“All colors of the world” is a Contest that intends to select 20 images of mobile artists and then an Exhibition that will take place in Cagliari (Italy) in a wonderful multipurpose space in the heart of the city, the MEM Mediateca del Mediterraneo.
The exhibition aims to show the best of Mobile Art from all over the world and highlight the international aspect of this artistic movement. Mobile Art was born 11 years ago in the USA with the first iPhone and the first editing apps. Today the technological revolution of the last decade and the mass spread of mobile devices all over the world have made this artistic form truly usable everywhere. Internet and social networks, did the rest. There are no borders, there are no walls, there are no people too far away. Everything is close, usable, easily accessible. I can buy in Los Angeles, sell in Beirut, collaborate with artists in Instanbul. Web does not solve problems of coexistence, cultural differences, economic disparities, but it is an opportunity. An opportunity to get to know each other and to dialogue. Mobile Art was born with this international character which is fundamental to understanding it. But above all it is a community. A community of artists who share images and therefore emotions, different cultures, ideas, problems, dreams. They participate in International Exhibitions, organize workshops, create Mobile Art courses. The Mobile Community is a living reality, full of talents and ideas and resources of all kinds. It is an example of globalization in the world of contemporary art. Cagliari, a city in the middle of the Mediterranean, a place of millennial meeting of different peoples in terms of culture, religion, history, becomes an exhibition site for an Esposition with an international character. And above all the MEM gallery, which is located in a multipurpose center dedicated to the Mediterranean as a place of trade and cultural exchanges between Phoenicians, Egyptians, ancient Romans and Greeks once and today open to international traffic, it seems the perfect place for this Exhibition. “All colors of the world” wants to be an auspicious theme for the future. We open this new decade with an idea: art has no boundaries, art communicates and brings together different peoples, art is a universal language that speaks the same language. All the colors of the world. We love all the colors of the world, even the ones I don’t know, even the ones I’ve never seen. Because all men have a deep desire for peace and brotherhood. All of this may be a utopia, but utopias have changed the world.
I am looking forward to seeing your work. The judges who will observe your images are highly professional and long experienced artists. It is an honor for me to collaborate with Clint Cline, Eliza Badoiu, Manuela Matos Monteiro, Gianluca Ricoveri.
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I have the pleasure to launch the call of a great Mobile Art Exhibition 2020.
Giulia Baita lives on a beautiful island in the Mediterranean called “Sardinia”.
She has a degree in History of Contemporary Art and she is passionate about painting and drawing.
She is a high exponent of Mobile Art and she participated in many international exhibitions like “Light impressions” (two years in Miami) , Mobile Award Mira” (Porto) and mDAC 2017 (Palo Alto). She also showed some of her photos in two Art Exhibition in her city, Cagliari.
She has collaborate with the jazz composer Marco Testoni about some projects which combined music and art. A video with her pictures was shown in Rome during a concert by Marco Testoni and the Pollock Project group and it always accompanies their concerts.
Other videos (exclusively made with iPhone) were selected and shown at festivals such as MoMo Festival, International Mobile Film Festival, Woman’s Mobile FilmFestival, Los Angels Film Festival.
In March 2017 she founded MAG MobileArtGroup Facebook, MAG Instagram and MAG Twitter.
MAG wants to stimulate and promote Mobile Art as a new contemporary art form.
In March 2018 Giulia Baita organized an exhibition in Cagliari with images of artists from around the world. It called "Mobile Art From All Over The World" and it featured the work of 29 artists (including her). Subsequently she has created a book - catalog of the Exhibition.
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