C’è molto entusiasmo e molto fermento per questo “numero zero” in zona 5 (Via S. Gottardo/Via Meda/Chiesa Rossa/Piazza Abbiategrasso/Conca Fallata). Non si tratta di proposte consuete per l’ennesima zona proposta tra le tante nel Fuori Salone: il Municipio 5 insieme agli organizzatori punta su cooperazione e umanizzazione, design etico e sostenibile, attenzione ad aspetti profondamente legati alla persona inserita in una comunità. L’iniziativa, ideata da Massimo Caiazzo coinvolge i visitatori in un percorso dedicato alla possibile integrazione tra l’uomo e l’ambiente urbano, tra persone fragili e lavoro, for therefore enhance their daily actions and relationships and enhancing the individual and the community. Un modello di cooperazione tra cittadini, associazioni, istituzioni e realtà imprenditoriali che sottolinea la necessità di umanizzare il design per creare contesti sereni e vivibili da tutti, nel pieno rispetto del benessere e della dignità della persona e di tutta la comunità. Una grande occasione per rigenerare e rivitalizzare il tessuto sociale e culturale del quartiere e per offrire un approccio diverso al design nell’ottica di una reale valorizzazione delle periferie. In questa ottica il Municipio 5 ha sostenuto con forza tutta l’iniziativa. Un programma intenso e carico di contenuti che dal 17 aprile si svolgerà nelle location più significative con installazioni e mostre dedicate al tema insieme alle tante realtà eccellenti della zona: Zeus, Mauro Mori, Alessandro Guerriero e la scuola Tam Tam, Johnny Dell’Orto e Artè, Fulvio Michelazzi e il PACTA Salone, Marco Rizzuto, lo IACC-Italia e le esperienze sul colore, l’Hub… fino all’installazione di Dan Flavin alla Chiesa Rossa. Collaborazioni con associazioni importanti come Wurkmos e Ri- costruzione, oltre a laboratori e conversazioni, occasioni uniche condotte da professionisti illustri.

Conferenza stampa giovedì 15 marzo ore 11,30 presso Pacta Salone Via Ulisse Dini, 7, 20142 Milano Siete invitati


Design + Sensibile: per saperne di più

Trimodernità & Ranking Art


by Aldo Carrozza

– Germano Alcar
– Gianluca Barrels
– David Disca
– Amelia Morelli
– Mariella Romano
– Carlo Sassi
– Leonardo Scarfò
– Raffaella Vitiello
Emanuela Volpe

Naples / Castle of the Egg
14 September / 1 October

Vernissage Saturday 14 September at 18.30

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La Börs dipinta

A Felice incontra tra art and fashion.
In the hands of the artist Emanuela Volpe a forgotten item back to life.


Paint the 27 June 2013 all 18
The exhibition continues until 7 July 2013
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"The forms of water": a collective art showroom Newform

You can admire the works of Gaston Mariani, Eugenio Moi, Nada Pivetti

More news from the exclusive showroom di Newform! This time, from 16 to the 23 May, Space will, in via Fiori Oscuri 3 Milano, a group exhibition of art from the title "The forms of water". The collective was born in a space that has water, and design that surrounds every day making it usable, its raison d'être.

The exhibition, that has received the patronage of Brera, è curata da Cristina Muccioli, art critic and professor at the Academy of Brera, combining Gastone Mariani (painter and former Director of the Academy of Brera) Eugenio Moi (painter) and Nada Pivetti (sculptress). Each of the artists will offer a personal view of the element-ever-changing, vital, polymorphous- said that the theme of the exhibition.

The Showroom of Newform is an exhibition environment of great value in the heart of Brera, dedicated to the design, strongly focused on research and propose the Italian excellence with a strong connotation of style and technological innovation. Since he was born, Space tries exchanges of mutual fertilization with the neighboring area of ​​art, proposing events, exhibitions, exhibitions.

Thanks to Newform and activities of the creative workshop Newform LAB will be a new journey of discovery of contemporary art and the water that, through the artists, will be able to elicit interesting multi-sensory perceptions.

"The forms of water" is another project that demonstrates the mission and spirit of Newform and the continuous search of unique experiences and paths where they meet wit, talent, avant-garde, beauty and functionality in all its forms!

"The forms of water" opens Thursday 16 May 2013, with a welcome cocktail, pm 18.30.


Headline: "The forms of water"

Address: Showroom Newform – Via Fiori Oscuri, 3 – Milan

Date: from 16 to the 23 May

Inauguration: 16 May at 18.30 – 21.00

For the other days of the visit is by appointment.

For contacts, Reservations and requests: 333 274.54.51

Entrance is free.


For more information follow the Facebook page:


or the site of Newform: www.newform.it



A history of the Newform, www.newform.it, through time oscillating between past and future. The importance of the link with tradition and experience gained over the years is interwoven, in philosophy with a strong desire to look forward with an eye able to anticipate and suggest new styles and trends.

Thanks to a long experience in assisting the most modern production processes digital, stages of processing and finishing craft, Newform is distinguished by its meticulous attention to detail that make each piece unique.

Constantly looking for new solutions in the field of fashion design and technology, the added value that makes Newform a different reality and superior quality is the strong emphasis on responsibility and environmental communication.

An inexhaustible imagination and strong corporate social responsibility Newform guide to the future.


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Artemisia the exhibition ACCESSIBLE ART FAIR 2013

logo_aa_webDays 12-13-14 April 2013 Emanuela Volpe with the artistic group Artemisia will be present-shows:


Space Eventiquattro - The Sun Group 24 Hours

Viale Monterosa 91, Milan


12 April 2012 pm 19.00 at 24.00
13 April 2012 pm 10.00 at 22.00
14 April 2012 pm 10.00 at 22.00


Gallery’s Focus

Deodato Arts (Milan)


Back from 12 to the 14 April 2013 in Via Monte Rosa 91 Milano AAM Art Accessible Milan, event created and directed by Tiziana missing, realized thanks to Art Ipse Dixit in collaboration with PwC, Eventiquattro and Aston Martin.


Also this year AAM fielding the desire to bring more people to contemporary art focusing on the dual concept of "accessibility and quality": Come? confirming the ticket cost of "0 Euro", focusing on the quality of the artists as Ferdinando Scianna and Mimmo Paladino, creating different events conceived and designed ad hoc as the presentation of the book "Investing in Art"written by Claudio Borghi Aquilini (published by Sperling & Copper), but also giving back to the galleries on the role of protagonists and calling them to submit curatorial projects dedicated to emerging artists but not limited to.

Deodato Arts is a young gallery was founded in 2010. Already present at AAM 2012, returns this year focusing on the work of Jose Molina, Madrid artist class 1965, and in particular with the series "The Forgotten" and "AlmaMujer".

"The Forgotten" 'consists of 14 portraits that the artist describes as "human beings broken, of another time, Souls .... back to rid the Earth and tell their stories ..... forget it is they who reveal the hidden pitfalls and paint the doors with the blood of traitors. "Jose gives life and dignity 'to those who have returned to remind us that , approach, participate in order to change.


"AlmaMujer" arises from the need to awaken the 'feminine energy that exists in all of us, transforming it into an instrument of communication, sharing and "survival". It includes over 150 works with different techniques and styles: oil, watercolor, pencil, serigraphy, incision, sculptural elements, the use of natural materials such as roots, wood, stones, moss, branches and grass, representing the strong attraction between women and nature.

Emanuela Fox show in SWISS IN ART 2012

The expressionist painter Emanuela Fox will present some of his works at the International Swiss craftsmanship fine, Swiss Art at the event in collaboration with ARTE LUGANO.


Exhibition Centre
Via Campo Marzio
6900 Lugano Switzerland

Dates and opening hours
Thursday 22 November from 15.30 all 22.30
Friday 23 November from 15.00 all 22.30
Saturday 24 November from 10.30 all 22.30
Sunday 25 November from 10.30 all 20.00


New York Murales

www.newyorkmurales.comThis site aims to be a journey through time in my New York, from the late 80 to date.

The first time I saw the real New York City I was fascinated and enchanted.

This would not have been possible if one of my first trip I had not known Charles Medori, I owe all my gratitude for showing me the true essence of the City. I was infected with his passion for the murals and the roads almost inaccessible, but full of life.

Just out of just from Manhattan to find themselves in very different neighborhoods, where you can hear flavors, odors that originate from anywhere in the world, as if there were many small microcosms of different cultures living together in a large community.

Years of traveling have brought me much satisfaction, both artistic and personal; 11 years ago I exposed about 40 My photos in a solo exhibition in Milan, where I met my husband.

Now he follows me in my travels and is particularly valuable in the construction of the site, in its entirety.

What came out and that is visible on the site is my journey "private" through the maze of this city, multi-faceted, by murals, that is true art.

The motto “Graffiti is an art, not a crime!” is entirely appropriate.

The murals, "telling a story", have a life, sometimes short sometimes long, are very important from a cultural point of view, Social and pollitico.

The murals reflect the hopes, the paure, the tensions, tell of wars in progress or completed, drug problems, leave a memory to Missing Persons, more or less famous. They are a way to understand reality, to understand the disruptions that are occurring; The murals keeping track of everything that happens and you lose both of enormous importance.

Over the years the life of the murals themselves radically altered. Whereas until a few years ago could be seen in every neighborhood murals, in many ways, everything is now almost entirely concentrated in 5 Pointz, as if there was a need to "confine" the art within the walls. It is a great sin, fal as the walls reflect the soul, the sufferings and hopes of an entire country.

Now, if you want to follow me in my journey 20 age,
visit www.newyorkmurales.com

London Olympics 2012: Born to shine

“Born to shine” The group of five mannequins is a tribute to the Olympics, the original meaning of these games. Offers an insight into the possible victories but also the richness of diversity, comparison between men of different cultures, that measure seeking to outdo themselves. The phrase is taken from a text of Nelson Mandela, which speaks of equality and moral values, dell’ pride of men born to shine the glory of God. The Africa, on a black body and rough, have shown that initiation of paintings from many African nations also coincides with a collective celebration (Emanuela Volpe). The Europa, sophisticated graphics memory on a green field citing the nature and cultural traces of the old continent (Pea Trolli). The Oceania, a gleaming silver version of the body and covered with watery colors and changing tides (Francesca Bruni). America, two opposing worlds and vital, suspended between past and future (Rita Carelli Feri). L'Asia, bodied stains in contrasting colors for a vibrant and growing mutation (Renata Ferrari).

The beautiful and precious mannequins were donated by Vision Mannequins.

The group Artemisia

Francesca Bruni, nata a Erba (CO) in 1970, lives and works in Milan. He received his artistic maturity, and graduated in painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Milan.
He later attended the studio of Professor Luigi Lomanto devoted to increasing the technical drawing and oil painting.
In 1997 joined the group Artemisia. Its business of decorative painting for private, companies and local public.

Rita Carelli Feri born in S. Colombano al Lambro (MI) in 1943. Performs technical studies in Lodi. Following the evening of Brera and a course in Caprese Michelangelo fresco (BE) with Prof.. Saldarelli Academy of Florence. It 'was a pupil of Louis Lomanto.
Founding member of the Group Artemisia. Lives and works in a country house in S. Leonardo.

Renata Ferrari born in Milan on 23-7-1960 lives in Milan and teaches art at the art school "Boccioni".
He received his artistic maturity at the Art College in the Ursuline Sisters of St. Charles 1978. She graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts of Brera in 1982. Founding member of the Artemisia.
It 'was a pupil of Louis Lomanto, Peter Diana, Angela Colombo, Zeno Birolli.

Pea Trolli born in Milan on 20-4-1952.
He received his artistic maturity in 1970 at the Art College Ursulines of S. Charles and his degree in architecture in 1976 Polytechnic of Milan. Founding member of the Group Artemisia. He studied with the painter Luigi Lomanto. Lives and works in Milan, where he teaches and. Art at the middle school "and. Colorni ".

Emanuela Volpe born in Milan on 30-04-1958, lives and teaches in Trezzano sul Naviglio art at the Art College in Milan Boccioni. He received his artistic maturity at Ursuline High School S. Charles in 1976. She graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts of Brera in 1980. Founding member of the Artemisia. It 'was a pupil of Louis Lomanto, Luigi Veronesi, Peter Diana, Angela Colombo, Raffaele degrades, Beppe Devalle, Domenico Purificato, Roberto Sanesi, Dino Lanaro.


Vision Mannequins

Mannequins Vision specializes in the creation and production of display mannequins, made on the basis of casts from real models, ensuring real proportions and optimum fit. Vision Mannequins uses sculptors of clear and demonstrable experience creative, industry-specific "dummies", that lets you create templates "ad hoc" style, in the size or position. These capabilities have allowed Vision Mannequins to be counted among the official suppliers of some of the most famous brand in the fashion world.


“Muse gives e” Exhibition of contemporary art – Lucio Forte

The day 20 March 2012, some works of the painter and architect Lucio Forte Milan, are exhibited at the Art Gallery of Chie Milan in the collective of contemporary art entitled “Muse gives e”. The review emphasizes the sense of historical and artistic beauty of the woman as the protagonist of the scene pictorial, betraying the elegance ofa aesthetic journey that Muse is the achievement of beauty as truth or representation, or to its antithesis.
The aesthetic is defined by Kant as the judgment of taste regarding the beautiful and the sublime in nature and art, riconducendosi the original etymological meaning, by Aisthànomai or Aisthesis or perceive with the senses, I feel, sensation.
And sensations caused by the archetypal beauty that are sources of artistic inspiration.
There are also several other artists, between painters and sculptors showing their personal representations on, thus allowing an interesting comparison and deep synergistic for both the customers that for the same authors.
Vernissage on Tuesday 20 March 2012 hours 18:30.
Free admission.
Chie Art Gallery.
Viale Premuda 27, Milan.
+39 02 36601429.
The exhibition will remain open until the day 31 March, hours Mon 15:00-19:00, Mar-Sab 11:30-19:00.

For more information:

www.chieartgallery.comVisualizza map event


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Artemisia Gentileschi in the exhibition in Milan, Royal Palace

Artemisia Gentileschi
History of a passion.

Milan, Palazzo Reale from 22 September 2011 to the 22 January 2012

Recognized for its true value only after three centuries, Artemisia Gentileschi is now regarded as one of the most influential artists of the seventeenth century European. Milan pays tribute to this important woman hosting a Royal Palace, a vast selection of works.

An exhibition not to be missed for those who love this painting dense with meaning and emotion.

Official Site:



Opera in the picture:
Judith Slaying Holofernes.
Oil on canvas cm 199 x 162,5 realized in 1620 about. In the Galleria degli Uffizi in Florence.

Artemisia Gentileschi told by Emanuela Volpe

Artemisia in contemporary

francesca bruni - ritratto dipinto

The figure Artemisia, in the name of all that still manages to suggest, has been chosen by five women painters how to protect the name of a professional career, but also human, related to art: united by a similar cultural background and similar research profiles, from 1992 have formed a business partnership that is human and as a substrate common to their artistic personalities, without canceling each specific.

Journeying on different career paths and existential, have chosen to work together, and not only to collaborate, thinking that the dialectic constant of common themes could be a harbinger of stimuli for research and growth potential.

rita carelli feri - ritratto dipinto

Francesca Bruni, Pea Trolli, Renata Ferrari, Emanuela Volpe Carelli and Rita Feri, mates were not studies nor the games: the school environment and the human that has grown not made from common ground.

Their meeting takes place in the atelier of a painter from Milan, Louis Lomanto, that each of them chose a gym full of improvement after a course of study began at art school and completed the academy or university.


Emanuela Volpe

It will be the work of the Socratic teacher, the availability of its space, the strength of his collegiate education to grant the perspective of collective work.


Everything has remained as a code number of search paths in the group, that arise from a common matrix to clearly recognizable declined, but, in five different creative paths.


renata ferrari - dipinto

“The focus of research is the figure and his universe”, “with a tonal painting made of sharp lines and strong colors and often antinaturalistici that humanity can be sophisticated and rarefied”(Emanuela Bonadeo)



pea trolli - dipinto

Official website Artemisia 5:









Show Cézanne Milan

Milan, from 20 October 2011 to the 26 February 2012

A tribute to the great teacher originally from Aix-en-Provence and its unique way of painting which had much influence on artists of the later movements such as Cubism and Surrealism.

The first works, the magnificent portraits, landscapes, The famous still lifes, until the last extraordinary paintings of the early twentieth century: approximately forty works, from major international museums including the Musée d'Orsay, He Petit Palais, Tate, l’Hermitage e la National Gallery di Washington.


The exhibition

Entering the studio of Paul Cezanne means penetrating deep into his creative process.
Within the study has its origin history, cross biological life and the life of dreams; His work draws on the drive through knowledge. His feelings, the perception, reflection are sublimated; his poetry is developed and fully realized.
For those who, as the master of Aix, devoted their whole lives looking pictorial, space where the focus and work is a fundamental dimension, a real “place of the mind and memory”, yes that is the space within which the artist defined his work reinforces and builds his compositions, but at the same time identifies himself with a dimension of mind in which the motif or the natural world, his Provence, symbolically represented by the mountain Sainte Victoire, is incorporated in its essence and transformed into an image.
In this great, ideal and extraordinarily unique “Workshop of the South” Cezanne processes and develops the fundamental directions of modern art is relative to a line of continuity with the great tradition and in relation to the renewal of the avant garde, for which his silent and dogged research will be an indispensable reference.

Just look at the portraits on the fly in order to understand the character of Cézanne: hard, stubborn, determined. In the physical and character, resembles the outline of the mountain of Sainte-Victoire, his favorite scene: stubbornly true to itself, property before the change of times and seasons, yet able to grasp the subtle variations of light, to understand reasons and geometries, to measure with any quiet space.
In his unshakable consistency, Cezanne had a fight with all: friends, letters, painters. It looks out over Paris, but he loved, preferring a narrow and simple circuit of familiar places; flaunted by the Impressionists preferred cigars to the patience of the pipe, dances to a game of cards in the village bar, the local parks of Montmartre and the Seine a simple country house immersed in nature.
In his rocky solitude out of fashion, Cezanne is certainly the greatest painter of his generation and conscious.

He understood everything: the light and the color, the shape and the design, perspective and freedom. He jumped at the limit of Impressionism, the downward spiral of a movement that was mirroring itself, risk of not finding opportunities and developments; returned to a deep sense “Art History”, recovering feared, masters and compositions that were deemed too quickly outdated; anticipated in a striking avant-garde movements of the early twentieth century with statements and dry lightning, but above all with pictures of a disconcerting modernity.
In a life framed by the stately provincial bourgeoisie, Cézanne builds virtually only the art of the twentieth century. His is a superior, in the sense of ability to understand the rules of art, take them apart one by one and reassemble them in new ways, extraordinarily effective.
Away from the spotlight of the City of Lights, and only marginally from the attention of critics lapped, Cézanne keeps the profile of a “craftsman” Painting. Only after his death, when given a retrospective exhibition tributata, young painters such as Picasso and Matisse understand the debt of a great teacher, rather, against a “classic” which gives a new meaning to the whole course of modern art.


Texts and images taken from the official site:


In a sign of Bots

The exhibition will be open from 18 December 2011 to the 19 February 2012
Time: Tuesday to Sunday 10,30 – 12,30 / 16,00 – 19,00
The participants will have the help of the exhibition and catalog will see the book by Carlo Gazzola BOT.

Area Fields
Museum of Photography and Visual Communication of Piacenza Via Garibaldi, 63 – 29121 Piacenza – Such. 335 6103297 www.spaziocampi.it / info@spaziocampi.it

Show Pixar Milan

The Pavilion of Contemporary Art presents the exhibition in Milan PIXAR – 25 years of animation, treated in Italy by Maria Grazia Mattei, promoted by the Municipality of Milan - Culture, Expo, Fashion, Design and produced by the PAC Pavilion of Contemporary Art, 24 HOURS Culture - Group 24 ORE e da Mattei Digital Communication/ Meet The Media Guru.

After the MOMA in New York and an international tour, from Australia to the Far East, the show finally arrives in Europe and previewed in Milan.

A path built over 500 works, a journey through the creative and digital culture as an innovative language applied to animation and film: from the first film dedicated to Luxo Jr..(1986) the great masterpieces as Monster & Co (2001), Toy Story (1, 2 and 3), Ratatouille (2007), WALL·It (2008), Up (2009) up to Cars 2 (2011) and anticipation of Brave, Output in 2012.

"Many do not know that most of the artists who work at Pixar use all the resources of Art - Design, tempera paints, pastels and sculpting techniques - such as digital media. Most of their works "- writes John Lasseter, chief creative officer di Walt Disney and Pixar Animation Studio e fondatore di Pixar (insieme a Steve Jobs) which will be in Milan 21 November for a public event - "come to life during the development of a project, while we are building a story as we watch a movie or just. The rich artistic heritage that is formed for each film rarely leaves our studies, but the end product - the film - which reaches every part of the world, would not be possible without this being artistic and creative ".

Maria Grazia Mattei, curator of the exhibition in Italy and expert on digital culture, recounts with satisfaction: "I know John Lasseter twenty years since then and I share his vision of the world of digital creativity. I am happy to arrive in Italy, in person, to inaugurate the exhibition of "his" Pixar. And Milan is actually more ready to accept innovation '.

The exhibition presents to the audience the last creative phase of the hidden masters of the world into four sections - People, Stories, Worlds and Digital Convergence - and two special installations and the Artscape Zoetrope, that use digital technology to revive the works on display in exhibition, designed by Fabio Fornasari, and recreate the excitement of animation.

The exhibitions of the annual CAP is made possible thanks to the support of TOD’S.

The catalog is published by 24 HOURS Culture - Group 24 HOURS.


Typically when people think of Pixar, think of our films and compelling stories we tell. Think of the incredible technology and computer graphics. On the other hand, is not necessarily aware of the vital role that art and design play in our traditional process.

As a classically trained animator with, John Lasseter has always appreciated the traditional art that supports the visual narrative of the film. When, in 2004, The Museum of Modern Art in New York has invited us to exhibit the art of Pixar, We accepted with enthusiasm. John speaks often of the three essential aspects of a Pixar film: history, the character and the world. Pixar to devote an enormous amount of time in history. It is an iterative process that may continue during the four or five years that it takes to produce one of our films. In the history, the characters must be interesting and captivate the audience. In addition, these characters must exist in a world that is entirely only. As a result, the value of art can be admired in the exhibition comes primarily from the work of these design elements of our films.

The Pixar exhibition of objects in a museum exhibition has provoked the question whether it really works of art. What is the relationship of these objects with the art world? It is easy to confuse the concept of art and the questions instead concern the distribution and the public, losing sight of the object itself and its inherent artistic qualities. It is a good opportunity for studios like Pixar, which is a successful company of international repute, participate in a discussion with the world of museums on what is "art" and what is appropriate for display in a museum

Pixar artists speak with great modesty of what they do. In fact, almost none of them can even think of their work framed: let alone exhibited in a museum. This is partly due to the fact that design and concept art created in collaboration with the director and production designer. However, see these objects outside of the process of realization of the film, admiring them individually, may change our ideas. Since the art there is discussion about "what is art". If we define art as a process or product of organization and assembly of objects to create something that stimulates an emotion or a response, then it is clear that all objects in the exhibition are just that and Pixar, then, meet the definition of "art". Our films are made by artists and our artists, like any other artist, choose tools that allow them to express their ideas and their emotions more effectively. A wide variety of media and techniques are represented in the exhibition: drawings in pencil and marker, paintings in acrylic, gouache and watercolors; digital paintings; casts; models made by hand; and pieces in digital media. Some of our artists, traditional training, have added pictures to their digital collection to express something that could not express by any other means.

For the exhibition of 20 years of animation MoMa were also created two special installations, that continue to accompany the traveling exhibition of 25 age. Artscape is a multimedia, high-resolution, su widescreen, creata usando concept art e development art. Using the digital technology, Two-dimensional art is explored in a simulated three-dimensional movement.

The viewer can enter the details exquisite work of art, admiring. The changing of the images creates a charm that is hard to escape. The installation is a metaphor for the experience that our directors live when they see a work of concept art and imagine what it might become in movie. The visual effects are accompanied by an incredible soundscape, which complements the acoustics of our lavoro.Zoetrope Pixar Toy Story is the three-dimensional version of a previous invention that has been shown and described visually as a repeated image creates the illusion of movement. The Ghibli Museum, Mitaka had created and exhibited a magnificent three-dimensional Totoro Zoetrope, that inspired our team to do something like. This extraordinary object exemplifies the artistic and technical cooperation is an integral part of our work at Pixar. It was developed by scientists and artists and animators at Pixar, in close collaboration. Watching him run, you understand how it works magically animating. At Pixar, the concept of collaboration is essential and is actually put into practice. Although each piece of art is often attributed to a single artist, the process of its creation is collaborative. An idea can be developed at a meeting, with different people contributing to the discussion, or an artist can make a quick sketch that inspired then a second artist, while a third can provide a tip that can be incorporated into the idea.

It is with this type of interaction that works around our process, and not only in artistic creation. The creation of a film at Pixar is a continuous conversation. Computers do not make movies. To make the movies are the people: Artists, those skilled in the assembly, the animators, technical directors. All these people give life to everything that is done at Pixar.

This traveling exhibition has reached millions of people. The visitors were astonished before this work, discover with surprise that, Although the production of our films is technologically complex, it all begins, always, with a very simple gesture: a pencil on a sheet of paper.

Elyse Klaidman

Director, Pixar University and curator of the archives, Pixar Exhibitions

Original article: mostrapixarmilano.it