Manifestos

  • Manifesto Arte Utile 1

    Manifest AU, 1965 In the past art had a goal – to invoke certain feelings in the viewer. In the past art had a purpose – to express something to the public, that is, to reach the individual. Art in the past was an art of individuals for individuals. AVANTGARDE UTILE on the contrary ...
  • Manifesto Arte Utile 2

    AU – lives outside in contact with everything and also inside the museums and galleries agreeing with its socio-aesthetical positions.AU – mediates the intermediation.AU – especially considers the operation/ action as effective relating to issues presently happening or dealing with them.AU – humanizes.AU – is only interested in a visual and social subject which can ...
  • Manifesto Arte Utile 3

    The artist finds his roots in the Society. The Artist works in the Society. His creativity expands within the Society in which he lives. The artist needs to open towards the Society, acting as curious and honest observer. The Artist bears a share of the responsibility for society which responds to his art. An Artist, ...
  • Manifesto Arte Utile 4

    A new space for culture We are artists. We live in a society, which exploits our peculiar talent for it’s own advantage. Society needs the artist’s dream as an antidote to the nightmares, which it creates day-to-day, and it distorts the artist’s blueprints, using them to camouflage the great enterprise of selfdestruction. The artist has to decide, whether he participates in this ...