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07/05/2021 | ARTS

WOMEN ARTLOUNGE

Posted by: Carlota Calvi

On the Art Point building first floor there’s a Milan-style lounge which has made contemporary art its cheerful moment, to share and debate creativity. Hangar21 is the company that inaugurated its new space at Superstudio with two female projects on show until the end of May.

Empowered and free women, allowed to have a new look, to be a voice, also and especially through Art which has always been one of the privileged, independent human expression forms and narration with its most opaque nuances. The women’s Concrete Freedom exhibition has launched Hangar21 space, a digital production company by TMP Group. Some of the artists’ works involved in the workshop and publication of concrete poetry made by BBDB Studio in collaboration with Women For Freedom are exhibited. The non-profit association active in 6 countries around the world that for years has been dealing with women’s support and inclusion in professional, economic, political but also creative sphere, for a real "Concrete Freedom". 
Communities and women’s managerial skills also involve the second project presented in the new ArtLounge space, thanks to the agency founded by two young Italian businesswomen. YET art agency develops new artistic promotion models, opening the creativity world to new opportunities. The focus of the artist they have decided to bring on show is fixed to the new, in line with hosts, hi-tech symposium’s contemporary stars. Roberto Casti, emerging artist presents The Beginning, a 15-minute video where every certainty leads to research and becomes the core episode of a series tracing the creation and history of human language, through serial television format’s meta-narrative.

"Concrete Freedom" collective exhibition of female concret poetry, ArtLounge Hangar21.

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