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closed RABARAMA and the young artists

The show

Now in its eighth edition, the Arteinsieme Biennale continues to be fertile ground for the creativity, inclusion and promotion of young artists.
This year Rabarama's sculptures will be on display together with the finalist works of the Biennale Arteinsieme national competition. Aimed at the world of school and divided into three categories - Visual Arts, Special Books and Music - the competition aims to promote scholastic and social integration of people with disabilities or disadvantaged people from other cultures.
A unique experience for the kids to share the exhibition space and confront themselves with a contemporary artist.
At the center the human figure, always without clothes and never naked. Paola Epifani, also known as Rabarama, creates, sculpts, colors and gives life to figures with classical corporeality, made unique by a masked, coated and tattooed epidermis. Labyrinthine plots, interweaving of letters, numbers, alveoli and symbols make our bodies our alter ego. Their skin is casing and essence, external and internal; the figures are dressed in uninterrupted fantasy, they do not change the motif that insists on the whole body. The subjects with an absent gaze are immersed in their intimate world to be explored in search of the reason for their existence.
Inspired by the poetry of the testimonial artist, the students of Fine Arts Academies, Art Education Institutes and Artistic High Schools have created multi-sensory sculptures, bodies in collected and reflexive poses, containers of souls in continuous transformation and in contact with each other that return us the sense of our being unique and inimitable.
The exhibition perfectly represents the image of the modern man, fragmented and unsolvable, perpetually in search of unity and humanity, that which the whole world needs so much.
The art of Rabarama was intertwined with the imagination of the little ones, who participated in the Arteinsieme special books competition. Epidermal changes and inner transformations, different materials, lines and weaves join the stories created by the students of the Comprehensive Institutes who have created tactile books that are also accessible to the blind public. Let your hands travel on the pages that will lead you to discover an unusual way of reading fairy tales.

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