Abed Abdi in Imago Mundi, Luciano Benetton’s global art project


Imago Mundi. Luciano Benetton Collection. Map of New Art
Five continents, 38 collections, 6930 artists with 10×12 cm artworks

In the current climate of arrested utopias, attacks on cultural heritage, assaults on imagination and knowledge, Imago Mundi, Luciano Benetton’s global art project, comes to Venice to propose an art without borders that breaks the silence, goes beyond differences, pushes forward civilization. The exhibition MAP OF THE NEW ART includes collections from more than 40 nations and native peoples representing the five continents: 10×12 cm artworks by 6930 artists. Island of San Giorgio Maggiore.

Collections in this Exhibition: Afghanistan Algeria: More or Less – Brazil – Bulgaria: Save the Dreams – Bushmen from Kalahari – Caribbean: Together Apart – Colombia – Croatia – CubaDentro – Denmark: Constructions – Germany mon amour – Greece: Traces of Today – Hungary – Iran: Iranomutomorphosis.net – Israel: One – Praestigium I – Praestigium II – Jordan – Latvia: Wow – Mexico: The Future is Unwritten – Nigeria: Roots – North American Indigenous Artists – North Korea: A Unique Country – Ojo Andino – Organix – Painting the Dreaming (Aboriginal Artists) – Philippines – Saudi Arabia – South Africa: 10×12@Sa – Syria – Spain: Identity/Modernity – Sweden – Switzerland – Thailandia: Spiritual & Material – Tibet – Tunisia: Turbulences – Uganda/Rwanda/Burundi – Vienne for Art’s Sake –


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