Melampo, photo by N

Melampo, photo by N

Artisanal Intelligence (A.I.)”Body for the dress”, a nice showcase under the sign of art, fashion and craftsmanship, curated by Clara Tosi Pamphili and Alessio De’ Navasques  which was held during the Altaroma latest edition at the suggestive buildings of La Dogana – a huge industrial building – which yesterday hosted an ancient railway station, placed in the Rome area of San Lorenzo, the one which has resisted against the German attacks during the Second World War of whose tracks are still impressed in many buildings –  featured the works by visual artists as the bright Sacha Turchi, who made a sculpture evoking the spinal column, the structure of human body. Constructions, clear signs embodying visions as the ones by Giacomo Frasson and Giulia Roman, graduated students from the Fashion Design Faculty of Iuav University of Venice, as well as by Melampo, brand created by Lulù and Anna Poletti, Brighenti – renowned Rome boutique, which made the lingerie for actresses and showgirls – and others who have drawn an artistic path, successfully putting the light on the energies and ideas, featuring in the contemporary times where the new reads again the old to find a way to go, though the destination is still unknown.

ALTAROMA: A.I. “BODY FOR THE DRESS”, LA CELEBRAZIONE DEL CORPO TRA ARTE E MODA

Giacomo Frasson, photo by N

Giacomo Frasson, photo by N

Artisanal Intelligence (A.I.)”Body for the dress”, una simpatica rassegna sotto il segno di arte, moda e artigianalità, curata da Clara Tosi Pamphili e Alessio De’ Navasques che si è tenuta in occasione dell’ ultima edizione di Altaroma presso i suggestivi edifici de La Dogana – un enorme costruzione industriale  che ieri ha ospitato un’ antica stazione ferroviaria, ubicata nel quartiere romano di San Lorenzo, quello che ha resistito agli attacchi tedeschi durante la Seconda Guerra Mondiale, le cui tracce sono tuttora impresse in numerosi palazzi – ed ha avuto quali protagonisti i lavori di artisti come la brillante Sacha Turchi, la quale ha realizzato una scultura che evoca la colonna vertebrale, la struttura del corpo umano. Costruzioni, segni precisi che racchiudono in sé visioni quali quelle di Giacomo Frasson e Giulia Roman, studenti neo-laureati della Facoltà di Fashion Design dell’ Università Iuav di Venezia, come anche Melampo, brand creato da LulùAnna Poletti, Brighenti -rinomata boutique romana di lingerie di lusso, che ha realizzato biancheria intima per attrici e showgirl – ed altri che hanno tracciato un percorso artistico, gettando felicemente luce sulle energie e idee protagoniste della contemporaneità in cui il nuovo rilegge il vecchio per trovare una strada da intraprendere, pur essendo la destinazione ancora ignota.

Giulia Roman, photo by N

Giulia Roman, photo by N

 

Fabio Quaranta (fashion designer and professor at the Iuav University of Venice) along with Giacomo Frasson and Giulia Roman, photo by N

Fabio Quaranta (fashion designer and professor at the Iuav University of Venice) along with Giacomo Frasson and Giulia Roman, photo by N

 

Brighenti, photo by N

Brighenti, photo by N

 

Pictures evidencing the famous customers of Brighenti, photo by N

Pictures evidencing the famous customers of Brighenti, photo by N

 

Me, myself & I along with Sacha Turchi and the work she made, photo by N

Me, myself & I along with Sacha Turchi and the work she made, photo by N

 

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