Where the Future Lies
New Works by Antifigure 169, Deejay Bosca, Emma Brunelli, Davide Miceli, Olivia Musselman, Daphne Philippoussis, Gianluca Ricco, Henry David Rosenberg, Hallel A. Shapiro-Franklin
Curated by Davide Dormino and Shara Wasserman
With Darby Buchanan and Tully Worron
The opening will be Live on Facebook at 6 PM on Nov. 8. The exhibition will remain on display until Nov. 30
Where the Future Lies presents a selection of works from five Temple University Rome students––Deejay Bosca, Olivia Musselman, Daphne Philippoussis, Henry Rosenberg, and Hallel A. Shapiro-Franklin––alongside four Rome University of Fine Arts students––Antifigure, Emma Brunelli, Davide Miceli, and Gianluca Ricco.
The exhibition aims to explore and showcase the talent of up-and-coming Visual Arts students from both Temple University Rome and the Rome University of Fine Arts. In a unique exhibition, each of the artists are presented amongst the others, bringing together the brilliance of the artists themselves, regardless of school affiliation, major, or medium.
The title of the exhibition, Where the Future Lies, offers an insight to the theme of the works in addition to a focus on the artists themselves, as they are indeed the future of not only their generation, but of the contemporary art world as a whole. Each of the artists are distinctive in their own way, approaching the exhibition from the title itself as well as from their own personal motivation, incorporating both in the foundation of their various unique and cohesive works.