attimo che, come scriveva Boubat: “verrà a salvarci” … ritratti del pensiero in bianco e nero per catturare le anime!

Mario Tassoni

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His work is an exploration of time.Time is revealed as a moment of transition between actions. The characters/objects, often in unusual situations, are, in their immobility, able and eager to show us the flowing of timein one gesture. His works are often ambiguous, subjective, and endless, indicating the becoming, the mutability of existence, and give rise to multiple interpretations. They are always balanced between present and past. In his poetic universe, time is a relentless flowin which all things can be reinterpreted. Time carries its disorienting, bare urban landscapes, where the present moment reveals itself in all its crudeness .
Presentation by Alessandra Marzuoli
( Artribune )

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Christian Brogi è un artista creativo che manifesta il suo estro in varie discipline, da quelle più moderne, multimediali, a quelle classiche, tra cui la composizione musicale, le animazioni, la fotografia, la scultura, il cortometraggio. La sua è una ricerca poliedrica, ricca di sfaccettature che l’artista riporta nelle sue opere su più piani, da quello formale, a quello emozionale. L’opera d’arte diviene in questo modo il tramite ideale per comunicare la sua presenza nel nuovo quadro contemporaneo.
Araxi Ipekjian

 

 

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Exhibition in Athens Photos of CHristian Brogi selected for “Monochrome” festival at the wall blanc Gallery in Athens.

Exhibition in Athens Photos of CHristian Brogi selected for “Monochrome” festival at the wall blanc Gallery in Athens.

 Exhibition in Athens
Photos of CHristian Brogi selected for “Monochrome” festival at the wall blanc Gallery in Athens.

wall Blanc Gallery christian brogi exibition
wall Blanc Gallery christian brogi exibition

Photography exhibition
Monochrome
Exhibition Duration:
31 March – 13 April 2017

Monochrome photographs have their own dynamic as they present a different

aspect of reality. It is always interesting to see what the photographer

imagines when he or she decides to take a picture. Sometimes the

domination of only one color is the catalyst that helps to the creation

of a new reality.

This is what makes people so interested in monochrome photographs.

The new emerging from something familiar, which seems known,

but so different at the same time.

Participating artists:

 

Alain Schroeder # Belgium
Alberto Raffaeli # Italy
Alfonso De Gregorio # Italy
Andrew Sole # UK
Anestis Panagopoulos # Greece
Angelos Nikolopoulos # Greece
Anna Pepe # Italy
Annemarie Spilker # Netherlands
Antony Petrakis # Greece
Apostolis Ritsos # Greece
Argha Chatterjee # India
Asgaraly Louloua # Madagascar
Chara Gatsiou # Greece
Chia-Chi Chang # Taiwan
Chris Jones # Ireland
Christian Brogi # Italy
Clovis Durand-Moldawan # France
Constantinos Constantinou # Cyprus
Daniela Pasquetti # Italy
Daniele Robotti # Italy
David Banta # USA
David Olds # USA
Debaditya Das # India
Dedri Wessels # South Africa
Diego Vazquez # Mexico
Ed Maximus # Haiti
Emanuele Amighetti # Italy
Evans Winanda Wirga # Indonesia
Fani Moraiti # Greece
Francesco D’Alonzo # Italy
George Digalakis # Greece
Giuseppe Sabella # Italy
Goran Pavletic # Croatia
Greg Metro # USA
Guillermo Aldaya # Cuba
Hossein Fardinfard # Iran
Ihar Paulau # Belarus
Iringo Simon # Romania
Jason Leong # Malaysia
Jeffeography # South Korea
Jim Lipschutz # USA
John Giannatos # Greece
John MacKenzie # USA
Jolanta Mazur # Poland
Joseph Chung # South Korea
Kelly McCann # UK
Kristin Dillon # USA
Lionel Rigal # France
Lodiza LePore # USA
Lorenzo Ferraro # Italy
Manos Sparis # Greece
Margrieta Jeltema # Netherlands
Markus Green # Germany
Mary Dimitropoulou # Greece
Masahiko Futami # Japan
Meagan Dwyer # USA
Merethe Wessel-Berg # Norway
Michael Wagener # Germany
Minas Stratigos # Greece
Mojca Cvirn # Slovenia
Nikolas Karathanasis # Greece
Oleksiy Gudzovskyy # Ukraine
Paolo Iommelli # Italy
Pericles Loucopoulos # Greece
Polod # France
Raul Raschetti # Sweden
Ronan Considine # Canada
Sadegh Souri # Iran
Sakulchai Sikitikul # Thailand
Saumalya Ghosh # India
Sergio Delle Vedove # Italy
Simon Rose # UK
Sladjana Grbic # Serbia
Souvik Banerjee # India
Tijen Erol # Cyprus
Vanda Melito # Brazil
Vangelis Tzertzinis # Greece
Vasiliki Trifona # Greec

Athens Atene, Christian Brogi esposition on Blank Wall Gallery. 2017
Athens Atene, Christian Brogi esposition on Blank Wall Gallery. 2017
Athens Atene, Christian Brogi esposition on Blank Wall Gallery. 2017
Athens Atene, Christian Brogi esposition on Blank Wall Gallery. 2017
Athens Atene, Christian Brogi esposition on Blank Wall Gallery. 2017
Athens Atene, Christian Brogi esposition on Blank Wall Gallery. 2017
Athens Atene, Christian Brogi esposition on Blank Wall Gallery. 2017
Athens Atene, Christian Brogi esposition on Blank Wall Gallery. 2017
Athens Atene, Christian Brogi esposition on Blank Wall Gallery. 2017
Athens Atene, Christian Brogi esposition on Blank Wall Gallery. 2017
Athens Atene, Christian Brogi esposition on Blank Wall Gallery. 2017
Athens Atene, Christian Brogi esposition on Blank Wall Gallery. 2017
Athens Atene, Christian Brogi esposition on Blank Wall Gallery. 2017
Athens Atene, Christian Brogi esposition on Blank Wall Gallery. 2017
Athens Atene, Christian Brogi esposition on Blank Wall Gallery. 2017
Athens Atene, Christian Brogi esposition on Blank Wall Gallery. 2017
Athens Atene, Christian Brogi esposition on Blank Wall Gallery. 2017
Athens Atene, Christian Brogi esposition on Blank Wall Gallery. 2017
Athens Atene, Christian Brogi esposition on Blank Wall Gallery. 2017
Athens Atene, Christian Brogi esposition on Blank Wall Gallery. 2017
Athens Atene, Christian Brogi esposition on Blank Wall Gallery. 2017
Athens Atene, Christian Brogi esposition on Blank Wall Gallery. 2017
Athens Atene, Christian Brogi esposition on Blank Wall Gallery. 2017
Athens Atene, Christian Brogi esposition on Blank Wall Gallery. 2017
Athens Atene, Christian Brogi esposition on Blank Wall Gallery. 2017
Athens Atene, Christian Brogi esposition on Blank Wall Gallery. 2017
Athens Atene, Christian Brogi esposition on Blank Wall Gallery. 2017
Athens Atene, Christian Brogi esposition on Blank Wall Gallery. 2017
Athens Atene, Christian Brogi esposition on Blank Wall Gallery. 2017
Athens Atene, Christian Brogi esposition on Blank Wall Gallery. 2017
Athens Atene, Christian Brogi esposition on Blank Wall Gallery. 2017
Athens Atene, Christian Brogi esposition on Blank Wall Gallery. 2017
Athens Atene, Christian Brogi esposition on Blank Wall Gallery. 2017
Athens Atene, Christian Brogi esposition on Blank Wall Gallery. 2017
Athens Atene, Christian Brogi esposition on Blank Wall Gallery. 2017
Athens Atene, Christian Brogi esposition on Blank Wall Gallery. 2017
Athens Atene, Christian Brogi esposition on Blank Wall Gallery. 2017
Athens Atene, Christian Brogi esposition on Blank Wall Gallery. 2017
Athens Atene, Christian Brogi esposition on Blank Wall Gallery. 2017
Athens Atene, Christian Brogi esposition on Blank Wall Gallery. 2017
Athens Atene, Christian Brogi esposition on Blank Wall Gallery. 2017
Athens Atene, Christian Brogi esposition on Blank Wall Gallery. 2017
Athens Atene, Christian Brogi esposition on Blank Wall Gallery. 2017
Athens Atene, Christian Brogi esposition on Blank Wall Gallery. 2017
Athens Atene, Christian Brogi esposition on Blank Wall Gallery. 2017
Athens Atene, Christian Brogi esposition on Blank Wall Gallery. 2017
Athens Atene, Christian Brogi esposition on Blank Wall Gallery. 2017
Athens Atene, Christian Brogi esposition on Blank Wall Gallery. 2017
Athens Atene, Christian Brogi esposition on Blank Wall Gallery. 2017
Athens Atene, Christian Brogi esposition on Blank Wall Gallery. 2017

Home International Photography Awards
Home International Photography Awards Announces Winners of the Competition
Christian Brogi was awarded in the International Photography Awards Competition. International Photography Awards (IPA) has announced the winners of Home’s competition.
Christian Brogi was Awarded: Honorable Mention in Home – Perception category for the winning entry “The Wait.”


Fotografo senese vince il “Made of steel photo contest winner”

Fotografo senese vince il “Made of steel photo contest winner”

Christian Brogi si aggiudica il premio fra oltre 7000 foto partecipanti.

A SIENA
E’ un fotografosenese, ChristianBrogi,
il vincitore del premio internazionale
Made Of Steel Photo contest,
su 7 mila foto partecipanti, con una
immagine straordinaria della Tour
Eiffel. Brogi, che ha collezionato e
colleziona premi a livello internazionale
ormai da molto tempo, predilige
il bianco nero, ed è proprio con
unafoto in bianco e neroche ritrae la
Tour Eiffel dal basso,da una prospettiva inaspettata,
ad aver vinto il prestigioso
photo contest.
Foto di Brogi sono state pubblicate
in moltissime prestigiose riviste quali
il National Geographic, tanto per fare
un nome. Un’altra foto pluripremiata
è Impressioni di settembre,
scattata sulle Dolomiti,che ha ricevuto
cinque premi diversi in denaro e
materiali fotografici, ed è tra le più
viste sul portale Viewbug. Ma la lista
sarebbe molto lunga, dato che nel
suo portfolio vi sono foto ormai notissime
un po’ ovunque e premiate in
grandi concorsi mondiali. Uno stile
particolare e affascinante, quello di
Brogi, che riesce a catturare quello
che l’occhio non vede ma che non sa
sfuggire all’obbiettivo, ossia le emozioni
e i brividi che solo un grande
fotografo sa ritrarre. Un altro dei
grandi artisti senesi di cui il mondo
parla.
Annalisa Coppolaro

 

Christian Brogi si aggiudica il premio fra oltre 7000 foto partecipanti Fotografo senese vince il “Made of steel photo contest winner”
Christian Brogi si aggiudica il premio fra oltre 7000 foto partecipanti
Fotografo senese vince il “Made of steel photo contest winner”

 

 

Articolo di Annalisa Coppolaro su Cittadino Online riguardo Christian Brogi
Articolo di Annalisa Coppolaro su Cittadino Online riguardo Christian Brogi
Galleria Orler, Punta ala 4 – 27 Settembre 2015

Galleria Orler, Punta ala 4 – 27 Settembre 2015

Prima mostra dell’Arte Accessibile Punta Ala, che si svolgerà dal 4 al 27 settembre presso le Gallerie Orler del Porto.

Esposizione di numerosi artisti, tra cui Christian Brogi.

 

presso la Galleria Orler del Centro Commerciale il Gualdo n.6 (Via Lattea)

L’inaugurazione avrà luogo il pomeriggio alle ore 17:00 con un aperitivo all’aperto in Piazzetta Luna Rossa interamente omaggiato da Orler.

 

 

 

Personale al Museo Civico di Allumiere fino 8 Agosto 2015

Personale al Museo Civico di Allumiere fino 8 Agosto 2015

Esposizione fotografica in un’area del museo di Allumiere, con 15 lavori fotografici inediti di Christian Brogi, in esposizione fino all’ 8 Agosto 2015.

Esposizione di 4 serie fotografiche di Christian Brogi
Esposizione di 4 serie fotografiche di Christian Brogi
Esposizione di 4 serie fotografiche di Christian Brogi
Esposizione di 4 serie fotografiche di Christian Brogi
Esposizione di 4 serie fotografiche di Christian Brogi
Esposizione di 4 serie fotografiche di Christian Brogi
Allumiere dall'alto.
Allumiere dall’alto.

 

 

Art Contest 2015 – Roccatederighi – Mostra la Rocca 2015 –

Art Contest 2015 – Roccatederighi – Mostra la Rocca 2015 –

Opera partecipata di Anna benedetto, Veronica Finucci e Christian Brogi

L’ opera racconta e riporta alla memoria dei visitatori Il gesto della raccolta del sale compiuto da Mahatma Gandhi come atto conclusivo della sua marcia avvenuta da Amedabad fino a Dandi, nel marzo 1930 in India, nell’ambito della Satyagraha (Lotta partecipata di un popolo senza ricorrere alla violenza), per manifestare contro la tassa sul sale, su cui vigeva un assoluto monopolio imperiale, imposta dal governo britannico a tutto il popolo indiano. La marcia durata 26 giorni coprì a piedi una distanza di circa 200 miglia e portò la protesta pacifica direttamente nelle saline, presidiate dalla polizia inglese. Partirono in 78 e arrivarono in diverse migliaia. La “marcia del sale” si concluse con l’arresto di più di 60.000 persone, tra cui Gandhi, condannato a 6 anni, e moltissimi membri del Congresso. Fu un gesto di grande importanza sociale, e come disse Gandhi: “With this, I am shaking the foundation of the British Empire”
L’atto partecipato che i tre artisti richiedono ai visitatori, è raccogliere un pugno di sale sottraendolo al “mandala” da loro composto e andarlo a riporre nel contenitore trasparente, man mano che i visitatori raccoglieranno il sale per conservarlo come bene prezioso (purifica, conserva, protegge), verrà svelato il disegno iniziale del mandala.
Un gesto che ci fa salire verticalmente dal basso verso l’alto, così come avviene durante la costruzione della nostra anima, tra ricordi, memorie e ambizione di sogni poetici, per far sì che si arrivi ad un Altrove dove le nostre esistenze diventano collettivo universale di rispetto per l’esistenza umana. Fare nostro un atto, istintivamente impossessarsi della sua vitalità e immedesimarsi alla scoperta finale di un bisogno di pace.
Exibition of Contemporary Art

VAI ALL’EVENTO SU FACEBOOK
link to Christian Brogi
link to BBF
link to Christian Brogi Photographer Art

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Home International Photography Awards Announces Winners of the Competition

Home International Photography Awards Announces Winners of the Competition

Home International Photography Awards Announces Winners of the Competition

Christian Brogi was awarded in the International Photography Awards Competition. International Photography Awards (IPA) has announced the winners of Home’s competition.
Christian Brogi
was Awarded: Honorable Mention in Home – Perception category for the winning entry “The Wait.”

Contact:

[email protected]
http://www.christianbrogi.it

The Home International Photography Awards received nearly 18,000 submissions from 104 countries across the globe. IPA is a sister-effort of the Lucie Foundation, where the top three winners are announced at the annual Lucie Awards gala ceremony. The Foundation’s mission is to honor master photographers, to discover new and emerging talent and to promote the appreciation of photography. Since 2003, IPA has had the privilege and opportunity to acknowledge and recognize contemporary photographer’s accomplishments in this specialized and highly visible competition. Visit www.photoawards.com

 

IPA Contact

Linda Dzhema
Director, International Photography Awards
[email protected]

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Christian-Brogi-Photographer-Arts/1421177474801328?fref=ts

ART CONTEST 2015

ART CONTEST 2015

arTcontest 2015

Selezionati i BBF (Anna Benedetto, Christian Brogi, Veronica Finucci) per esporre a Mostra la Rocca, esposizione internazionale di arte contemporanea.

“Mostra la Rocca..” ringrazia tutti gli artisti che hanno partecipato ad arTcontest_2015.Agli artisti che non sono stati selezionati esprime un sincero apprezzamento per i progetti presentati con la speranza e l’augurio di ritrovarli protagonisti nell’edizione 2016.Agli artisti vincitori invia, con le meritate felicitazioni, un caloroso arrivederci a Roccatederighi per vivere insieme una rassegna d’arte la più interessante e gioiosa possibile. Ancora grazie e saluti creativi a tutti.

I vincitori:

  • Benedetto Anna (progetto: “Saprai di sale”)
  • Bettega Giacomo Jah (progetto: “Insieme si possono fare grandi cose”)
  • Brogi Cecilia (progetto: “Nuvola di farfalle”
  • Lorusso Carmela (progetto: “Trasformazione”)
  • Tondelli Giulia (progetto: “Lassù”)

La Commissione selezionatrice è stata composta da:

  • Renato Pisani – artista ed organizzatore di Mostra La Rocca
  • Francesco Ciavarella – artista
  • Ugo Antinori – artista
  • Giampaolo Osele – artista
  • Giuseppe Orfino – esperto in comunicazione

Art Contest 2015

Call for Bushwick

Call for Bushwick

CHRISTIAN BROGI

Selected and exposition on Call For Bushwick 2015

ELIGIBILITY

The competition is open to artists from all over the world. Artists must be 18 years old or older.Media Accepted are: painting, sculpture, installation, p

Christian Brogi, Winner of CALL FOR BUSHWICK 2015

Title of the Contest: The Rebirth of Wonder

Giorgio Vasari, the founder of modern art history, devotes his “Lives of the Most Eminent Painters Sculptors and Architects” to an endeavor beyond mere historiography. Vasari analyses the nature of art itself by describing in language bellissimo the arts of the Renaissance. He comes once and again on his reasoning to the sense of wonder, of amazement, of awe. The arts are products of genius, wonders of the Nature that resembles itself. Marvels that are recognized by an unequivocal sense of wonder. One who stands in front of The School of Athens “has great reason to marvel, for it amazes all who behold it”, the eminent Raffaello da Urbino was “left marveling and amazed” in presence of Leonardo’s works. Even when he describes the contribution of the patrons of the arts such as Lorenzo de Medici, the Magnificent, Vasari says that he put the means “to amaze the world”.

What do we really know five hundred years after Vasari’s book of wonder and awe? Although several theorists have attempted to define awe and related states, empirical studies of awe are almost non-existent. The scientific community has been taking the “sense of wonder”, more and more in consideration. In 1992 Paul Ekman posited that awe may be a distinct emotion. Recent work has documented a distinct facial expression for awe (Shiota, Campos, & Keltner, 2003), and has provided preliminary data on the personality variables associated with dispositional awe-proneness (Shiota, Keltner, & John, 2006). But it is still very difficult to find agreement on a description of this emotion, in part because the elicitors are so diverse, and the emotion’s function is unclear (Lazarus, 1991).

The most important study about this sense of wonder is “Approaching awe, a moral, spiritual, and aesthetic emotion.” By Keltner and Haidt in 2003. They support a vision of “awe” characterized by two features: perceptual vastness and need for accommodation. They understand vastness, of course, in a wide sense. A stimulus may convey vastness in physical space, in time, in number, in complexity of detail, in ability, even in volume of human experience. What is critical is that the stimulus dramatically expands the observer’s usual frame of reference in some dimension or domain, and that expansion of the frame of reference makes cognitive accommodation necessary.

From this point of view, the one of a contemporary Vasari, Art is what shakes you out of the frame you see the world through, and demands you to change, rethink, relocate, and awe in reverence at the vastness of this world.

hotography, net art, video, mixed media, design, light art, new media art, comics, drawing, collage, pottery, digital art, printmaking and sound installation.Each artist can send a maximum of three artworks.

Artworks can be of any size.

JUDGING

Our judges will evaluate the artworks based on five criteria:–           Relevance and ability to conceptualize the theme: The Rebirth of Wonder
–           Aesthetics, originality and creative vision
–           Research, impact factor and critical thinking
–           Technical skills
–           Potential for development in the art world

SUBMISSION

– Fill out the application form from www.callforbushwick.com
– Pay a non-refundable fee of 

$ 35.00 EARLY Deadline by Midnight of January 15th 2015 or   
$ 50.00 REGULAR (EXTENDED) Deadline by Midnight of April 30th 2015
– Upload art images (max 2 pictures for every artwork). Every picture must be max 800 kb. in .jpg, .tiff, .pdf
– For more info: [email protected]
To Apply, click here: 
The files uploaded cannot be larger than 1MB or 6MB all together.

SUBMISSION TIMELINE

EARLY Deadline by Midnight of January 15th 2015 (Eastern Time) or
REGULAR (EXTENDED) Deadline by Midnight of April 30th 2015 (Eastern Time)Winner announcement: on May 5th 2015 through www.callforbushwick.com

AWARDS

Group-show exhibition.
Online catalogue publication showcasing the artists selected by the curatorial board
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EXHIBITION SCHEDULE

June 5th – June 7th 2015
Bushwick, NY

PRODUCTION AND TRANSPORT OF WORKS

Artists selected and invited to exhibit will be responsible for the cost of producing, transporting and insuring their works, The address in NYC where the artworks selected are to be sent will be communicated privately to the winners.

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JURORS PANEL
Every Juror will score each artist on a scale of 1 to 20.
The selection of the winners will be based on the sum of the jurors’ votes.
The jurors perform their role on a volunteer basis. There will be no compensation or refund of expenses for the selection process.

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Christian Brogi, Winner of CALL FOR BUSHWICK 2015  Title of the Contest: The Rebirth of Wonder  Giorgio Vasari, the founder of modern art history, devotes his “Lives of the Most Eminent Painters Sculptors and Architects” to an endeavor beyond mere historiography. Vasari analyses the nature of art itself by describing in language bellissimo the arts of the Renaissance. He comes once and again on his reasoning to the sense of wonder, of amazement, of awe. The arts are products of genius, wonders of the Nature that resembles itself. Marvels that are recognized by an unequivocal sense of wonder. One who stands in front of The School of Athens “has great reason to marvel, for it amazes all who behold it”, the eminent Raffaello da Urbino was “left marveling and amazed” in presence of Leonardo’s works. Even when he describes the contribution of the patrons of the arts such as Lorenzo de Medici, the Magnificent, Vasari says that he put the means “to amaze the world”.  What do we really know five hundred years after Vasari’s book of wonder and awe? Although several theorists have attempted to define awe and related states, empirical studies of awe are almost non-existent. The scientific community has been taking the “sense of wonder”, more and more in consideration. In 1992 Paul Ekman posited that awe may be a distinct emotion. Recent work has documented a distinct facial expression for awe (Shiota, Campos, & Keltner, 2003), and has provided preliminary data on the personality variables associated with dispositional awe-proneness (Shiota, Keltner, & John, 2006). But it is still very difficult to find agreement on a description of this emotion, in part because the elicitors are so diverse, and the emotion’s function is unclear (Lazarus, 1991).  The most important study about this sense of wonder is “Approaching awe, a moral, spiritual, and aesthetic emotion.” By Keltner and Haidt in 2003. They support a vision of “awe” characterized by two features: perceptual vastness and need for accommodation. They understand vastness, of course, in a wide sense. A stimulus may convey vastness in physical space, in time, in number, in complexity of detail, in ability, even in volume of human experience. What is critical is that the stimulus dramatically expands the observer’s usual frame of reference in some dimension or domain, and that expansion of the frame of reference makes cognitive accommodation necessary.  From this point of view, the one of a contemporary Vasari, Art is what shakes you out of the frame you see the world through, and demands you to change, rethink, relocate, and awe in reverence at the vastness of this world.
Christian Brogi, Winner of CALL FOR BUSHWICK 2015
Title of the Contest: The Rebirth of Wonder
Giorgio Vasari, the founder of modern art history, devotes his “Lives of the Most Eminent Painters Sculptors and Architects” to an endeavor beyond mere historiography. Vasari analyses the nature of art itself by describing in language bellissimo the arts of the Renaissance. He comes once and again on his reasoning to the sense of wonder, of amazement, of awe. The arts are products of genius, wonders of the Nature that resembles itself. Marvels that are recognized by an unequivocal sense of wonder. One who stands in front of The School of Athens “has great reason to marvel, for it amazes all who behold it”, the eminent Raffaello da Urbino was “left marveling and amazed” in presence of Leonardo’s works. Even when he describes the contribution of the patrons of the arts such as Lorenzo de Medici, the Magnificent, Vasari says that he put the means “to amaze the world”.
What do we really know five hundred years after Vasari’s book of wonder and awe? Although several theorists have attempted to define awe and related states, empirical studies of awe are almost non-existent. The scientific community has been taking the “sense of wonder”, more and more in consideration. In 1992 Paul Ekman posited that awe may be a distinct emotion. Recent work has documented a distinct facial expression for awe (Shiota, Campos, & Keltner, 2003), and has provided preliminary data on the personality variables associated with dispositional awe-proneness (Shiota, Keltner, & John, 2006). But it is still very difficult to find agreement on a description of this emotion, in part because the elicitors are so diverse, and the emotion’s function is unclear (Lazarus, 1991).
The most important study about this sense of wonder is “Approaching awe, a moral, spiritual, and aesthetic emotion.” By Keltner and Haidt in 2003. They support a vision of “awe” characterized by two features: perceptual vastness and need for accommodation. They understand vastness, of course, in a wide sense. A stimulus may convey vastness in physical space, in time, in number, in complexity of detail, in ability, even in volume of human experience. What is critical is that the stimulus dramatically expands the observer’s usual frame of reference in some dimension or domain, and that expansion of the frame of reference makes cognitive accommodation necessary.
From this point of view, the one of a contemporary Vasari, Art is what shakes you out of the frame you see the world through, and demands you to change, rethink, relocate, and awe in reverence at the vastness of this world.

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European International Book Art Biennale

European International Book Art Biennale

Christian Brogi ed il suo collettivo BBF partecipa alla biennale con un lavoro singolo ed uno di gruppo alla Biennale di Mosca del libro d’ artista, tenutasi nel 2014 alla Biblioteca Nazionale.

 

3rd EIBAB – EUROPEAN INTERNATIONAL BOOK ART BIENNALE MOSKOW 2014

THE ART DIARY, ART JOURNAL, VISUAL JOURNAL
„Every artists creates his own journal/ diary, that transposes his physical state of mind and embodies a part of his soul constantly influenced by specific moments in life“ ( Dorothea Fleiss)
The 3nd European International Book Art Biennale
September 2014 in MOSKOW, RUSSIA

Organisers of the EIBAB :D. Fleiss & East West Artists e. V. Stuttgart,Author and curator of the 3nd European International BOOK ART BIENNALE:
Dorothea Fleiss
Email: [email protected]
in collaboration with curator :
Mikhail Pogarsky
Email: [email protected]Participants:

Russia
Elena Pavlova (Potanina), Galina Maltseva, Elena Yablochkina, Vasily Vlasov, Petr Perevezentsev, Viktoria Barvenko, Mikhail Molochnikov, Natalia Sineva, Natalia Smolianskaja, Inna Grinchel, Georgy Kovenchuk, Alexej Parygin, Valery Korchagin, Mikhail Pogarsky, Svetlana Nikolskaja, Valery Burov, Anatoly Pestov, Elena Fedorova, Alexander Limarev, Svetlana Pestskaja, Nikolaj Kraschin, Oleg Smirnov, Vera Atkarskaja, Kira Matissen, Alla Emily, Rodion Chernievsky, Viktor Lukin, Viktor Goppe, Andrey Rybakov, Eduard Kulemin.
Italy:
Anna Benedetto, Veronika Finucci, Christian Brogi, Claudia Nachtigall, Orecchia Pierangela, Alvaro, Andrea Talmelli, Evelina Schatz, Claudio Granaroli, Antonella Prota Giurleo, Micaella Tornaghi, Daniela Dente
Romania:
Vasinca Monica, Mirela Traistaru, Stefan Balog, Elena Cristea, Angneta Cismasiu, Poti Orsolya, Karoly Zöld Gyongyi, Andor Komives, Raluca Ghideanu, Marilena Preda Sanc
Brasil:
Jussara Pires, Leci Bohn, Vera Presotto, There Reis, Mara Caruso, Neiva Mattioli Leite, Bete Domingos, Tania Luzzatto, Maria do Carmo Toniolo Kuhn, Jeanete Ecker Kohler, Maria Darmeli Araujo, Jane Godoy, Therezinha Fogliato Lima, Ieda Mariano, Sirlei Caetano, Jane Balconi, Luiza Gutierrez, Eny Herbst, Maria Julieta Damasceno Ferreira, Gralha Azul group.
Germany: 
Ayano Mouri, Tamara Ivanova, Christel Andreia Steier, Kristina Stainer
USA:
Candace Hicks, Tatiana Shuhin, Sandra Shuman, Camelia Deznan, Beth Giacummo
Hungary:
Zsoka Paqyi
Morocco:
Anna Maria Akdine Garzon, Mezouar Wafaa
Austria:
 Christine Kertz, Bianka Tschaikner
France: 
 Yvan Mignot, Rachèle Rivière, Marina Haccoun-Levikoff
Chile:
 Igacio Gastillo
Turkey: 
Can Kukuktepepinar, Ipek Duden
Egypt:
M. Abou el Naga
Belorussia:
Mikhail Barzdyka
Greece
Vasilis Karkatselis
India
Utpal Barua
Ukrane:
Yuliya Tabenskaja
Ireland:
Aaron Smyth
Australia
Tatiana Bonch-Osmolovskaja
Belgium
Bernd Reichert
UK
Paula MacGregor, Kate Black

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