The third edition of the festival was held from 07 June to 10 June 2018, the festival that has now become a regular appointment and that in this year's edition will see the succession of multiple events and initiatives related to street art. four artists who will leave their mark on the walls of Civita. During the realization of the works you can participate in various initiatives such as tour of the walls, concerts, workshops and, as in the previous edition, you can taste the local specialties during the event dedicated to Street Food.
MP5 has published illustrations on weekly newspapers and magazines such as Le Monde Diplomatique, Internazionale, Linus, Il Male, Il Mucchio and for publishing houses such as Laterza, the Spanish Norma editorial, the French La Boite à boulle, the German Schreiber & Leser. events (among the latest works for “Non Una di Meno”) and for International Dance and Theatre Festival . Her large-scale mural art works are spread across Europe: Spain, France, Germany, Italy, Croatia, Slovenia and Sweden. Her works and installations have been exhibited in national and international festivals and museums such as the XII Biennial of Young Artists from Europe and the Mediterranean, the Palazzo Grassi Theater in Venice, Roubaix's La Condition Publique, the Theater National in Brussels, the Triennale di Milano and the Macro di Roma. In 2013 he represented Italy for the La Tour 13 project in Paris and in 2016 he held her first Italian solo exhibition at the Wunderkammern gallery in Rome. She also collaborated at the Lazarides Gallery in London with the designer and gallery Agnes B and with the director Abel Ferrara. She also created, in collaboration with the musician and composer Teho Teardo, the animation and music show Phantasmagorica, presented in various festivals in Europe.
In 2016 his mural The Root of Evil was chosen by Widewalls, one of the most recognized street art communities, as one of the 20 most beautiful murals in the world. Her works have been reviewed on numerous publications including Internazionale, Vogue Italia, la Repubblica, D donna, Cosmopolitan China, Juxtapoz, Rolling Stone Italia, Wooster Collective.MP5 has published three books: Changes (ed. GRRRzetic 2016), Palindromi ( ed. GRRRzetic 2012) and Acqua storta (from the book by LRCarrino, ed. Meridiano Zero 2010, also published in Germany under the name "Der Frevel am Altar der Heiligen Klara"), for which she won the prize for best Italian designer at Napoli Comicon.
By deleting the shape and using the square geometric form as a pure expression of the single color : the color is the central element of the work. Each color is capable of creating a new and different emotion related to the context and based on their arrangement, geometry and interactions, different possibilities of sensorial emotions are generated in both urban and not urban space.
In 2013, it participates in Art Basel Miami at the Meridiani USA showroom. Restyling the image of the company with tapestries and wallpainting.
In December 2014 in Campidarte in Sardinia he works for "Landscape Norms", a solo exhibition between nature and architecture, central themes underlined in the study of the abandoned landscape developed in Salento in summer 2015. In winter 2015 he designed a new urban park area at the Ex Dogana in Rome with the creation of a site specific basketball court for the neighborhood. At the same place in the spring 2016 , Alberonero was present in "Roma Arte Aperta" collective exhibition alongside great masters such as Alighiero Boetti, Sol LeWitt, Jannis Kounellis and others.
In summer 2016, his personal research was focused on the man-landscape relationship with the "Tre Colli" project in Catanzaro for “Altrove”.
In Autumn, Alberonero created a marble work installation in front of the iconic Arena di Verona, symbol of the city. His Architectural research continued during 2017 with the large-scale art projects for Farm Cultural park, cultural center in Favara, Sicily . And in Sicily ,during that Autumn , he created a solo exhibition in Catania about the perceptions of the landscape on the Etna volcano area .
At the end of 2017 he worked in Buenos Aires for the Barracas neighborhood.
His multidisciplinary attitude led him to take a documentary approach that evolves towards the Nomadic Experiment project, a series of international exhibitions and a ten-year digital archive focused on countercultures, communities, points of view and experiments all over the world. His work and social commitment, in a constant dialogue between the urban topography and mainly shape of murals: among his most exemplary projects are those made in Los Angeles, Miami, Sao Paulo, Milan, Rome, Detroit, Chicago, Ulan Bator, New York, Atlanta, Kiev.
Always on the wave of a career that leads him to respond to the calls of various artistic institutions and fairs around the world, he took part in various public art festivals such as O.BRA, Living Walls, ALTrove, Art United Us, Artmossphere Biennale, Walk & Talk, Corridor of Wabash Arts, Outdoor, Mural, Traffic Design, Painted the Desert Project. His art and his process are used as an investigative attitude between an single person who has absorbed a series of principles from classical art and the application of them in a contemporary setting. He participated at many solo exhibitions, including The Machine, at the Lissone Museum of Contemporary Art, On the verge of disaster at the Wunderkammern Gallery in Rome, See You On The Other Side and Anatomy of Restlessness at the Soze Gallery in Los Angeles, Freedom of Choice at the Celaya Brothers Gallery in Mexico City.
By using an approach that can be both primitive and sophisticated, the repetition of the searching and evaluation work is underlined by the sensitivity of 2501 to the relationship of the demanding details of the surface and of the applicant. Equally remarkable are the installations created in the open air, empty spaces and established structures or abandoned buildings. The symbiotic connection between “positive “and “negative” space is always present , because each element swaps his own meaning back and forth.
Brus began to paint walls in 2001 and since then has never stopped traveling the world with his art. His style originates from old school New York graffiti, but with his personal touch he always experiments with new things.
Brus writes in all ways: from graffiti to calligraphy and with different tools from spray to brush and ink. For him, graffiti is a way of life
The exhibit consists of who photo-posters with portraits of the protagonists of the editions of the Cvtà Street Fest, caught in their creative and artistic activities.
The exhibition will focus on their hands, as the supreme ability to generate infinite realities, a tangible representation of efficiency and necessary industriousness for survival, always skilled in creating and destroying and tools for plastic and expressive enrichment of every material and surface.
Artistic direction: Alice Pasquini
Artists management: Jessica Stewart
Organization and management: Ylenia Carelli, Barbara Manuele, Luciana Di Paolo, Pina De Marinis
Press office: Elisabetta Castiglioni
Photography: Alessia Di Risio, Alessandro Tricarico, Ian Cox, Pierdo Fumarola
Video: Cortò Factory Image
Artists: MP5, Alberonero, 2501, Brus, Napal, UNO
Guest Star: Chef Rubio
Il comune di Civitacampomarano, La Proloco "Vincenzo Cuoco" and all the volunteers