Eutopia Art Collection: Percorsi Attraverso l’Immaginario

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Tablinum: la rassegna Eutopia Art Collection 2018, curata da Tablinum Cultural Management, torna nel mese di Novembre presso la splendida città di Torino, con una doppia esposizione: Paratissima 2017, presso la ex Caserma La Marmora, e Math 12, in Via Silvio Pellico 12.

Paratissima verrà inaugurata mercoledì 1 Novembre e rimarrà in essere sino al domenica 5 Novembre, mentre la mostra collaterale presso Math 12 avrà una sua Vernice venerdì 3 Novembre e rimarrà in essere sino a domenica 12 Novembre.

A seguito della fortunata rassegna Lust for Art 2016 che lo scorso anno ha fatto registrare un totale di 25.000 visitatori in soli sei mesi di programmazione, quest’anno TCM propone per la sua programmazione 2017 la rassegna tematica Eutopia Art Collection spinto da un’esigenza profonda: quella di ricollocare l’arte al giusto posto, rivestirla di tutta quella carica positiva che gli è propria. Fare dell’arte lo specchio di un mondo tutto da creare a immagine e somiglianza dell’uomo, dei suoi sogni e delle sue aspirazioni. In questo senso l’arte della collezione 2017 si fa Eutopia positiva di valori e concetti.

Nelle settimane dell’Arte Torinese, Math12 –  Spazio Trasversale  e Tablinum Cultural Management propongono un circuito di mostre collettive che partendo da alcuni tra i più suggestivi luoghi della cultura museale piemontese, passano attraverso Paratissima,  sino ad approdare allo spazio espositivo di Math12.

Il progetto curatoriale si muove intorno al tema del “Grottesco-Fantastico” e all’universo dell’immaginario.
Gli artisti presenti nelle varie esposizioni delineano percorsi poliedrici, a cominciare dalle tecniche utilizzate per arrivare alla loro personale ricerca. Ne risulta una mostra corale con diverse chiavi interpretative ed emotive dove: “l’immaginazione corre veloce e delinea insolite prospettive”.

Due mostre, curate da Valentina Barberis e Elena Perosino, sono realizzate in collaborazione con il Polo Museale del Piemonte e hanno luogo in due sedi del MIBACT, l’Abbazia di Vezzolano, Albugnano (At) e l’Abbazia di Fruttuaria, San Benigno Canavese (To).

Le mostre di Paratissima e Math12 sono curate da Elisa Larese (Tablinum Cultural Management) e Laura Lussiana (Math12), dove esporranno gli artisti: Enzo Truppo e Barbara Mileto, Alessandro Flaminio, Carlo D’Oria, Andrea Berlingheri, Massimo Bertoli, Canon Club Italia, Anne Delaby, Mieke Van den Hoogen, Dominique Joyeux, Jean Paul Lagarrigue e Cecilia Martin Birsa.

Durante il periodo delle esposizioni, nelle location di Paratissima e Math 12, sarà possibile partecipare ad alcuni eventi collaterali:
– Omaggio a Lorenzo Alessandri, con  reading tratto dal libro Zorobabel  a cura di Math12.
– Conferenza di Barbara Mileto (scrittrice) e Enzo Truppo (fotografo)  che presenteranno il loro progetto itinerante “Contere Muros”; progetto di collaborazione tra nord e sud che attraverso l’arte mira a polverizzare i muri, oltre le convenzioni.

Orari visita Paratissima:

Mercoledì dalle ore 15.00 alle ore 24.00

Giovedì e Venerdì dalle ore 15.00 alle ore 24.00

Sabato dalle ore 12.00 alle ore 24.00

Domenica dalle ore 10.00 alle ore 22.00

Tablinum Cultural Management  e Math 12 saranno presenti a Paratissima presso lo stand numero 37

Orari visita Math 12:

Vernice ore 19.00

Lunedì chiuso

Da martedì a sabato dalle ore 15.00 alle ore 19.00

Domenica dalle ore 15.00 alle ore 19.00.

Info numero +39 3392181456 e-mail info@studiotablinum.com

 

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Women in Art. L’Arte Contemporanea è Donna!

Tablinum Cultural Management è lieto di annunciare l’inaugurazione della mostra d’arte contemporanea internazionale “Women in Art. L’Arte Contemporanea è Donna. Proposte per una collezione” che si terrà presso l’Ala del Teatro del Falcone all’interno del grandioso complesso museale di Palazzo Reale in Genova.

La mostra che aprirà al pubblico sabato 25 marzo 2017 dalle ore 10.30 e chiuderà domenica 9 aprile 2017 alle ore 18.30, sarà caratterizzata da una serie di eventi speciali in concomitanza dell’atteso appuntamento UNESCO dei Rolli Days di cui Palazzo Reale è uno dei protagonisti eccellenti.

Con Women in Art abbiamo deciso di creare un percorso espositivo che trattasse l’arte da un’angolazione inedita. Visitare questa mostra sarà un un po’ come catturare il segreto più intimo di queste artiste che riuniscono in sé un binomio meraviglioso: essere donna e al contempo essere artista. Liberatasi dagli stereotipi femminili che ancora sopravvivono al giorno d’oggi, la donna si fa musa di se stessa: ha ormai deciso non essere più un soggetto passivo nelle mani di chi ne modella le forme o l’immagine a proprio piacimento. Decide piuttosto, di essere una creatrice, di regalare allo spettatore quello che è il proprio sguardo sul mondo.

Questa mostra, che occuperà l’intera superficie del Teatro del Falcone, vedrà la presenza di sette artiste pronte a introdurre il visitatore nella propria personale visione del mondo, raccontatoattraverso il filtro dell’arte. Sette mondi artistici che saranno concretizzati in sette differenti concept curatoriali e che si snoderanno nello spazio espositivo, creando un effetto di immersione non solo visiva ma soprattutto emotiva molto significativa per il visitatore.

Giovanna Lentini, presenterà le sue opere su tela e gli arazzi con un tema che vuole farsi emblema di tutta la sua produzione artistica: “Rosso Dentro. Il gruppo Math12 attraverso l’installazione immersiva “Di Stazione in Stazione ci regalerà degli sguardi inediti su Genova. Anne Delaby in “Lighting the Art” ci trasmetterà tutto il potere benefico di un’arte che illumina e si fa messaggera di bellezza e positività. Le sculture di Mieke Van den Hoogen in “Female Touch” dialogheranno con il visitatore evidenziando il filo d’oro che lega da sempre la manualità femminile a     l’arte. Myriam Feuilloley in Contemporary Trascendence” indagherà il bisogno di evasione da se stessi e il difficile anelito alla spiritualità che attanaglia la società moderna. Monique Laville ci immergerà, con le sue opere dal sapore impressionista, in una vera e propriaReverie” fatta di Nostalgia per un mondo ormai passato e di attenta riflessione sull’attualità. Infine con Anne Marie Torrisi riscopriremo la meraviglia di fare “Arte in Libertà”, laddove il gioco dei colori e delle forme si fa espressione di gioia di vivere.

La mostra Women in Art nasce dal concept curatoriale di Tablinum Cultural Management, è realizzata in collaborazione con il Museo di Palazzo Reale di Genova e si iscrive nell’ambito della rassegna annuale Eutopia Art Collection ideata per Tablinum Cultural Management da Elisa Larese e Alessandro Cerioli.

La mostra sarà aperta dal 25 marzo al 9 aprile con i seguenti orari: MART-VEN 14.30-18.30, SAB 10.30-18.30 e DOM 13.30-18.30

Sono previsti tre eventi straordinari:

– Sabato 25 Marzo dalle ore 10.30l’apertura ufficiale in presenza degli artisti e degli organizzatori;

– Venerdi 31 Marzo alle ore 17.00 Art & Haute Couture Fashion Event aspettando i Rolli Days, in collaborazione con gli sponsor Ludema Bag e Litvi&Marti. Sfilata di Alta Moda presso la scalinata del Teatro del Falcone.

– Sabato 1 Aprile dalle ore 10.30 alle ore 18.30 Art meet the Artists con visite guidate alla mostra in presenza delle artiste.

Il visitatore potrà usufruire di contenuti digitali speciali accessibili dal proprio smartphone grazie alla presenza di qr code lungo il percorso di visita.

TABLINUM CULTURAL MANAGEMENT: i nostri progetti nascono dalla volontà di divulgare un modello culturale in cui il sistema dell’arte sappia comunicare i valori fondamentali che sorpassino le usuali logiche di mercato e riscoprano il valore primario della cultura, quale nutrimento della coscienza umana. Per questo amiamo considerarci prima di tutto “impiegati della cultura”.

Lust for Art: Inner Asymmetries – Essentia

Tablinum: eccovi il video della presentazione delle mostre #InnerAsymmetries ed #Essentia, delle artiste Mieke Van den Hoogen e Monique Laville. Durante l’intervista il project manager di TCM Alessandro Ceriolii illustra gli aspetti curatoriali delle mostre.

Inner Asymmetries – Art web catalogue

Tablinum is proud to present its annual program of thematic exhibitions – LUST FOR ART – dedicated to the artists and promoted by our curatorial department.
Following the success of “Art Expo – FEED THE WORLD WITH ART”, which recorded a total of 42,590 visitors last year, this time we have decided to look at art through the eyes of those who both love it passionately and collect it. Art was an essential factor in the development of our society and the passion has been its motor.
As Flaubert wrote: “If there is something to worship on this earth and among all Nothingness, if there is something holy, pure, sublime, something that should support this huge desire of infinity and vagueness which is called the soul, then this is the art “.
That is why we wish to celebrate our LUST FOR ART through the works of a selected shortlist of contemporary artists from several European nations.
We want to do this by being guided by the feelings we experience in works of art.In a century in which culture, and therefore also art is its lifeblood, too often brushed aside or subjected to an extraneous logic, we believe it is important to dwell upon this sensitive awareness.

Art and aesthetic enjoyment: art possesses the power to reawaken the spiritual potential that lies dormant within each individual.
Art stimulates our desire and also our sense of aesthetics together with our lust for possession.

This perception embodies and implies not only the admiration of art but also the experience of an elaboration of feelings.
By means of these art exhibitions, we will investigate this aesthetic mechanism which art triggers within us by examining all our perceptions. At first glance, art attracts our attention and then deeply penetrates our inner reflection and our aesthetic enjoyment.

Artistic libido is a psychological and creative energy located within the mind: the brain and creativity resemble a puzzle whose pieces consist of language and perception.
We invite you to discover yourselves through art and its universal language.

LUST for ART 2016 will be hosted from 1st July 2016 to 30 September in the charming Museum and Botanical Garden of Villa Carlotta on Lake Como.
We are pleased to offer to art lovers and collectors the works of five international artists gathered here in five solo exhibition:

Joakim Hansén – Human Symphony  1.07.2016 – 17.07.2016
Maria Mouriadou – In Itinere  1.07.2016 – 17.07.2016
Teresa Condito – Ars Naturans  23.07.2016 – 17.07.2016
Monique Laville – Essentia  16.09.2016 – 30.09.2016
Mieke Van Den Hoogen Huijgen – Inner Asymmetries  16.09.2016 – 30.09.2016

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The inner worlds of the women translated in sculpture’s masterpieces

Tablinum: certain works of art, as in a mirror, give us not only the external reality of things but also their inner life with all its complex asymmetries and dysmorphic evolutions. This happens with sculptures of the Dutch artist Mieke Van Den Hoogen – Huijgen.

Returning from her last New York expo, which ended in June, Mieke Van Den Hoogen – Hujigen presents to the public of Villa Carlotta a series of ceramics.

These works are inspired by the archaic vases, full of tribal references, made according to ancient Indian and African processing techniques.

Mieke in them combines their artistic feeling with the atavistic impulse of the clay modeling in order to create shapes reminiscent of daily life.

In some sculptures, like Castle, the roughness of the clay is approached to the intensity of the primary colors. In sculptures like Castle, the roughness of the clay is approached to the intensity of the primary colors

It creates a blackout between the highly innovative shape and the reference to arcane gestures that are reinterpreted by a genuine taste of shaping the clay no longer undergo the rigor of a creative process in which the ultimate purpose is the creation of a tool for a daily use.

The common thread with the tradition is interrupted here and it is triggered the creative process of the artist with her own free will to play with shapes and color.

The inner asymmetries is the concept behind the series of female torsos, in which is transposed all the feminine sensibility of an interiority fragmented and prey to conflicting emotions.

We can notice this well in such works as  Fixed or series of the female bodies in which we find busts or woman faces fragmented and held together by ropes and string.

The attempt is to reconstruct an identity shattered, or to contain an irrevocable epilogue that underlies a careful autonalisi’s own self.

The raw material is always the clay, with its malleability and adaptability, that technique is well suited to e represent the continuous evolutions of  the interiority.

The women’s bodies, here shaped into a bust of classical composure, are fragmented and, often, the pieces are held together by ropes and wires in order to represent the infinite and contradictory lacerations.

Atavistic symbol reveal a  symbolic language: golden snakes flowing on a woman’s body in order to evoke the most sinful of the unions or, in some sculptures, the color itself becomes the object of a true metamorphosis that, starting from the shade of color,  gives way to scales reptile … lust and sin are hereby confirmed as the oldest and sinful combination that has ever existed.

We would like to ask to Mieke some questions about her sculptures and poetry that pushes  artist  to create new works of art.

– About your artistic career: there was one particular moment or reason that led you to start?

Before I had an education in art, the academia, I made a study in physiotherapy. This study confronted me with mem, women and children with disabilities I never heard and seen. This made a deep impression on me , I never forgot.
After I failed the last exam I wanted to do something diffrent.  I was painting for a long time and I dicided to begin an education in art, becoming a art- teacher. But when I finnished there was no place at all at any school. Then I became mother and I stayed at home for 10 years, in the village we lived was nocreche. After that I wanted to workand to start I followed a new education, in  ceramics.

– In your works we find continually recalls to the feminine world. Could you explain what are the emotions that push you to the realization?

 The education in physiotherapy  was the direction of the interest of my later work, I could not loose what I saw in my first study.

That is why I am making  fragile women. Women, because I can immagine how it feels to be a woman. I hope I can feel the inner world of a woman. The fragility you can only create when you are building with clay, not when you are carving like a sculptor, building with peaces of clay is a big risk because the clay must be half dry and it breaks often.

– How do you combine your technique of pottery  with your poetry?

 For me it is challenge to make objects as thin and as great as passible without breaking the piece of clay. I like to use all kind of colours and structures, even sand and ashes. But I also use lace topress it in the clay, using my fantasy by working.

– Ceramic is a sculptural technique “per via di porre” as written by Leon Battista Alberti. Do you never experienced the creation through technical “per via di levare” ? Have you noticed any differences in your performance and poetry?

 You can make the skin of the clay more expressive when you are building instead of carving.

– A few months ago you held a solo exhibition in New York. How was your experience of European artists exhibiting in the Big Apple? Have you noticed any difference in the public or in relationships with collectors?

There is a great difference by exposing in New York or in Europe.
The gallery in N.Y. did not want the more difficult work, the work that was placed had to breath joy and fun and be too emotional charged, so some works were refused.

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Mieke Van den Hoogen Huijgen has focused on ceramics from 1987 to 1991 at the University of Maastricht.

Since February 1992 he founded his own studio in Elsloo and then moved to Nijmegen since 1997.

During her studies at the University of Maastricht her interest was focused particularly on ceramics and about the expressive possibilities of the small fragment, where thanks to the lessons of Desiré Tonnaer (Maastricht) and Piet Hermans (Venray) she examined its  potential, especially in monumental objects.

She write about her works: a woman’s body fascinates me not because it represents an ideal of beauty, but rather because it is a representation of a body that is experienced, whose emotions are read in the way of presenting itself to the spectator.

What I want to express in my work is the asymmetric. This is why my sculptures are made of clay and the contents are expressed in fragmentary form “.

Mieke also realizes works similar to vessels, made according to ancient Indian techniques, they are sometimes painted with the help of the airbrush and sometimes made with a silkscreen decoration. These works represent all the artist’s creative freedom and joy that experimented freely for the sake of creating new forms and color gradients.

Elisa Larese


spazio105_009.jpgMIEKE VAN DEN HOOGEN – HUIJGEN focused her training on ceramics from 1987 to 1991 at the University of Maastricht.

Since February 1992 he founded his own studio in Elsloo and then moved to Nijmegen since 1997.

During her studies at the University of Maastricht her interest was focused particularly on ceramics and about the expressive possibilities of the small fragment, where thanks to the lessons of Desiré Tonnaer (Maastricht) and Piet Hermans (Venray) she examined its  potential, especially in monumental objects.

She write about her works: a woman’s body fascinates me not because it represents an ideal of beauty, but rather because it is a representation of a body that is experienced, whose emotions are read in the way of presenting itself to the spectator.

What I want to express in my work is the asymmetric. This is why my sculptures are made of clay and the contents are expressed in fragmentary form “.

Mieke also realizes works similar to vessels, made according to ancient Indian techniques, they are sometimes painted with the help of the airbrush and sometimes made with a silkscreen decoration. These works represent all the artist’s creative freedom and joy that experimented freely for the sake of creating new forms and color gradients.

 

Lust for Art. Rassegna Artistica 2016

#LustforArt #Tablinum

Tablinum: continua la scelta programmatica di Tablinum di creare una rassegna tematica annuale dedicata agli eventi espositivi promossi da dipartimento curatoriale del nostro studio.

Dopo il fortunato successo di Art in Expo. Feed the World with Art che lo scorso anno ha fatto registrare un totale di 42.590 visitatori, che ci hanno seguito con entusiasmo nelle location ospiti della rassegna, dandoci un eccezionale supporto, quest’anno abbiamo deciso di guardare l’arte attraverso lo sguardo di chi la ama e la colleziona spinto da una grande passione.

L’arte è stata un fattore essenziale allo sviluppo della nostra società  e la passione è stata il suo motore.

“Se c’è sulla terra e fra tutti i nulla qualcosa da adorare, se esiste qualcosa di santo, di puro, di sublime, qualcosa che assecondi questo smisurato desiderio dell’infinito e del vago che chiamano anima, questa è l’arte” scriveva Gustave Flaubert ed ecco perché vogliamo celebrarla attraverso le opere di una selezionata rosa di artisti contemporanei provenienti da più nazioni europee e lo vogliamo fare guidati dal sentimento di passione che essa instaura in noi.

In un secolo in cui la cultura, e quindi anche l’arte che ne costituisce la linfa vitale, viene troppo spesso messa da parte o piegata a logiche avulse, è bene soffermarsi sulla sensibilizzazione nei confronti di essa.

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Arte e godimento estetico: arte come potere  di risvegliare il potenziale spirituale che  giace dormiente all’interno di ogni  individuo. 

Arte che suscita desiderio, stimola il nostro senso estetico e la nostra brama di possesso. La percezione racchiude in sé e implica nel suo atto non solo il vedere le cose, ma sentire in sé il rielaborare dei sentimenti.

Con questa rassegna ci apprestiamo a indagare il meccanismo estetico che l’arte innesca in noi passando attraverso tutte le nostre percezioni. L’arte penetra prima dallo sguardo per raggiungere poi nella sua completezza la nostra riflessione e il nostro godimento estetico. 

La libido artistica è energia psichica e creativa che ha come luogo fisico la mente, il cervello: la creatività è costituita da un puzzle i cui tasselli sono linguaggio e percezione.

Vi invitiamo a riscoprire voi stessi attraverso l’arte e il suo linguaggio universale.

Elisa Larese

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PROGRAMMA:

Ad Infinitum

Giorgio Tardonato – Pierre Kuentz

officinacento5, Como, 07.05.2016 – 15.05.2016

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Human Symphony

Joakim Hansén

Villa Carlotta, Tremezzina (co), 01.07.2016 / 17.07.2016

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#LustforArt #JoakimHansen #Tablinum




 In Itinere

Maria Mouriadou

Villa Carlotta, Tremezzina (co), 01.07.2016 /17.07.2016

#LustforArt #MariaMouriadou #Tablinum

#LustforArt #MariaMouriadou #Tablinum


 Ars Naturans

Teresa Condito

Villa Carlotta, Tremezzina (co), 23.07.2016 / 03.08.2016

#LustforArt #TeresaCondito #Tablinum

#LustforArt #TeresaCondito #Tablinum


Essentia

Monique Laville

Villa Carlotta, Tremezzina (co), 16.09.2016 / 30.09.2016

#LustforArt #MoniqueLaville #Tablinum

#LustforArt #MoniqueLaville #Tablinum


 Inner Asymmetries

Mieke Van den Hoogen

Villa Carlotta, Tremezzina (co), 16.09.2016 / 30.09.2016

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#LustforArt #MiekeVanDenHoogen #Tablinum


Le Cinque Anime della Scultura. IIIa Edizione

officinacento5, Como, 8.10.2016 / 22.10.2016

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THE INNER ASYMMETRIES OF MIEKE VAN DEN HOOGEN

Tablinum: after having admired the works of Mieke van de Hoogen during the last exhibition at officinacento5 in Como, we like to give you an enlightening conversation with the artist to find out more about her work of art: in her work, images of women take an important place. In these images, she strives for a combination of naturalistic elements, abstracted forms and emotions. A female body does not interest her as it represents an ideal of beauty, but it is a representation of a body, a body which is lived, which can be read emotions in the image.

She tell us about her use of images: “The image is not an empty vessel, the body is no shell. In this shard I give it inward again, as thin as possible, fragile. In addition to images of women I make ceramic objects. In these objects, I lost my imagination. They are made f or the enjoyment of form. I also make pots, built according to ancient Indian techniques, sometimes with a silkscreen decoration, sometimes reduced fired. By reducing the work undergoes hypoxic changing color: green copper is copper red. The expression and the joy that I have put in the pot, there is hardly a tool. In addition, I also make bowls, vases and plates, which are usually meant to be used”.

Mieke Van De Hoogen

Do you think there is a material or a technique in which it is easier to express yourself?

There is not a material to express myself easier than clay, because it’s a soft material in which you can work very Nice.

What triggers you during the creative process?
The trigger is that mostly I make large work about 1 meter high, and when I am working on the top of the statue it already dry on the bottom and then it easely breaks. When the big vases are in the knill  it’ ‘s important to control the temperature constantly, because when the temperature is highering too fast, or lowering too fast the sculpturen will collaps.

What are the sensations that you feel during the processing of your sculptures?

When I am busy with making the sculpture I am fully concentrated and I forget all about me, time, to eat, ect.

A question to which all the artists always respond reluctantly, but in the end it is natural to

ask: who inspires you or at least what is the artistic figure who most influenced the way you

express yourself with the language of sculpture?

The artist who inspires me most is Giacometti

How is the world seen through the eyes of a sculptor?

When I am looking around I am always looking to people to see how beuatifull or how ugly they are. Something of this I want to express in my sculptures.

What are the main qualities that do you think should have a sculptor?

The quality is patience, because  it’s a long way from clay to a statue or a sculpture.

How long does it take to make a sculpture? What are the main steps?

First of all, I have to prepare the clay, coloring it, then it has to dry about a week. Then a can start to make something . Every day  I have to bild a small part on the statue or sculpture. The clay may not break or splitt up during the process.  When the work is finished it has to dry for a week or two, it has to be baked in the knill, first time till 950 degrees, than I have to glaze it and for the second time I have to bake it till 1050 degrees.

A work of art could be also a confession. What do you want to confess?

My work is not a confession, I enjoi it very much, it’s a plessure.

What is an important memory that you carry with you and that makes you always move?

During the work and looking around yourself you see the differences in form and people  and that always inspires me.

How do you feel to exhibit your sculptures together with those of four other international

artists?
I like to meet other artists on an international podium, and I hope people like my work.

I know that is a difficult question: what is the work that most represents you?

The work that represents me most are the body’ ‘s of women.

What do you think about the future of art, particularly about sculpture?
More young people are painting nowadays, and the handwork  of ceramics is losing ground.

What will be your next challenge for your professional artistic career?                                       The next step in my Career is an exhibition in New York in June 2016.

Elisa Larese