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Echoes of Human Touch: Fragments Unveiled

Alessandro Berni Gallery’s "Echoes of Human Touch: Fragments Unveiled" group show is a celebration of human emotion and connection through the diverse perspectives of five artists: Camilla Ancillotto, Buy The Dip, Denise H. Cooperman, Lauralee Franco, and John Grande.

Hailing from Rome, Camilla Ancillotto brings her unique perspective to the exhibition. With an MFA from the New York Academy of Art, Ancillotto's work is celebrated for its intricate compositions and captivating narratives. Her steel-frame Ab Ovo sculptures, showcased at the Museo Carlo Bilotti, demonstrate her ability to encapsulate childhood memories within her art.

Buy The Dip presents a thought-provoking exploration of art and technology. Through a poignant reflection on the intersection of humanity and artificial intelligence, Buy The Dip challenges conventional notions of artistic creation. His non-works serve as a testament to the enduring vitality of human expression amidst technological advancement.

Denise H. Cooperman's artistic journey spans over three decades, blending her roles as both artist and interior designer. With a diverse portfolio influenced by experiences from Aspen to Philadelphia, Cooperman's work reflects her deep-rooted passion for the arts and commitment to creativity and innovation.

With a decade of teaching art in the Bronx under her belt, Lauralee Franco, a painter and educator, aims at initiating dialogue with the viewer. Her paintings offer a glimpse into her evolving artistic journey, shaped by her personal experiences and interactions.

John Grande's artwork transcends traditional boundaries, drawing inspiration from modern and contemporary culture. Through his constructed paintings, sculptures, and murals, Grande explores a diverse range of subjects, offering a captivating commentary on society that is steeped in tradition yet infused with modernity.

"Echoes of Human Touch: Fragments Unveiled" has promised to be a thought-provoking exploration of human emotion and connection through the medium of art. 

For a glimpse of this exhibition and participating artists, please visit the virtual show on Artsy:

Address: 520 W 24th St, New York, NY 10011

Open until April 27th, 2024


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