Arte per la Vita II

Arte per la Vita II

Arte per la vita 2 Locandina



Artisti partecipanti :

Leonardo Bagaglini
Patrizia Barnato
Giselda Benevento
Maria Teresa Bertina
Bikkel
Pierangela Bilotta
Marco Brusco
Iria Elena Cabrera Balbuena
Stefano Canotti
Emilio Cappelli
Emilio Caruso
Clara Casoni
Luca Ceveri "Samo Fortuna"
Costanza Checchi
Francesca Cristiana Ciolli
Rosanna Cossu "Masala Rosanna"
Anna D’Amanzo
Enza De Paolis
Anna Lucia De Sandi
Emanuele Degano "Lele"
Diego Deiana
Elzbieta Della Rovere
Claudia Dibenedetto
Marina Federico
Sabina Ficara
Maka Fidyka
Gioacchino Gargiulo
Bernardo Gentile
Franca Giardiello
Franco Gilardi
Anne Marie Göldi "AmiGold"
Eliana Corinti Jordão
Maria Karzi
Angeliki Kosmidou
Antonino La Vela
Margherita Lizzini
Annalena Maltecca
Daniele Mariani
Amedeo Martino
Sergio Martinola "Ingmar"
Rosa Materazzo
Numa Maurette "Numa"
Maurizio Milanesio
Gaia Moschetti
Sergio Muntoni
Antonio Nappi
Marco Nerieri "N(eri)2"
Giovanni Odierna
Maria Rita Onofri
Laura Paci
Sergio Panero
Giovanni Pegoraro
Tommaso Pensa
Ilaria Pergolesi
Jessica Perna
Svetlana Pesetskaya
Paolo Petroni
Giovanna Radaelli "Rada'"
Mariangela Rasi
Angelo Ribezzi
Fiorella Rizzo "Evolucrom"
Anna Rita Rossetti
Paola Rota Brusadelli
Riccardo Sanchini
Antonino Santomarco Terrano "Nino Santomarco"
Antonio Santoro
Marianna Schiaroli
Sonia Simoneschi
Nicoletta Spinelli
Giuseppina Spreafico
Gabriella Sterzi
Stephanie Tansini
Elisabeth Turci
Sergio Vecia
Tania Venturi "Taty"
Cristiano Verde
Katia Cona Vitello
Lorenzo Zanetti Polzi

Art for Life II

Spaziottagoni presents "Art for Life II"

a major international arts festival as a charity to build a hospital in southern Lebanon in an area torn by war where there is a severe lack of health care, the presence of a health post could save many lives.


Artists in the World Organization http://www.artintheworld.net/
In collaboration with the Association of Spaziottagoni Mameli 7

from June 4 to June 11
Opening Saturday, June 4 at 18
Spaziottagoni a prestigious gallery is located in Trastevere
in the historical center of Rome, in Via Goffredo Mameli 9.
see site Spaziottagoni:
http://www.spaziottagoni.altervista.org/