COMEL award 2018 contemporary art

Armonie in Alluminio Premio COMEL 2018 banner

Strong emotions in the acoustic performance for solo accordion, immersed in the artistic works, realized through the creative use of aluminum, on the occasion of the award ceremony of the international contemporary art award Comel 2018.

Marco Lo Russo renews his desire to enhance art and culture through his Made in Italy projects, including Artematic.

Marco Lo Russo Maria Gabriella Mazzola

Marco Lo Russo and Maria Gabriella Mazzola

The 13 finalists of the COMEL Award 2018 was: Yinon Avior (Israel – Denmark, Copenhagen), sculpture; Maryam Baniasad (Iran – Italy, Milan), sculpture; Marco Cavalieri (Italy, Rome), sculpture; Laura De Lorenzo (Italy, Rome), sculpture; Lino Di Vinci (Italy, Genoa), painting; Sergey Filatov (Russia, Moscow), sculpture; Monika Kosior (Poland – Italy, Rome), sculpture; Marsel Aion Lesko (Albania – Italy, Rome), sculpture; Gisella Meo (Italy, Rome), sculpture; Carmelo Minardi (Italy, Catania), sculpture; Boryana Petkova (Bulgaria – France, Paris), painting; Simon Van Parys (Belgium, City of Ghent), painting; Federica Zianni (Italy, Milan), sculpture.

Winner was the russian Sergey Filatov and the critics award to the Italian Carmelo Minardi.

Premio COMEL 2018 Armonie in Alluminio

The Armonie in Aluminum exhibition will be open to the public every day from 5.00 to 8.00 pm until Saturday 27 October, at the Spazio COMEL Arte Contemporanea in Via Neghelli 68, Latina, Italy. Free admission.


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