There is a place in Milan that promotes and supports the culture of sustainable practices, which are increasingly necessary and indispensable, even in view of the recent ranking that sees the Lombard capital as the third most polluted city in the world. The space is called INTO, is located at Via Apelle 4, in the Gorla area, and is a social project in which creativity is celebrated above all by supporting art in its most urban and independent forms. The latest art project is Vento di Cambiamenti, an exhibition created in collaboration with LocalMilano and opened on March 19, 2023. The exhibition, which can be visited until April 7, was created as a result of a call for artists, who were asked to represent their idea of change, what they live and what we live.
There are 20 illustrators selected: Alberto Casagrande, Alessandro Baronciani, Chiole, Ciro Trezzi, Daniele Morganti, Fè – Federica Sutti, F. Futura Malanca, Giacomo Angello Modica, Gloria Pizzilli, La Fille Bertha, Luca D’Urbino, Luca Di Maggio, Marco Meloni, Diari di Brodo, Martoz, Nico189, Paolo D’Altan, Serena Gianoli, Simone Pagano and Vitomanoloroma.
They all propose colorful works with heterogeneous styles that show different declinations of the concept of change, addressing the current situation of our planet, sometimes with irony as in Chiole‘s cartoons where he reads The world goes to whores, other times dramatically as in Gloria Pizzilli‘s illustration And while everyone is sleeping, I want to wake up.