Bel-Air Forte dei Marmi

A selection of works by international artists and a solo show of Marco Nereo Rotelli

 

ON DISPLAY THERE ARE WORKS BY
GREAT STREET AND NEO POP ARTISTS
INCLUDING BANSKY, HUGHES AND JEFF KOONS

 

This summer, Bel-Air Fine Art opens its exhibition rooms in Via Carducci in Forte dei Marmi (the gallery is directed by Luca Ricchi) to exhibit a selection of works by international contemporary artists, a solo show of Marco Nereo Rotelli’s works, and an installation of museum works by Carole A. Feuerman.

Bel-Air Fine Art is an international group of galleries that was founded by François Chabanian in Geneva fifteen years ago. As at present, it has 16 galleries in most prestigious locations in Europe, the US and the Middle East.

When one visits the Bel-Air Fine Art gallery in Forte dei Marmi, he is immediately thrown into an exciting universe, starting a captivating journey through different art movements. Among the featured artists, the names of some stars of Street Art and Neo Pop Art stand out: Mr Brainwash, Bansky, Alec Monopoli, Cédric Bouteiller ed Auguste, together with Patrick Hughes, the maestro of Reverspective who mesmerizes the observer with landscapes of Venice and ideal museums, Jeff Koons, Richard Orlinski and Carole A. Feuerman, the pioneer of hyper-realistic sculpture whose life-size swimmers will be on display at Andrea Bocelli’s Alpemare Baths all summer.

 

C’È ANCHE UN’INSTALLAZIONE
DI OPERE MUSEALI DI CAROLE
FEURMAN, SCULTRICE IPERREALISTA

 

Carole Feuerman is a key figure in hyper-realism. In the 1970s, art critics identified her, Duane Hanson and John De Andrea as the three greatest Masters of this style in the world. What makes Feuerman’s sculptures special is the natural beauty they portray, which is capable of conveying a deep feeling of inner peace. The artist has participated in the Venice Biennale five times; she has also been featured in a number of international exhibitions and her many monumental sculptures have been placed in important public locations such as Petrosino Square in New York City and the Frederik Meijer Sculpture Gardens in Grand Rapids, Michigan. There are many exhibitions of her works all over the world.

The gallery dedicates a whole room to “Parole in Opera”, a solo show that retraces Marco Nereo Rotelli’s artistic career through his most important works. His artistic production is characterized by multiple artistic disciplines and constant research on light, matter and the poetical word. Rotelli is the founder of Art Project, a group of architects and artists who, under the direction of Elena Lombardi, collaborate with him on a number of urban installations. He participated in eight editions of the Venice Biennale and his works are featured in important international museums and private collections. In the near future, he will create a large installation on handwriting for the Chapman University in California (at the bidding of art critic Mark Axelrod-Sokolov), and in September the IULM will dedicate a large solo show to him in Milan. The opening of “Parole in Opera” will take place on July 20 in the presence of the artist.

Valentina Bizzotto

BEL-AIR FINE ART
FORTE DEI MARMI

Info:
www.belairfineart.com
fortedeimarmi@belairfineart.com

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