Philosophical Vision

26 Oct 2016

” PHILOSOPHICAL VISION” creates a liaison between the æsthetic vision and the interpretation of what the artist sees and metabolizes through his personal work.

A group exhibition of five artists flanking each other in presenting artworks that speak different languages. A dialogue where painting, photography, sculpture, video and mechanics merge, thus exposing diverse projects linked to experiences, imaginary concepts and a reprocessing of reality: nature, the things we’re sorrounded by and the related social issues.

The message may appear clear or hidden, intuitive or reflective, curious or impertinent, but never despotic. A gathering narrated within a space where the artworks produce an faint materiality.


Cesare Callegari, born 1974, graduate in Art and Communication. It’s strictly from the communication that all his work about art starts from. He’s always interested in creating social objects. Art as a way to describe his life and the lives of the people around him, taken by the places where he lives and has lived. He uses a mix of tecniques, focused mostly on 3D objects where he works on different scales. He uses plaster of different texutures, artificial self-made resins, different kind of metal wires and nails, paper, varnish and acrilic paints.


Emanuele Ravagnani, born in 1989, graduates at Accademia delle Belle Arti of Brera, Milano, in 2013.

He uses a mix of techniques, ranging from painting to material assembly and collage, from oil-based paints to natural pigments, objects recovering, B/W photographs that he develops on his own in a darkroom, to redefine the space-time dimension by relocating the objects themselves. His elective territory veers on graphics, with the production of big and medium size works on canvas, with lines defining utopian architectures hidden by a haze of color.


Max Blotas, student at the National School of Fine Arts in Paris, is a polyvalent artist, spreading his creative expression through sculpture, video, painting, drawing and digital art as well.


After graduating from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in 2009 with a degree in Graphic

Design specializing in experimental image making, Production Q's founder Queenie Rosita Law worked in

Paris, where she honed her fascination with the unobserved moments of reality and how they are expressed visually in conjunction with her own perception of life.


Franco Swiss artist, born in Paris in 1963; based in Hong Kong. Following ethnological and social studies, Rose Morant entered the creative side of fashion and simultaneously travelled extensively throughout Asia. She became a creative supplier to the very best European luxury brands due to her expertise of Asian crafts and skills. Research and development have been her primary activities for the last twenty years parallel to having her own accessories brand Rose Morant in Paris. Her very deep interest in traditional savoir-faire and techniques led her to patiently revive ancestral crafts that were disappearing, giving her a rare specialization and highly appreciated know-how.

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