At this edition of the BOOMing Contemporary Art Show, we participated with our artistic proposals in a visually striking booth,
but we didn’t stop there…
We took part as speakers in an engaging talk featuring various experts on one of the most current topics:
“Artificial Intelligence in Contemporary Art: a tool for interpreting market evaluations.”
The panel, moderated by Elisabetta Roncati, journalist and influencer, featured the participation of Piero Italo Carli, Head of Arte Generali Italia, Curator and Gallerist Sandie Zanini, Lawyer Lavinia Savini, and Lawyer Luca Guidobaldi.
The discussion highlighted the role of AI as a tool for evaluating the art market and as creative support. Emphasizing that artificial intelligence cannot replace humans. The debate also addressed issues related to copyright and international legislation.
You can watch the live stream of the discussion at the following link.
We didn’t stop there… there was also an artistic live performance.
Simona Gavioli, the fair’s Director, and curator Sandie Zanini conducted a provocative performance in our Zanini Arte booth. In this exhibition, they vandalized a canvas by the artist Andrea Crespi. An act that want to provoke reflection on an increasingly popular gesture.
“STOP VANDALIZING ART” asserts a critical stance that the end does not justify the means.
A previous work by the artist already stated:
“Vandalizing art will not save the world.“
With a Campbell Soup can, they echoed the environmentalists, staining the canvas by Andrea Crespi featuring Andy Warhol. This piece is part of the latest artistic cycle, Sacred Monsters, celebrating the most iconic figures that have left their mark on the history of contemporary art.