Il Consiglio di Zona 2 the City of Milan with the artistic direction of City Art exhibit "Basa_Menti - 28 artists for an urban regeneration ".
collective exhibition of works, inspired by the multi-ethnic district of Milan Via Padova, donated by the artists to the City and after exposure were deployed in the town hall 2.
The metropolis lives an urban and architectural metamorphosis, sociocultural unprecedented, the artists will make project promoters, events and shared actions. City Art declines its development for social change with different artistic activities, both the Exhibition Space and with public art events.
The Basa Minds project has involved Italian and international artists, with the contribution of the Art School of Brera fascinated by the draft Social Art which promotes relations and dialogue. La mostra si caratterizza come un’istallazione di un bosco artificiale che prende forma da una serie di basi in cemento, in precedenza utilizzati per un evento architettonico “Luoghi ideali” promosso da diverse realtà della Zona.
The exhibition was opened by an Open Talk with the Head of Culture Horn of “Public e Social Art, analogie e differenze” where they are confronted critics,it, social workers and artists to overcome the concept of public art (passive, decorative) with targeted artistic actions, shared from the bottom, through different modes of participation. Explore how the procedural aspect and relational art participatory produces regenerative effects, actions useful for the community.
Art School of Brera Milan, 4Ep.g class. Pictorial Disciplines Prof. Anna Finetti, gico, Apostle, Giorgio Bulzi, Gian Antonio and Gabriella Garlaschi Kuruvilla, Fanuccio, Giuliana Bellini, Angelo Caruso, Elisabetta Pagani, Celina Spelt, Pine Lia, laria_Berenice, kwangwoo han, Christian Flores Saavedra, Jean Pierre Orrù, blue Ferrando, Raffaele Romano, Narciso Bresciani, Elisabetta Oneto, John Bai, Raimondo Masu, Stefano Sevegnani, Vorticerosa, Roger Ranko, Massimo Costantini, Emanuele Magri, Paolo Carnevale, Maria Amalia Cangiano, Ferdinando Gatto, Francesco Zaccone.