ART COMES ON THE FIELD ALONGSIDE THE INTEGRATION HEROES CAPTAINED BY SAMUEL ETO’O, FOR THE FOUNDATION OF THE CAMEROON CHAMPION AND SLUMS DUNK BY BRUNO CERELLA AND TOMMASO MARINO
Integration Heroes Matchthe charity meeting scheduled for Monday 23 May at the Meazza Stadium, organized by Samuel Eto’o, will be an opportunity to see or review well-known faces from the present and past history of great football such as Francesco Totti, Javier Zanetti Andrea Pirlo, Filippo Inzaghi, Clarence Seedorf, Andriy Shevchenko, Paulo Dybala, Júlio César and Maicon.
Part of the proceeds from the event will be donated to two associations. One is the Samuel Eto’o Foundation, which has conducted a series of projects related to the education, education, cooperation and development of children in Cameroon, using football as a social tool (hosteum.com/etoo/a_index.html). The second is Slums Dunk by Bruno Cerella and Tommaso Marino, the first Argentine basketball player in the Reyer Venezia Mestre, the second player of the Legnano Basket Knights. The association was created to improve the living conditions of young people and children who live in the most socially and economically backward areas of the planet and now also actively operates in Italy, with urban regeneration projects (slumsdunk.org/it/progetto/).
Beyond borders and barriers, three contemporary artists will also take the field in favor of integration: Mr. Savethewall (Deodato Arte), Oscar Brum (Looking For Art) and Giorgio Mussati (Bit Gallery), who will personalize three Lega Serie A balls live on the sidelines, which will subsequently be auctioned in favor of the two associations. Initially simple “tools of the trade”, later works of art thanks to the intervention of contemporary artists, the balloons will be placed in precious display cases created by ℭ ( ℭ (@gain_custom) • Instagram photos and videos).
It is not the first time that art meets sport, sharing its values, already last March some artists of (un) fair, fair-non-fair of contemporary art they had customized basketballs to support Slums Dunk’s cause and work.
May 23, 2022: the night of the stars, the night of the artists, the night of the HEROES, all together at the Scala del calcio, united against racism and social discrimination to send a message to the world with the universal communicative power of sport, music and art and score the decisive goal!
The event was organized by Stars On Field for Samuel Eto’owith the support of Lega Serie A. Tickets for the match can be purchased on the Vivaticket website.
Pierpaolo Perretta, aka Mr. Savethewall, is an Italian artist originally from Como.
Mr. Savethewall was not born as an artist. In fact, he began his career as a manager. Moved by his boundless passion for art and, in particular, for street art, he decides to devote himself full time to this new activity. In fact, in 2013 he gave up a secure and well-paid job to express his vision of the world and society through art. Mr. Savethewall immediately declares against soiling of the walls and, for this reason, decides not to carry out his murals directly on the walls, but to use an easily removable adhesive tape. He also uses recyclable materials with a low environmental impact, such as cardboard. Hence his stage name which, literally, means Mr. Save the Wall, fully declaring his will to protect the urban decor.
Oscar Brum, born in 1992, is a Mexican self-taught artist based in Milan. His work is the product of the blend of a millennial cultural heritage and his personal experiences around the world. He tries to create a dialogue between ancient symbolisms and contemporary dogmas by exploring the relationship between the artwork and the viewer as a form of mutual interaction. The artist usually works simultaneously on several projects. The means of expression that he prefers are: painting, pictorial intervention on photography and sculpture. Death and his essential role in existence are important pillars in his artistic research, which he also turns to the exploration of the profound cosmovision of the pre-Hispanic cultures of Mexico and Latin America.
Giorgio Mussati was born in Modena, he immediately breathed a passion for art thanks to his grandfather. Fascinated by any form of art, he finds in painting the most immediate way to communicate freely; for these reasons, Pop Art and street Art become the currents that characterize it most. Pop Art gives him a sense of creative freedom, while Street Art gives him the content, as a means to express and denounce through art in a continuous interaction between the work and the urban environment, just like a propaganda poster. Even the passion for digital will integrate his art with graphic design, video montages and web animations. The dimension of the much loved stencil in the new form of Street Art is for Giorgio the turning point, taking his art to a higher level, connoting it with its own very characteristic elements.
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