Horses are the protagonists of many works of art and have always been a symbol of freedom and instinct thanks to their strength and wild spirit.
The 119th edition of Fieracavalli will be a perfect opportunity for an even deeper understanding of the ancient relationship binding people and horses.
There are two not-to-be-missed artistic initiatives in the programme. In collaboration with the Giorgio Ghelfi Gallery, Fieracavalli dedicates the first monograph to the sculptur Nag Arnoldi, creator of the bronze horse at the entrance of the fair that become the symbol of the event: il Cavallone.
Distributed in 5,000 copies during the event, the publication wants to be a tribute to the Ticinese artist who disappeared last February and has devoted much of his work to the study of the horse. The other unmissable appointment is in Hall 8 (Pala BMW), which is home to the exhibition of contemporary art Equinox. A videoart exhibition coordinated by Rebecca Russo, the founder of Videoinsight Art Science Foundation® in Turin involves six international artists who took inspiration from the noble animal to focus on a number of topics dealing with freedom, cultural integration and humanity.
Fieracavalli will ensure unique experiences that enhance life with new perspectives to help strengthen the bond between people and horses.