"Mise En Boite" Collettiva Internazionale
dedicata a Christine Anne Tarantino, 1948-2012
- The International Collective dedicated to Anne Christine Tarantino
- (My soul is a poem in bloom, presentation of Douglas Dawson)
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I MESSAGGERI DEL TEMPO
Poema visivo di Giovanni Bonanno
dedicato a Christine A. Tarantino
la vita è fatta di incubi
e di strane certezze,
e di profonde cadute,
in cui il tempo passato
svanisce veloce all’orizzonte
e macchia una intera stagione.
cavalcano orgogliosi il vento
e non si accorgono
che le orme del passato
marciscono ataviche all’intemperie.
Sono cadaveri nati dal nulla
che lasciano bave mucose
e tracce di fuoco rappreso
sopra vecchie lastre di pietra abbandonate.
Vivere è svelare gli strani intrecci
tra la provvisorietà
e l’inconsistenza di un momento.
è ancora più sfuggente,
ha la leggerezza dell’apparire
in un succedersi di strani
eventi in divenire.
Solo i profeti
e sanno trasformare i dubbi
in arcane memorie private.
Lasciati uscire ancora un sorriso
che possa diventare certezza
per chi vorrà carpire qualcosa di più
di ciò che eravamo e siamo diventati.
© Giovanni Bonanno 2013
THE MESSENGERS OF TIME
Visual poem of Giovanni Bonanno
dedicated to Christine Tarantino
Life is made of nightmares
and strange certainties,
and deep falls,
in which the time spent
fades fast horizon
and stain an entire season.
proud ride the wind
and do not notice
that the footsteps of the past
atavistic at weather..
Corpses are born from nothing
that leave burrs mucous
and traces of fire congealed
above old abandoned stone slabs.
To live is to unravel the strange twists
between the provisional
and the inconsistency of a moment.
The last hour,
is even more elusive,
has the lightness of appearance
in a succession of strange
events in the making.
Only the prophets
share the darkness,
and know how to transform the doubts
in arcane private memories.
Left out again a smile
it can become certainty
for those who want to steal something more
of what we were and we have become.
© Giovanni Bonanno 2013
MISE EN BOITE, Christine Anne Tarantino (1948 - 2012)
International group exhibition opens Sunday, December 7, 2014, at 18.00, entitled: "MISE EN BOITE / Almost a collective work" by Giovanni Bonanno, that Space Ophen Virtual Art Gallery of Salerno dedicated artist Christine Anne Tarantino exactly two years after his death (7 December 2012). There are 87 works by as many important international authors who wanted to be present at this special occasion the American artist.
Exactly two years after the death of the American artist (7 December 2012), is organized the first international collective dedicated to her friends with the participation of several international artists that had long been in contact. Anne Christine Tarantino was born in the Bronx December 3, 1948, His family soon moved to Framingham Massachusetts. He attended Fitchburg State College. Christine has chosen to live a life in contact with nature led by an essentially spiritual. The American artist has strongly believed in the transformative power of words, spoken and written. In view of what has created works for several decades "Fluxus" between image and word, between objectivity and visual poetry; a sort of cross between writing and collage with organic materials found, and above all, active participation in many international projects in a global art network in which art is expressed through participation and choral collective of artists, creating interesting works in unique editions , artist's books and other written texts. His performances in art consisted of artistic events and actions often in contact with nature. Only in 2012, before his death, Christine has been present in several important exhibitions in Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Ireland, Nepal, and the United States. The solitude and natural beauty of his farm in Wendell inspired his creativity and respect of nature. He loved to walk in the Quabbin and driving through the Berkshires, especially to go to art museums in North Adams and Williamstown. Christine Tarantino Wendell, (Massachusetts), only 64 years passed away December 7, 2012 at Hospice of the Fisher House in North Amherst, Massachusetts.
For this particular occasion there are 87 artists with more than 135 works and several poems by various authors dedicated to Anne Christine Tarantino and a critical presentation titled (My soul is a poem in bloom) friend Douglas Dawson.
Artists participating in this International Review: Christine Anne Tarantino, Anna Boschi, Paolo Scirpa, Ruggero Maggi, C. Mehrl Bennett, Simon Warren, Clemente Padin, Giovanni Bonanno, Carlo Iacomucci, Bruno Cassaglia, Daniel Daligand, Pier Roberto Bassi, Lamberto Pignotti, Stathis Chrissicopulos, Marcello Diotallevi, Fernanda Fedi, Eugenio Giannì, Alfonso Caccavale, Luc Fierens, Mauro Molinari, Rosa Gravino, Marina Salmaso, Lancillotto Bellini, Tomaso Binga, Roland Halbritter, Paolo Carnevale, Rolando Zucchini, Fulgor C. Silvi, Fernando Andolcetti, Emilio Morandi, Carl Baker, Claudio Parentela, Guido Capuano, Claudio Grandinetti, Giancarlo Pucci, Mabi Col, Antonio Sassu, Maurizio Follin, Carmela Corsitto, Adolfina De Stefani, G. Franco Brambati, Claudio Romeo, Gino Gini, Gianni Romeo, Giovanni Fontana, I Santini Del Prete, Ernesto Terlizzi, Roberto Scala, Jacob de Chirico, Francesco Mandrino, Mario Manzoni Sala, Vittore Baroni, Luisa Bergamini, Virginia Milici, Fernando Aquiar, Walter Festuccia, Rosanna Veronesi, Buz Blurr, Mariano Bellarosa, Fausto Paci, Angela Caporaso, Renata e Giovanni Strada, Salvatore Starace, Elisa Battistella, Lamberto Caravita, Pierpaolo Limongelli, Patrizia Battaglia, Domenico Severino, Antonio Baglivo, Pasquale Riccardi, Domenico Ferrara Foria, M. P. Fanna Roncoroni, Francesco Aprile, Marta Caccaro, Piero Barducci, Serse Luigetti, Roberto Zito, Gabriella Gallo, Maria Teresa Cazzaro, Miguel Zavarof, Rosa Biagi, Silvana Alliri, Jan Theuninck, Carolina Bsquets, Lorenzo Cleffi, anonymous artist, Connie Jean.