Gino d’Artali

Mexico

Masks

The Belgian artist, presently living in Mexico, was an art curator in The Netherlands from 1995 to 1998. He has organized several international projects such as:
&Butoh Gendai Arts Festival” (1990, a Japanese dance-art festival with over 20 Japanese Butoh dancers and artists presented in Paris, France; Hanover, Berlin, Germany and Nijmegen, The Netherlands);
the “Dresden Multi-Media Festival” (1994, with over 25 German artists presented in Nijmegen, The Netherlands);
'the ongoing poetry and art project and exhibition FacingFaces (First one in 2001, a digital art exhibition involving 83 artists from 30 countries, presented both in real time Museo de Arte del INBA, Cd. Juárez, Mexico, as well as on the Internet. And its second edition (2002, more than 80 international artists and poets involved) in

preparation for exhibition this year at Museo Ex Aduana, Cd. Juárez. At Outspoken Arte a selection works from both years will be on display.)

This year, Gino d’Artali founded the C.A.U.S.E. (Coalition of Artists United for Social Engagement), to secure the continuation of FacingFaces, and to continue to create a platform to address the need for communication and understanding between worlds, different cultures, religions, colors, economical differences, a to provide a global link to art worldwide.

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