This difficult year due to the pandemic still in progress, my artistic activity has not stopped.
I have exhibited one of my works in Genoa, at the Palazzo Ducale, I have curated my website, I have started the production of tutorials published on Instagram, I have organized the NEW LIFE exhibition in Cagliari and I am preparing to present one of my works in Florence for the Biennale of Contemporary Art.
I was also a judge of two major international exhibitions of Mobile Art. One was held in Porto in Portugal and is called MIRA Mobile Prize and the other is called the MDAC Award and was held in Palo Alto (California). It was an honor to be part of the jury and select images from artists and photographers from around the world.
The phenomenon of Mobile Art grows and spreads thanks to social networks, exhibitions, events and workshops that multiply. This “democratic” and “smart” form of expression collects ideas and moods around the world and, thanks to the network, circulates them.
Everyone has a phone, everyone can do Mobile Art. Even if it is not the medium that makes the artist but their head and their heart.
Congratulations to all the artists selected in the MIRA Mobile Prize and MDAC Award!
Dal 13 al 27 Marzo 2021 ho avuto l’onore di esporre una mia opera a Genova, Palazzo Ducale.
La mostra si intitolava “Talk with me” ed era curata dalla dott.ssa Loredana Trestin e dalle sue collaboratrici del gruppo Divulgarti.
Nonostante il periodo difficile per l’arte a causa della pandemia, Palazzo Ducale non ha chiuso le sue porte al pubblico se non in zona rossa e quindi è stato possibile visitare la mostra.
Il tema mi ha spinto a presentare un’opera che mostra proprio la difficoltà di comunicazione in una coppia. Ma l’atmosfera è calda e abbraccia la coppia come a sottolineare che, nonostante le difficoltà, la comunicazione è importante ed è possibile quando ci si vuole bene.
L’ opera ha formato 50×75, stampata su tela e incorniciata con cornice nera a effetto ombra.
Giulia Baita lives in Sardinia (Italy). She has a degree in Contemporary Art and loves painting and drawing. She is a mobile artist. She has participated in numerous collective exhibitions: Palo Alto, Porto, Roma, Amersfoort in Netherlands.
In March 2017 she founded MAG MobileArtGroup Facebook, MAG Instagram and MAG Twitter. MAG aims to promote mobile art as a new form of contemporary art. For two years MAG has been a partner in “ONLY MobileArt” , a magazine published in NYC directed by Marcello Barbusci. Giulia Baita curated the great Mobile Art Exhibition in Milan (“The Beauty Myth”) in May 2019. For two years she collaborated with ONLYMobileArt, a magazine published in NYC and directed by Marcello at Barbusci. MAG promote the activity oh hundreds and hundreds of artists from all over the world.
Now she take care of workshops or online courses for those interested in learning about Mobile Art. She is currently preparing to participate in the great event in Florence of the Biennale of Contemporary Art. The Exhibition will take place in October 2021 at the Fortezza da Basso.
In questo momento strano e difficile per molti di noi può emergere un senso di insicurezza e sconforto. Vorrei dedicare questa serie alla Energia. La grande energia che si muove dentro e intorno a noi, quella che ci fa andare avanti nonostante tutto, quella che ci spinge a fare cose impossibili, quella che vediamo nella natura con la sua continua rinascita sempre e sempre, quella che vediamo nelle persone che sorridono e camminano, pianificano e creano un futuro sempre nuovo. L’estate, il sole, ha lasciato questo profondo desiderio di Energia. Energia che deve essere il motore di un autunno ricco di nuove strade e progetti.
The exhibition brought together the images of 20 artists from all over the world and five jurors. It had the international character characteristic of the Mobile Art movement. The same theme suggested love for all the colors of the world and the pleasure of sharing them.
“All colors of the world” Exhibition took place in Cagliari (Italy), Villa Fanny, on 30 July 2020.
The artists who took part in the exhibition are:
Lorenka Campos (Texas) Roger Guetta (Canada) Melissa D. Johnston (USA) Linda Hollier (Canada) Dale Bradshaw Botha (Australia) Isabel Afonso (Portugal) Janis Brandenburg Lee (Nevada) Ileana Montano (Mexico) Susan Latty (Australia) Rosalie Heller (Maryland) Amanda Parker (California) Paul-André Hamel (Canada) Alexis Rotella (Maryland) MaryJane Rosenfeld (USA) Juta Jazz (Lithuanian / Cyprus) Barbara Braman (Massachusetts) Massimiliano Balò (Italy) Adelino Marques (Portugal) Peter Wilkin ((England) Sukru Mehmet Omur (Turkey / France)
Eliza Badoiu (Romania) Manuela Matos Monteiro (Portugal) Gianluca Ricoveri (Italy) Clint Cline (Florida) Giulia Baita (Italy)
The Exhibition was entirely curated by Giulia Baita
The booklets bring together the 25 images on display; the biography of all the artists and jurors; the images of the precious quilt, a symbol of collaboration and sharing between artists from all over the world.