Aiello del Friuli, May 2019 – Palmanova Outlet Village loves Art with its new exhibition. After the success of the exhibition by the three artists from Friuli Marina Battistella, Roberto Milan and Nello Taverna, at civic number 61 it will be possible to admire the original artworks by Taverna and Battistella: moreover, two new artists, Andrea Caisutti and Fabio Bon were added. The exhibition has the following opening hours: from Thursday to Friday, from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m., Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m..
Marina Battistella lives in Bagnaria Arsa. She attended the Art Institute “Sello” in Udine, where she had two respected masters: Mario Baldan and Nane Zavagno. Her debut was inspired mainly by impressionism, arriving then at hyperrealism. Curiosity and interest for material aspects brought Battistella to a constant research, till she reached a personal expressive figure, characterized by a balanced combination between space reasons and materic reasons, in a well-recognizable chromatic structure. Always open-minded to the discussion with the colleagues and the contemporary artistic movements, Marina Battistella still remains loyal to her ideals preferring materials, color consistency and the balanced structuring of the pictorial space. The artist presented her art works in several exhibitions, in Italy and abroad. Among the most recent ones, some in Slovenia, Croatia, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, Austria and Belgium.
Nello Taverna, artist from San Giorgio di Nogaro, started his activity since he was very young and began to exhibit at the end of the ‘60s. Eminent critics in journals, magazines, art catalogues, TV broadcasts were interested in his works. He exhibited in Italy and abroad, in galleries, museums and in private and public exhibition halls. He is present in several catalogues by Mondadori, de Agostini and other publishing houses. His art works are well-known internationally. After leaving the Mannerism painting, in the ‘80s he merged into an experimentation of different forms and materials such as: earth, sand, salt, wax, ash and ceramic. Towards the end of the ‘80s, his work concentrated on research of energy and the harmony of the movements of water, sand and wind. In the same period he began a collaboration with some important Italian galleries and the diffusion of his art works in the affiches world with “Arts, graphics, memories”. In 1998, the meeting in Tuscany with the gallerist Tiziano Forni from Bologna signed a succesful professional partnership, thanks to which he was able to exhibit in many Italian cities.
Andrea Caisutti By day a mechanical designer, in the evening and in his spare time he steps into the shoes of the sculptor. The personal and professional life of Andrea Caisutti (born in Udine in 1967, with his home and atelier in the vicinity of Percoto) takes place on the thread of balance between technology and art, two sides that coexist in a constant dialogue in his sculptural gesture. He started sculpting small statues for the nativity scene when he was 10 years old. An innate and self-taught artistic talent: the only training acquired in this particular field were the free courses attended at the art school of Ortisei, in the province of Bolzano, and the teachings of a master sculptor in his laboratory in Udine. Then there was the beginning of a "parallel" career to the real professional one, with his participation in exhibitions, sculpture symposiums and art exhibitions.
Fabio Bon Nato a Udine nel 1962. Appassionato fin da piccolo, coltiva la passione e lo studio per la storia dell’arte e l’architettura, e alla metà degli anni ’80 la fotografia diventa il mezzo ideale per la sperimentazione e per una personale ricerca artistica. In quel periodo entra in contatto con gli ambienti fotografici, frequenta i circoli della Regione e quelli di oltre confine in particolare gli ambienti dell’Isontino. Non si contano in quegli anni le collaborazioni con associazioni culturali ed artisti e le partecipazioni a mostre e concorsi. L’attività culturale frenetica e la voglia di apprendere consentono ben presto di allargare gli obiettivi e di misurarsi con ambienti importanti. Costanti sono le frequentazioni di Venezia e il Veneto, di Trieste e per un breve periodo della capitale. Numerosi sono i premi ed i riconoscimenti. E’ proprio grazie al crescente consenso della critica che matura, nel 1994, la decisione di diventare fotografo professionista. Dal 1994 è titolare di uno studio fotografico, FotoStudio3, attivo per tre anni nella Bassa friulana, a Gonars, e successivamente trasferitosi a Udine fino al 2010. Da fotografo ritrattista e di cerimonia, l’attività si è costantemente evoluta. Oggi il negozio ha lasciato il posto a uno studio attrezzato per immagini professionali molto tecniche e creative. Spazia dalle immagini di ricerca su food e beverage, sullo still life di oggetti, la riproduzione di opere per pubblicazioni e cataloghi d’arte. Il rigore tecnico si affianca all’estro creativo e al sapiente utilizzo dell’illuminazione da studio. Fabio Bon all’attività professionale di fotografo commerciale affianca un’attività di ricerca creativa. Numerose le collaborazioni in quest’ambito.
Fabio Bon Born in Udine in 1962. Since he was a child, he cultivated the passion and the study of art history and architecture, and in the mid-80s the photography became the ideal way to experiment and to research for his personal artistic. In that period he came into contact with the photographic environments, he frequented the circles of the Region and those of beyond Italian borders in particular the clubs of the Isontino. At that time, there were countless collaborations with cultural associations and artists and participations in exhibitions and competitions. The fast-paced cultural activity and the desire to learn enabled him in a short time to broaden his objectives and to compete with important environments. He continuously frequented Venice and the Veneto Region, Trieste and for a short period the capital. He received numerous awards and recognitions. It was thanks to the growing consensus of the critics that in 1994 he matured the decision to become a professional photographer. Since 1994 he was the owner of a photographic studio, called FotoStudio3, that was active for three years in the Lower Friuli region, in Gonars, and later was moved to Udine until 2010. As a portrait and ceremony photographer, his activity has constantly evolved. Today the shop has given way to a studio equipped for very technical and creative professional images. He ranges from research images on food and beverage, to the still life of objects and the reproduction of works for publications and art catalogs. The technical rigor joins the creative flair and the wise use of studio lighting. In addition to being a professional photographer, Fabio Bon continues its creative research activity, boasting numerous collaborations in this area.
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A Sunday Race in the heart of one of the most charming forests in Europe. The Cansiglio Run is back on Sunday 16th June, suggesting 4 several race distances: from the longest (34,5 km) to the Family Run with its 5,5 km, opened to everyone, moving between the 2 intermediate trials (22 km and 10 km, the last opened to nordic walking lovers).