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    Fotomagnifico by Dave Richardson

    01 Aug 2022 – 31 Jul 2023

    David Richardson was born in Buckingham, England in 1967 and graduated in Photography design in 1985. He set up and started Fotomagnifico in 1992

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    Alex di Tiki

    08 May 2022 – 07 Nov 2022

    Alex is a self-taught artist who started painting in 2012. Born in Italy in 1968, she has lived for many years in exotic countries (Africa, Saudi Arabia, etc.) and the typical nostalgia for these countries has certainly influenced her art. Initially, her works are a personal search for style, manifested with always different subjects and constantly evolving painting techniques. Finally her style becomes more personal so colors are the main tool to express harmony. The use of shadows and lights, always very warm colors, stimulate the observer and invite him to enter the paintings with his eyes, but also with the heart and mind. Following a dark period, Alex's art of Tiki changes with improvements in the artistic style, but also with a desire to tackle new techniques previously not contemplated. Here is born the double artistic personality that manifests itself in figurative paintings (Alex) with attention to detail and technique, as opposed to the Pouring Art technique (Tiki) which I can define artistically chaotic and surprising. Alex remains tied to the colorful and poetic expression of sensations. This art is a hymn to the aesthetics of colors and shapes. Tiki, on the other hand, ranges in the fascinating world of colors, playing with the many combinations and techniques to express the chaotic world of feelings. It is said that art is of great help and support in times of crisis, in reality it is moments of crisis that are confirmed as a help and support to modify art.

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    Market Place

    01 Sep 2022 – 01 Sep 2023

    “Move In Colors offers a market place for those interested in selling artistic products. The exhibitors will indicate their contact (email or telephone) through which they can manage the sale of the proposed product. As a non-profit association, Move In Colors will not obtain any percentage on the sales of these products, but may request a minimum fee for the display of the same.” PLEASE NOTE: In order to add your product to the Display case in the museum, please make sure to send complete 3d images in the application form. all 2d pictures of the object on sale will only be displayed on the Market Place Page.

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    September Morn

    01 Sep 2022 – 31 Oct 2022

    You certainly remember the song by Neil Diamond. It’s about a couple who have come back together after a break in their relationship. It’s an emotional moment, as Diamond sings about recalling the feeling when they danced until morning – a feeling he still gets on certain September mornings. They’ve grown apart, but not so far that they can’t remember the good times – or so he hopes. The theme of this exhibition is the connection between memories and art. To `represent` is to speak or act on behalf of someone, or to portray someone or something in a particular way. Art has a powerful way of drawing people in and making them reflect in very particular ways. Even something as natural as a water lily can lead us to deep contemplation, simply because of the very special way in which Monet portrays, in other words, `represents` the water lilies. Thus, art can have powerful transformative and restorative effects within a society as well as individuals. Now, it’s up to you to feel this connection!

    latest works

    • Lidija Gaudez Nidofer

      Once Upon a Time, 2022
      42 x 29.7 x 2 cm (h x w x d)
      Digital Art
    • Alex di Tiki

      Autum Fire, 2020
      21 x 30 x 2 cm (h x w x d)
      Pouring art on wood
    • Alex di Tiki

      Oh, That Dream!, 2020
      30 x 21 x 2 cm (h x w x d)
      Pouring art on wood
    • Alex di Tiki

      Cappuccino, 2020
      80 x 50 x 2 cm (h x w x d)
      Pouring art
    • Fotomagnifico

      Ricky, 2022
      42 x 29.7 x 2 cm (h x w x d)
      Canon Eos 1N
    • Cathryn Houlton

      Alice, 2022
      42 x 29.7 x 2 cm (h x w x d)
      Digital Art
    • Cathryn Houlton

      Lights, 2022
      42 x 29.7 x 2 cm (h x w x d)
      Digital Art
    • Rossella Marino

      Cavalli, 2022
      90 x 60 x 2 cm (h x w x d)
      acrylics on canvas
    • Rossella Marino

      Ombre e luce, 2022
      70 x 50 x 2 cm (h x w x d)
      acrylics on canvas
    • Rossella Marino

      Fondale Marino, 2022
      40 x 50 x 2 cm (h x w x d)
      acrylics on canvas
    • Stéphanie Clenet

      Brume, 2022
      56 x 76 x 2 cm (h x w x d)
      watercolours
    • Stéphanie Clenet

      Bacchus, 2022
      56 x 76 x 2 cm (h x w x d)
      watercolours
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    • Fotomagnifico

      Untitled
      Canon Eos 1N/Photoshop edited
    • Fotomagnifico

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      Canon Eos 1N/Photoshop edited
    • Fotomagnifico

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      Canon Eos 1N/Photoshop edited
    • Fotomagnifico

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      Canon Eos 1N/Photoshop edited
    • Fotomagnifico

      Untitled
      Canon Eos 1N/Photoshop edited
    • Fotomagnifico

      Untitled
      Canon Eos 1N/Photoshop edited