Far But Close
Jan 22, 2021
Inspired by the forced segregation due to the pandemic `far but close` is an exhibition that presents selected artists from all over the world, showing them and spreading their art in an online exhibition, accessible to all as art must continue to live even in a period like this, seeking new methods of expression and dissemination.
Finalist artists: Eri Kato, Marzena Turek Gas, Mario Molins, Alessio Lucarini, Kaoru Shibuta, Christian Door, Andrea Badillo Sariñana, Ariel Lavian, Francesca Brivio, Hassiba Kessaci, Kriston Banfield, Faiá Martins, Ulyana Korol, Craig Jaster, Caroline Wade, Mediha Sevinc, Ricardo Candia, Romina Schimpf, Lena Zak, Simone Ferguson, Charlie Haydn Taylor, Vesna Dobričić, Surabhi Chowdhary, Steve Jensen, Marilena Ramadori, Víctor Manuel Hernández Castillo, Luciano Caggianello, Francesco De Lorenzo, Isobel Church, Juno Jou, Lacuna, Joyce Camilleri, Manuel Delgado, Maxime Jean Lefebvre, Vassilis Vassiliades, Manu Romeiro, Sally de Courcy, Enrico Valeruz, Sofianna Lekou, Mitoshka Alkova, Sara Carpentieri, Carla Piacenza, Nadja Shkirat, Santiago Robles, Alaric Hobbs, Sofya Danilova, Kevser Atalay, Valeria Gai, Benjamin Uggla, Mary Badalian, François-Xavier Laloi, Mingzhu Mu, Bastien Bürcher, Candan Umur, Franziska Ostermann, Anna Hrbacova, Islam Allam, Nino Memanishvili, Yu Yang, Giulia Pellegrini, Zahra Jafarpour.
Far But Close Catalog
Issue 3, 2021
We have released the official catalog of the exhibition where the selected artists are detailed with additional works from their archives, click on the cover below to view it online