“Giovani Creativi. New artists in museums”. This is the title of the project that will take place in the evocative setting of the National Gallery of Rome from October 16 to November 11. Thirty days dedicated to contemporaneity, with photographic portraits of thirteen talents under 30, who have distinguished themselves for their commitment, studies and communicative sensitivity in different expressive categories. The experience, born from an idea of Nicola Brucoli and Ginevra Corso, founders of TWM Factory, is sponsored by the Lazio Region and is supported by the Rome University of Fine Arts, always attentive to the dynamics of the new generations.
These are the thirteen protagonists: Stefano Belingardi Clusoni (architecture), Emiliano Melchiorre (art), Tiziano and Mirko Palucci (cooking), Simone Nolasco and Virginia Tomarchio (dance), Sara Ricciardi (design), Maria Vittoria Paolillo (fashion), Sara Lorusso (photography), Federico Schiano Di Pepe (entrepreneurship), Giacomo Mazzariol (literature), Merk&Kremont (music), Gnomone (landscape), Angela Curri and Giuseppe Spata (cinema), Robocoop (street art).
The photographs of the 13 creative artists were taken by Riccardo Ferranti inside the most important museums of the capital (National Gallery of Modern Art, Palazzo Barberini, Galleria Corsini, National Museum of Palazzo Venezia, National Museum of Castel Sant’Angelo, Galleria Spada), alongside masterpieces that they preserve, symbolizing the entrance of the “millenials” generation into the heart of Italian history and culture. The project of identity and visual communication, instead, was curated by Carlo Settimio Battisti, while the narrative photos are by Simone Galli.