In various artistic expressions, work effort has been traditionally related to social protests, especially from late nineteenth century on, the prevailing emphasis being put on the sense of the limit, on frustrations, on the exploitation and weariness of the workers.
On the contrary in the first half of the twentieth century, the mocking image of pride and virtue of labour in art compositions was instrumental to political propaganda, typical of dictatorial governments.
Far away from either a politicized or a overly sociological point of view, the group exhibition JOB MOVES becomes a place of artistic reflection, exchange, and experimentation on the theme of labour in the present time, a period that pushes us to be dynamic, to get completely involved and to explore our limits, turning them into growth opportunities and desires fulfilment.
For us, the art is an adventure to an unknown world which can be explored only by those willing to
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