Dialogo Muto: a photographer, a painter & their mute dialogue with Stefano Gulmanelli & Andrea Padovani

The Dante Alighieri Society of BC n collaboration with the Italian Institute of Culture in Toronto invites you to the Art Forum & Exhibit
Dialogo Muto a photographer, a painter & their mute dialogue with Stefano Gulmanelli & Andrea Padovani

Creativity in the visual arts needs few words; at times no words at all. In their “mute dialogue”, two Italian Canadian artists – photographer Stefano Gulmanelli & painter Andrea Padovani – found a way of expressing and sharing their creative instincts. In this interactive art forum they will show – more than tell – a creative process born out of improvisation, anarchy of feelings, and trust. M. Cing by Dr Arianna Dagnino, The University of British Columbia.

Art works will be exhibited: Thursday, November 25, 2021 at 6:30 pm (PST) – In English Vancouver Maritime Museum (T.K. Gallery) 1905 Ogden Ave., Vancouver, BC V6J 1A3.

Free Admission (donations welcome)
Registration & BC Vaccine Card required. RSVP here or at info@dantesocietybc.ca
The Dante Alighieri Society of BC – www.dantesocietybc.ca

Italian-Canadian painter Andrea Padovani was born in Verona, Italy (1961); he lives and works in Horshoebay and on Cortes Island. https://andreapadovani.com
Recent exhibitions:
2021: “Artendeys,” Bergen, NL.
2020-1999: 19 solo shows, Buckland and Southerst Galleries, West
2003-2017: “The Obsession of Art,” 14 solo shows, NL.
2012: solo show at the Barrister’s Lounge Vancouver Courthouse.
2011: Venice Biennale – Padiglione Italia nel Mondo; solo show at the Ghelfi Gallery, Verona, Italy.
1992 First one man show, San Giorgeto Gallery, Verona, Italy.

Italian-Canadian photographer Stefano Gulmanelli was born in the Middle East and lived extensively in Europe, Africa, Australia, and Canada. He has traveled far and wide, producing reportages and photographic stories.
For some years now, he has stopped working ‘commercially’ for newspapers and magazines to undertake a more personal path of photographic research. In fact, once he is done with having to
earn money to support his (almost grown) children, that is all he will do – wherever he happens to be.
Dr. Gulmanelli currently teaches at the University of British Columbia in the Sociology Department.

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