Francesca Anfosso is a curator and a gallerist based in Rome. She is the owner of the 28 Piazza di Pietra - fine art gallery. The Gallery is situated in the centre of Rome, at number 28 in Piazza di Pietra. The space is born with the purpose of creating, within this unique location, a new hub dedicated to Art and culture. The project is conceived as an interaction centre, with the aim of allowing a dynamic mix of idea generation and artistic production. The intent of the gallery is to promote contemporary Art and its multiple expressions with a particular focus on the photographic medium both locally and on an international level.
Nartwork was founded by Rossella Bellan, Giulia Mazzilli and Antonietta Panico with the aim of promoting and value any form of art by supporting the cultural heritage and the works of contemporary artists. Nartwork organizes a variety of different national and international exhibitions and contests. Furthermore, Nartwork publishes catalogues and brochures for artists and art-centres and works as a training centre in collaboration with public and private organizations. Exhibitions curated by Nartwork : Group exhibition “Metamorfosi creative” from 15th to 26th February 2019 at the exhibition rooms of Fondazione Valenzi, inside Maschio Angioino,in Naples (Italy). Group exhibition “Irrealta’ Visibili” from 24th May until 4th of June 2019 at the exhibition room of Fondazione Valenzi, inside Maschio Angioino, in Naples (Italy). Group exhibition “Mindfulness” from 11th to 17th October 2019 at Hoxton 253 in London (UK). Solo exhibition By Antonio Corbo “Contaminazioni” from 18th to 29th of October 2019, at the exhibition rooms of Fondazione Valenzi, inside Maschio Angioino,in Naples (Italy). Group exhibition “Scandagli” from 10th to 20th January 2020, at the exhibition rooms of Fondazione Valenzi, inside Maschio Angioino,in Naples (Italy). Group exhibition “Transizioni Moderne” from 31st October to 5th November 2020 at Centro d’Arte San Vidal, in Venice (Italy).
Imagoars cultural association was born in 2009 thanks to a group of artists and art enthusiasts promoting events into the sphere of Art with the purpose of showing and promoting high-quality artistic expressions, from painting to sculpture, from installations to performances. Its activity is aimed at enlarging the knowledge of Art and spreading it through its different languages. Art is not seen as the pure reproduction of the physical world nor as the devastation of our shared satisfying aesthetic equilibrium. Instead, by proposing a new approach towards it, Imagoars conceives it as a contribution for the growth of human sensitivity in order to create a better quality of life inside a shared common ground, namely a “common-city”, more opened and tolerating towards diversity.