De Natura

by | Dec 20, 2018

De Natura, 2018.

Through this booklet and group show a new debate on art and nature is taking place to show how the social perception has changed the experience of their borders in last ages. It is interesting to see how contemporary art is renewing itself, its technique and assessment, dematerialises itself or, on the contrary, becomes more tangible to enter in a more historical and social dimension.

De Natura exhibition and this editorial project explore the nature environment through the unique colour mark and palette of each single artist involved (Evi Vingerling, Daniele Fabiani, Chen Li) and, moreover, through the contemplative approach to the natural element that surrounds them.

Texts: Valeria Ceregini
Graphic Design: Giorgio Bena
Print: Citiemme Grafica e Stampa, Torino
Pages: 20 Full colour printing
Soft cover, 13 x 21 cm
Edition: 50 copies

The exhibition catalogue was supported by


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