Coronavirus is not just a health emergency, it's also a social emergency: the pandemic that has blocked the world economy jeopardizes many people and families, who today are struggling to face the most basic needs, from food to home. With the Poster Quotidiano project, realized thanks to Casa Testori and the Giuseppe Iannaccone Collection, 26 artists are helping out those who are in difficulty. It started from an idea of Iva Lulashi, Adrian Paci and Fabio Roncato, the initiative put a poster-sized work up for sale by all the artists involved, to support the Fondazione Progetto Arca Onlus which in Milan, Rome and Naples provides assistance to homeless and recently launched a support program for many families in need.
These are the artists who joined the project: Alessandro Agudio, Giulia Andreani, Stefano Arienti, Filippo Berta, Thomas Braida, Nina Carini, Linda Carrara, Andrea Cerruto, Paolo Ciregia, Vanni Cuoghi, Matteo Fato, Giovanni Frangi, Emilio Isgrò, Giovanni Iudice, Massimo Kaufmann, Beatrice Marchi, Elena Mocchetti, Davide Monaldi, Ruben Montini, David Reimondo, Alessandro Sambini, Hermanos Santiago, Marinella Senatore.
A special thanks goes to Art Defender, to Lara Facco P&C, to MediaRevolution.it, to MGV Communication, to Nembrini Collection and all of those who wanted to keep the anonymity.
Category Visual Arts
Where Milan, Italy
Team Rischa Paterlini, Giuseppe Frangi, Adrian Paci, Iva Lulashi, Fabio Roncato