The Art during Covid-19 This Manifesto is the result of a reflection around Francesco Arecco’s call for Art Seeds, an artistic project conceived at the beginning of the Covid-19 emergency, that spoke to artists, intellectuals and art curator aiming to stimulate the realization of creative contributes, that could transform the uncertain
L'Arte durante il Covid-19 Questo Manifesto nasce dalla riflessione intorno al bando di Francesco Arecco per Art Seeds, un progetto artistico concepito all'inizio dell'emergenza Covid-19 diretto ad artisti, intellettuali e curatori con l'obiettivo di stimolare la produzione di contributi creativi, in grado di trasformare il presente incerto in un periodo culturalmente significativo. Francesco Arecco
“From style guides for Coca-cola, book design in the 16th century, or the hand written origins of some of the world's most famed fonts, the Archive collects, preserves, and tells the story of the importance and fascination with letters” —Juxtapoz I found out about the Letterform Archive during my flight back from
Ok, I want to make an essential introduction: to appreciate David Mithra's work you need to unearth the Dada spirit from your subconscious; everyone has got one. It manifests in the attraction for the “horrid”, in the instinct to voyeurism, it comes alive in the veins of narcissism that pulsate, occasionally.
My heart jumped, I thrust open my eyes and a voice in my mind shouted “It is not possible!”. It wasn't a tragedy, it was Love at first sight, a feeling similar to the one you can experience watching the