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Mindfulness Exhibition

Hoxton 253 Gallery
253 Hoxton Street
N1 5LG

11th to 17th October 2019

The Mindfulness exhibition, made by Nartwork association, will take place from 11th to 17th of October 2019 in the prestigious Gallery Hoxton 253 in London.

The exhibition challenges the artists to break down the walls of fears, illusions, superficiality to arrive at the essence of reality, to appreciate and appreciate it as it is here and now.

The groups’ exhibition welcomes artists from 11 countries and has the Patronage of Madre Museum (Museum of contemporary art of Naples), Regione Campania, Suor Orsola Benicasa University and Fondazione Valenzi.

The opening is due on Friday 11th October at 6 pm and it will be followed by a buffet of a great welcome. The exhibition is open from 11th to 17th of October at the following hours: 12 am to 6 pm. Free entry

Art Curators: Rossella Bellan, Giulia Mazzilli  and Antonietta Panico.

Artists:  Constantin Apostol – Lotsopa (Romania), Claudio Barbugli (Italy), Franco Bulfarini (Italy), Caterina Caldora (Italy), Stevan Cigaridov (Macedonia), Alina  Ciuciu (Italy), Paul      Delannée (France), Daniela   Delle Fratte “DiDiF” (Italy), Anna Di Maria (Italy), Eivor  Ewalds (Finland), Mario Formica (Italy), Waltraud Gemein (Germany), Monika Hartl  (Austria), Pia Kintrup    (Germany), Rada Koleva-Genova (Bulgaria), Erich Kovar (Austria), Benita Martin (Germany), Marta Melniczuk (Germany), Benita       Merkle (Germany), Attila  Olasz (Hungary), Maria Rita Onofri (Italy), Britta Ortiz (Denmark), Marco Randazzo (Italy), Alessio Serpetti (Italy), Elin Steffensen (Denmark), Erna Ucar (Turkey).

Mindfulness concept

For Jon Kabat-Zinn, Mindfulness means -to care attention, but in a particular way “with intention, in the present, not in a judgmental manner”. To cultivate a full presence in the experience of the moment, a way to being in full, to go to the depths of things and into themselves here and now. An antidote to modern fears, fear of encountering reality in an increasingly digital way in which we become uninhabited to be here and now, always connected with another place and time, where you feel the need to show yourself continuously through social media but unfortunately just in a superficial way.

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