Once again this year, Fieracavalli is home to a good many initiatives dedicated to art: a section of Hall 8 will in fact be transformed into a small gallery where visitors will be able to admire - between one show jumping event and the next - the works of Federica Crestani.
This young architect from San Bonifacio (Verona) presents a fascinating collection of works where oil painting and metal wire sculpture come together to give life to a deep equestrian allegory. Her horses do not merely seek to capture beauty and dynamism but also present psychological portraits of the people who love them.
The artistic research carried forward by Federica - co-founder of Arar Atelier, a project combining art, architecture, furniture and design - takes liberal inspiration from German Romanticism. Her work involves developing - through the strength and movement of horses - those impulses that give rise in people to constant focus on immensity and infinity.
Everyone is welcome then in Hall 8 to discover these magnificent wireframe sculptures that emerge from the pictorial background almost as if inviting you to touch the painting, arousing that sense of wonder that only nature can inspire.