A life-size test
To confront each other...
⇒ 2006 - 2016
For almost 10 years until May 2016, Gallery 523 - 521 (Piccini da Todi / Visual Art and Memory) located in the Belgo Building building in the Montreal's downtown, allowed me to test and test the foundations of my current creativity and the relevance of all the underlying messages. /span>
By unveiling to the public all of my creations in live development then, I was able to refine in situation the basis of my various techniques (drawing, graphic art, photography and multimedia)./span>
It was therefore an excellent way to confront me immediately without any net, to a vast cosmopolitan and varied audience, to submit to them all this nascent production including the graphic and development studio's creativity (especially during the Nuits Blanches de Montréal and the Journées de la Culture).
What's the point ?
It was a rare opportunity to evaluate the real approach of this audience for among other goals, the graphic and visual art today's global social and professional viability, the various editorial subjects in gestation, fears related to cyberspace opacity, the social, technological and political perspectives of A.I. evolution.
THE basis for a strong creativity
Along with the exhibitions, many debates took place. The results were incredibly positive. An essential basis was thus established.
Everything could go on...
Moving from a vision to mainstream reality
This graphic and multimedia Art gallery has been a synergistic place of experimentation that has allowed me and my collaborators to plainly expose our creations, our different techniques, our points of view and all the associated events... it simply was a massive gross assessment of a large number of people from different socio-professional backgrounds.
About 55,000 people (between 6 and 8,000 people per year) came to visit the 523 - 521 exhibitions rooms.
The exhibitions, events and debates held there covered the following topics :
+ Man in the City
+ Social and other mutations
+ The delisting process
+ Eroticism and the body as a spiritual vehicle
+ Art perceptions
+ Climate change
+ Digital revolution, I.A. and Cyberspace
+ Spirituality and violence
+ Dichotomy between perceptions and realities
Article published by the Devoir regarding the Art galleries's closures at the Belgo from 2016 to 2018.
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