FONDAZIONE OPERA CAMPANA DEI CADUTI | ROVERETO | TN | Italy | www.fondazioneoperacampana.it
20 May 2017 | 14 October 2017
161 Artists from 30 Nations
HUMAN RIGHTS? #H2O – SPECIAL EDITION – 2017
HUMAN RIGHTS? # H2O then asks Artists to speak about Water because of its human rights involment.
Furthermore, HUMAN RIGHTS? # H2O calls to do so in an original way, significant, concrete and talking with transport involvement can communicate to the public its nature, its strength, its sacredness and the need to protect its essence.
The water belongs to everyone; and if it belongs to everyone, we all have to learn to know it and to respect it.
Speak about Water as primary right means to aim to women, men, girls and children from whom we have an essential and urgent duty: to understand, through the images, the sacred respect for that which creates life.
Without the water, none of us would exist; the water makes us what we are.
We celebrate the water to celebrate the life.
ACCA / Anna Caser e Adriano Cecco | Egizia Agatone | Domenico Asmone | Alfredo Avagliano | Julia Bagryanskaya | Rossella Baldecchi | PG Baroldi | Giancarlo Beltrame | Alessandra Binini | Alessandra Bisi | Margreet Blaas | Linda Blokken | Bluer | Giancarlo Bonacina – Nastrorosso | Gina Bonasera | Lidia Borella | Claudine Boucq | Bernard Bouton | Enrico Bovi | Sarah Bowyer | Flavio Bregoli | Salvatore Bruno | Eduardo Cabrer | Clelia Caliari | Maria Capellini | Massimo Cappellani | Calogero Carbone e Maria Grazia Lunghi | Norma Carminati | Elisabetta Castello | Jill Casty | Alex Cattoi | Elvezia Cavagna | Teresa Condito | Mavry – Maurizio Corradin | Nadia Cultrera | Orietta Dal Santo | Giovanna Dalla Villa | Giovanna D’Amico | Claudia Del Giudice | Maria Di Cosmo | Dario Di Franco | Rino Di Terlizzi | Brigitte Dietz | Tonia Erbino | Fabrizio Fabbroni | Remigio Fabris | Francesco Fai | Eva Fellner | Franca Filippini | Romina Fiorani | Ignazio Fresu | Antonio Fumagalli | Svetoslava Georgieva | Aranka Gérné Mezősi | Tiziana “Tirtha” Giammetta | Federica Gionfrida | Fabrizio Giusti | Annette e Martin Goretzki Katerina Grapsia | Natalia Gromicho | Mihai Grosu | Isabella Guidi | Anna Gunnlaugsdottir | Lydia Hoffnungsthal | Tomasz Holuj | Gerardo Iorio | Antonella Iovinella | Safa Kasaei | Ioanna Katsibra | Emir Krajišnik | Lucia Lacopo | Alberto Lanzaretti | Monika Lederbauer | Annalisa Lenzi | Adrian Lis | Lavinia Longhetto | Jeanette Luchese | Lughia | Ornella Luvisotto | Giuliana Magalini | Gabriella Maldifassi | Chaitali Mallick Daftari | Gilberto Maltinti | Mario Luciano Marino | Emanuele Marsigliotti | Moreno Marzaroli | Sauro Marzioli | Roberta Masciarelli | Vera Elvira Mauri | Gerasimos Mavris | Giovanni Mazzi | Claudia Mazzitelli | Mazzocca & Pony | Alvaro Mejias | Memo_Art – Marianna Merler e Christian Molin | Mary Miller | Anita Monoscalco | Anna Montanaro | Piero Motta | Maurizio Muscettola | Hoang Ngo Duc | Patrizia Nicolini | Josep Nogué Pola | Maria Oikonomou | Giulio Orioli | Elena Ospina | Mariamarta Pacheco | Viviana Palestini | Mauro Paolini | Isabella Paris | Emil Catalin Pascar | Nadia Perrotta | Sylvia Petsoura | Luca Piccini | Yajaira M. Pirela M. | Cloo Potloot | Punto Critico | Roberto Ramirez Anchique | Viviana Rasulo | Sonia Riccio | Nikolay Rusev | Marika Santoni | Simona Sarti | Antonella Sassanelli | Giuseppe Sassone | Daniela Savini | Adelaide Scavino | SER – Serena Viola | Isabel Sevillano Palacios | Maela Silvestrin | Leni Smoragdova | Antonella Soria | Ernesto Massimo Sossi | Rodica Strugaru | Andrea Tabacco | Anis Tabaraee | Daniela Tabarin | TAM Cagliari – Mimmo Di Caterino e Barbara Ardau | Testadilegno | Marie Theophilou | Jessica Tibaldo | Ivan Toninato | Sofia Tornero Gea | Rosalba Trentini | Elina Tsingiroglou | Joanna Turlej | Petr Vlach | Massimo Volponi | Karen Wild | Madeleine Wories | Mariva Zacharof | Stefano Zaghetto | Cristina Zanella | Iaia Zanella
RUSSIA | ITALIA | OLANDA | BELGIO | FRANCIA | UK | PORTORICO | USA | GERMANIA | UNGHERIA | AUSTRIA | BULGARIA GRECIA | PORTOGALLO | ROMANIA | ISLANDA | SPAGNA | POLONIA | SVEZIA | IRAN | BOSNIA ED ERZEGOVINA | CANADA INDIA | BRASILE | VENEZUELA | REPUBBLICA CECA | VIETNAM | COLOMBIA | COSTARICA | ARGENTINA
Alioune Biaye (Slysajah) is a multi instrumentalist, singer,song writer, (Kamale Ngoni player, Kora player, Guitarist, keyboardist, pianist), composer, sound engineer and arranger bassed in Venice ITALY. After many years of perfoming and collaborating as a Keyboard player, Guitarist and Kora player with various artist in the world… In 2002 he started dedicating his full time on composing, arranging music and creating new style and forms of music: Afro-manding, Afro-bugarabu, Afro-reggae. He tries to live with his band,inspired Afro-beat,Blues & Reggae.
He is a member of the Baye Fall movement. Sound-spiritual movement which brings together all the religions of the world.
He believes that the property is hidden in the heart of everyone and we should better watch his heart to do good around us.
Whatever gives nausea to the vulture and makes hyenas vomit, make sure it comes to me i will trsansform it to purity
(Mame Cheikh Ibra Fall)
Baye Fall is being at one with all one energy.
Undertaking all work as prayer,they recognizable by their hair worn as locks. Their colorful patchwork garnments prayer beads around their neck . They do not pray five times a day,neither do they fast once a year .some consider them an evolution of the Ceddo.Warriors in the old Aristocracy of Africa. Theyh are Sufi?s they own nothing.sometimes beg for their sustenance they give everything.
Baye Fall is like a funnel he does not keep oil.
Whoever has not yet polished his heart from all vanities will never know joy, the Baye Fall sing all the night in a circle and rotate as clockwise the key into the other time.
Lah ilaha ill Allah.
Resonance from the hearts vibrations overwhelming time and space .The circle is the jorney back to one?s self there is no begining and no end there is only One.
THE CONCEPT OF PROF. ANGELO CALABRESE
No project of Art and Culture in the broadest sense of the involvement of existential roots, could never be compared to what we propose, glorifying the Water that gives life.
In his famous Canticle of the Sun, also known as the Canticle of the Creatures, Saint Francis of Assisi refered to the Water as a Sister
which is useful, humble, precious and chaste.
This religious poem is a perfect example of how this essential element to the human kind fulfills a role of primary and essential importance which is to be the origin of life.
In our current project we want to glorify Water, which, as Francesco also observed in 1224, gives life and purifies.
No one could deny that Water is essential for any living being.
The vital importance of Water to sustain the habitat for the living creatures survival, human being included, is recognized, since it is present in all the works build for life.
No one could deny that the Water is the vehicle for the transmission of being the continuity of time.
Surprisingly then, together with the fertility of the land, the Water has the privilege of humility, places itself at the service of the earth with the only purpose to make it fertile.
There is no doubt about its value (Francesco said it is precious): when Water is needed, it becomes priceless.
Water is an unspeakable blessing to the earth, which entrusts its the mysteries of its seeds.
However the vital importance of water to humanity means also that it is a strategic factor for the establishment and maintenance of world peace.
We need to return to our roots, we must learn to step back so that we can then step forward, and the best way to do so is to question our relationship with Sister Water.
In fact, Water is purifying and therefore has a primitive prerogative, which places it among the roots of life itself.
Water loves those who love life where it has more life. The vital components that form the backbone of all natural narratives, cultural, economic and productive are germinated from the Water.
Artists are aware of those who respect the ancient fathers and fertility of each production, first of all those ideas, aim to become men who create real historical events.
So there is no limit to the Artists creative minds, who knows how to be a rock that gushes the water that will be spread, become a cloud and also the frost, before returning to vivify our planet.
Artists are called to a responsible involvement: they witness the reality for civil commitment, to ensure an optimal synergy between Culture and Existence in the maximum change places, especially for irreversible crises.
The Art for Water, the first human right, tackles the themes of life where it has more life and nourishment in the widest sense, without which you can not feed the thought, give foundations to education to environment.
No project of Art and Culture in the broadest sense of the involvement of existential roots, could never be compared to what we propose, a planetary view of matter that lives and comforts the human nature to defend it existence in harmony with nature and neighbours.
This exhibition project is coming from the deep belief that Water can give people a greater sense of meaning and re-educate themselves to live in harmony with water itself, with which we have our strongest bond.
In all possible forms of communication and expression, the art will know how to respond to the questions that surrounded and suggest concrete behavioral mode, making a gift of a commitment that not only satisfies the pleasure of transferring imagination or fantastic flights, but they become a mirror of personal fulfillment.
HUMAN RIGHT?#H2O, dedicated to Water from which we are born, proposes issues that demand urgent and compelling answers: it is an xhibition which requires more intensive knowledge and engages consciences to a total awareness.
LA FONDAZIONE OPERA CAMPANA DEI CADUTI DI ROVERETO (Trento – Italy)
Rovereto houses on the hill the great bell of the fallen, Maria Dolens, perceived and desired by the priest of the city don Antonio Rossaro, right after the Great War, as eternal symbol of condemnation of the conflict, pacification of the consciences, of brotherhood among men, solidarity between peoples. made from the bronze of cannons offered by the nations participating in the First World War, played the first toll on 4th October 1925 in the presence of King Vittorio Emanuele III.
During these years the bell has made its voice heard playing every night one hundred tolls of admonishment to life and to peace.
Statesman, Presidents and Ambassadors with citizens of each nations have honoured the bell and they continue to hear as a voice of own conscience.
91 Nations have exposing their flag around Maria Dolens, first name of the Bell, along the avenue of the Flags and in the Square of the People, to witness, visibly, the fidelity to a message, to a sort a “Peace’s Pact”.
18th Jenuary 1968, by a decree of the President of Republic, Giuseppe Saragat, born as moral entity the Fondazione Opera Campana dei Caduti. Among the Foundation’s finality, particular attention is given to the education of the new generations, to the peace culture, to the non-violence and to human rights.
ART DIRECTOR Roberto Ronca
CRITIC CONCEPT Angelo Calabrese
PROJECT COORDINATION AIAPI
IDEA Angelo Calabrese, Roberto Ronca e Debora Salardi
COMUNICATION Debora Salardi
PUBLIC RELATIONS Debora Salardi, Gabriella Maldifassi
KEY ACCOUNT MANAGER ITALY Anna Maria Gaudiano, Franco Cardone, Daniela Tabarin
KEY ACCOUNT MANAGER CANADA Olivier Leogane
LOCATION MANAGER LATIN AMERICA Viviana Palestini
LOCATION Fondazione Opera Campana dei Caduti – Rovereto (ITALY)
PRESS RELEASE AIAPI Spazio-Tempo Arte | Art&Forte
ADMINISTRATION Studio Baroldi
WEBDESIGN Spazio-Tempo Arte
LEGAL OFFICE Maria Antonietta Maggi
SPAZIO-TEMPO ARTE FACEBOOK MANAGER – AIAPI FACEBOOK MANAGER Alfredo Avagliano