The polyhedral artist Italia Vogna is being awarded with “premio Canaletto”, organized by Spoleto Arte on May 30th within the contest of the Spoleto Pavillon in Calle Cerchieri 1270.
The exhibition, dedicated to the Canaletto award, opened with a presentation ceremony of the selected artists, including Italia Vogna, who proposed a dance-inspired painting (named “triptych Bailar”).
The amazing triptych shall remain exposed within the contest of the “Biennale di Venezia d’Arte” until June 22nd 2019. Italia Vogna, eclectic artist, whose talent extends from painting to music, has roots arising from two different realities, but at the same time pretty much similar: Neapolitan by father, and brasilian by mother (Rainha is the mother’s family name). Artistic curiosity has always led Italia Vogna towards perpetual research. Her philosophy is projected towards elegance and essentiality in all its artistic expressions, from music to painting.
On the occasion of the exhibition, the awarding ceremony was witnessed by Luigi Gattinara, director of the Triennale di Fotografia, by Roberto Villa, close friend of both Pier Paolo Pasolini and Dario Fo, by Silvia Casarin Rizzolo, who collaborates with the Teatro La Fenice, by Maria Lorena Franchi, well-known organizer of the Monte Carlo gallery, and by the Municipal Councillor Giancarlo Giacomin. Author and presenter of the exhibition is Salvo Nugnes, president of Spoleto Arte.
Each of the artists has been awarded for the constant commitment shown within the art scene and for the comunicative capacities expressed by their paintings. The awarding ceremony has represented an occasion for the artists to manifest their personal artistic visions and to illustrate their own stylistic choices, gifting the public with moments of intense emotions.
writer: Gabriella Chiarappa