Deodato Arte Gallery is pleased to announce its participation in ArteGenova.
You can find us at booth 81, featuring a wide selection of works by Romero Britto, TvBoy, Daniele Fortuna, Damien Hirst, David Kracov, Mr. Brainwash, Takashi Murakami, Andy Warhol, Miaz Brothers, Mr. Savethewall, Marco Lodola, David LaChapelle, Josè Molina, Yayoi Kusama.
From 15th to 18th February 2024
Thursday, 15th February
Invitation-only Vernissage, starting from 18:00
Friday, 16th February
From 10:00 to 20:00
Saturday, 17th February
From 10:00 to 20:00
Sunday, 18th February
From 10:00 to 20:00
Genoa Exhibition Center – Blue Pavilion
ArteGenova - The Fair
The 18th edition of ArteGenova promises an exciting cultural immersion and an opportunity for artistic investment during the intense four days from 16th to 18th February.
With the participation of over 150 galleries, the event guarantees an exceptional collection of artworks, embracing both classical masters and contemporary artists. ArteGenova stands out as a unique occasion, allowing art enthusiasts to explore new artistic expressions through videos, installations, and live performances.
Offering an extraordinary cultural experience and the chance to invest in contemporary art, the invitation is extended to all art lovers, professionals, and collectors to participate in this extraordinary event.
Deodato Arte at ArteGenova
Deodato Arte has a rich history of active participation in national and international art fairs. At the national level, the gallery promotes both established and emerging Pop and Street artists, contributing to the vibrant local art scene.
Specifically, Deodato Arte has participated in recurring art fairs. Among these are national art fairs: Booming Bologna, Paviart, Parma Art Fair, BAF (Bergamo Arte Fiera), and international art fairs: AAF Brussels, AAF Battersea, AAF New York Spring, and Art Wynwood.
At the international level, the presence of Deodato Arte fosters cross-cultural exchange and helps the gallery stay updated on the latest developments in the art world. Their commitment to showcasing a variety of contemporary and modern art reflects a dedication to promoting and appreciating art in all its forms.
Explore some of the artists featured at Deodato Arte's stands at ArteGenova!
Romero Britto became prominent in Miami, crafting a unique style blending pop art and cubism, marked by bold shapes and vibrant colors.
Inspired by giants like Picasso and Braque, Britto's art conveys joy, optimism, and unity, collaborating with world-renowned companies and engaging in philanthropy. His artistic vision promotes positivity, emphasizing art's ability to bridge cultural divides.
Flowers for You by Romero Britto is a testament to his vivid style, with a lively blend of geometric shapes and stylized flowers, rendered in bright colors and crisp outlines.
The subtle script in the background adds a layer of intricacy, contrasting with the abstract and figurative elements that exemplify Britto's fusion of diverse artistic influences. This piece exemplifies his ability to convey joy and positivity through art, creating a visual language of optimism and hope.
Tvboy, known by the name Salvatore Benintende, is an Italian street artist and a prominent figure in the Neo-Pop movement. His work is provocative and irreverent, often featuring series of kisses between diametrically opposed characters, such as political figures or icons from different worlds.
Influenced by artists like Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein,Tvboy's work is a modern commentary on society and culture, blending pop culture references with street art's immediacy and accessibility.
The image depicts a Tvboy artwork showcasing a female profile inspired by Coco Chanel, identifiable by distinctive features such as a cloche hat and pearls. She holds a spray can, a street art staple, from which paint flows.
The contrasting colors and dripping paint serve both as a tribute and a contemporary reimagining of a fashion icon, revitalizing her through the street artist's perspective. This piece merges classical elegance with urban irreverence, highlighting Tvboy's fusion of high and popular culture.
Daniele Fortuna is a Milanese sculptor blending pop aesthetics with classical forms in his works, employing wood and acrylic colors. His renowned series include "Colormination", "Heads Will Roll", and "Thologiny", featuring subjects from mythological deities to popular icons. His art is celebrated for reviving classical figures with a contemporary, playful twist.
This sculpture by Daniele Fortuna is a clever fusion of ancient and contemporary art. The upper part of the bust is traditionally sculpted, invoking classical artistry, while the torso is adorned with vibrant color blocks in a modern style.
The visual contrast between the realistic face detail and the geometric abstraction of the body symbolizes the dialogue between past and present, a recurring theme in Fortuna's work. The sculpture bridges eras, showing how classics can be reinterpreted in a modern language.