/A different kind of

The world we knew and lived in before is not the world we know and live in now. The past few months have significantly changed our perceptions, choices and attitude towards life while taking us on a rollercoaster of emotions that never seems to end. The lockdown forced us to open our eyes to an entirely new way of living, distant from the faces we see every day, from the familiar touch of the people we love. It created a reality that has now become a way of life. As necessary as it may be, this lockdown also made us hyperaware of those dark moments of loneliness, the only escape from which today’s reality is virtual.

This exhibition is a refreshing break from this monotonous routine of life at home. It is an opportunity for us to give our minds a creative experience and a way to revive our hope in all the beauty that the world beholds. The exhibition organized through collaboration with an architecture studio is a virtual experience that will be open to the public for 3 weeks starting July 7. It is a creative space that allows artists to showcase their artworks and musings virtually. The exhibition, with its realistic virtual set up that will enable you to walk in the gallery, look at the artworks in detail and participate in online meetings with artists, is as real as it can get.

I invite you to attend this beautiful medley of art exhibition, which will not just be a welcome break with everything that is going on but will also be a way to reinvigorate and uplift our spirit and energy.

DutyGorn

/A different kind of

Curator by Gianluca Ranzi

The virtual exhibition will be accessible from desktop or laptop by visiting multiversospazio.com from Tuesday, July 7 at 3pm until July 31.

It will be possible to buy the works displayed in the exhibition and some brushes from his collection. Part of the proceeds will be donated to the Laureus Italia Foundation.

Media Partner: e20express – ADC Group

virtual catching #stayhome

Our commitment is to stay at home to prevent the contagion. The challenge is to play with social responsibility #stayhome

You are invited to participate in the first #virtualcatching. The hunt is virtual follow @dutygorn‘s stories and posts

Find the location and send a message to @dutygorn, the first one to guess the exact location will win, the brushes is real and will be sent


Rules:
– Stay at home
– It’s a virtual hunting
– Follow the posts of @dutygorn and @_artogether
– Identify the place
– Send a message
– The fastest wins
– The brush is real
– The winner will receive it at home

 

Power by Artogether

Rear window – March 2020

This piece of my work exemplifies the unpredictable nature of the lives we live and how we can find beauty and hope in them. With the new outbreak taking place throughout the world, and some areas are more affected than others, our greatest challenge is how we deal with these circumstances and withstand this storm. This contagion has put our whole country on its knees, and we had no choice but to stay in our homes.

 

The yellow and red strokes used to paint the building symbolize the transformation into prisons of our beautiful houses that we cannot escape even if we want to. The artwork as a whole symbolizes the fact that we are trapped in our homes, looking feverishly at the world outside the limits of our walls to see what is happening.

The eye that stares at the residents reflects sadness, despair, and helplessness about its current state of confinement. However, it still has the resilience and patience to look to the future and wait for events to change for the better.

“Rear window” by dutygorn
Markers on canvas
20x30cm – March 2020

Future Futurism by DutyGorn @ Merbag Milano

This artwork encapsulates the bewitching beauty of Milan, a city that boasts of beautiful architecture. One of the most significant artworks ever made with canvases set to overlap each other, the three dimensional built of the painting adds visual perception and details that signify the diverse and meaningful experiences that the city has to offer to one and all.

The myriad of bright yellow, red, pink and blue hues playing around with each other, running across the layers in variant shapes to create a picturesque city view are symbolic of the constant evolution and change that has been an essential part of the history of Milan.

Future Futurism by DutyGorn
Acrylic, spray and markers on different layers of canvas
507×375 cm
2020

Mercedes-Benz Merbag SpA
Via Daimler 1 – Milano
www.merbag.it