EUROMOBIL UNDER 30 ARTEFIERA 2010 AWARD

EUROMOBIL UNDER 30 ARTEFIERA 2010 AWARD

Bologna Arte Fiera Art First, in January 2010. Rob Sherwood, English for 26 years, won the fourth edition of Premio Euromobil group under 30. The award was created in 2007 at the behest of the Brothers Lucchetta, owners of Euromobil Group, a world leader in the production of systems and furnishing accessories for over twenty years important supporter of events related to modern and contemporary art in Italy and all ' abroad. The artist who drew more than any other the attention of the jury Artefiera Art First presented by Federica Schiavo Gallery. Rob Sherwood was born in Bristol (England) in 1984 and completed a year studying art at the Chelsea College of Art and Design in London. He has already been nominated for the "Jerwood Contemporary painters" 2009, and won the "Saatchi Gallery / Channel 4's his works are already part of important private collections. After four years of exhibiting in London, Sherwood arrives for the first time in Italy, presenting his way of face painting. The rules of the award, which is of course open to any expressive language provides that recognition is awarded to an artist under 30, Italian or foreign, present his works to Artefiera. Twenty-nine were requests for participation received by the Secretariat by international galleries presented artists strictly under the age of 30, for a total of over forty works viewed by the jury consisting of Gaspare, Antonio, Fiorenzo and Giancarlo Lucchetta, owners of the Group Euromobil and collectors art, Silvia Evangelisti, director of Arte Fiera Art First, Beatrice Buscaroli and WalterGuadagnini, art critics, Aldo Colonnetti, Scientific Director IED, Cleto Munari, designer. Secretary of the Jury Architect Roberto Gobbo. The Jury has the motivation to choose the work of Rob Sherwood entitled "Untitled": "For originatlità of research that can sovraporre modularity source geometry surfaces reminiscent of atmospheres to abstract painting more traditional. Combining these two elements, apparently conflicting, gives the painting a striking depth and a mysterious light. "