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ANGLOMANIA is a non-profit festival dedicated to the contemporary British art world, which aims to promote dialogue and exchanges between different cultures. The festival will take place from 16 to 21 September 2016 in Veneto, in Thiene (Vi), in the picturesque setting of Villa Fabris. This historic eighteenth-century residence now houses the European Centre for Heritage Crafts, where, over the course of the festival, you can visit, experience and interact with some of the protagonists of the current British art scene.

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An exciting new aerial art gallery has been created in Horsham’s streets to display a thought-provoking new installation of works that examines the relationship between colour and personality. For the first time, Horsham Piazza Italia have included the art of Italy as part of their festival, which celebrates its tenth anniversary this year. Dadaprojects has partnered with Horsham Museum and Art Gallery to bring Supercelestial by Joseph Rossi to the town from 17th March to 13th April

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8 artists have been given the same dimensions (1.5 m x 2 m) to display their work at the iconic Naked Eye Gallery in Brighton. ALEX BINNIE,SIMON DIXON, CHRIS KETTLE, DAVID LEVINE, PAUL OSTRER, JOSEPH ROSSI, JIM SANDERS and SARAH SHAW will all be showcasing their original and eclectic work.

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Who Are You? is an exhibition inviting the public to confront their perceptions of identity, and to challenge each individual to think about who they are. The exhibition is looking at how image affects the way we see people and aims to challenge these pre-conceptions through the work of its artists. From special needs kids, soldiers, revolutionaries, housewives, politicians to postmen, chefs, pop stars and models three British artists using different art forms delve into the question with surprising results.

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Allos is a non-profit, multi-disciplinary, cultural event providing a platform for artistic exchange and public engagement with the arts. Uniting British and Italian artists, authors and musicians, it is a week-long celebration of creativity that involves free interactive events, workshops, live music, a large-scale collaborative art project and a showcase of the best food and wine from local producers.

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Dada Projects provided the means for British artists Jim Sanders, James Ostrer and Paul Tash to participate in BLOOM2, a large scale invasion of public space with art which took place in the Italian town of San Vito di Leguzza (Vicenza) in June 2012. Utilising the designated spaces for advertising and political billboards, the event answered a new urgency to re-interpret and re-appropriate the public spaces of the city.

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In 2012, Dada Projects sponsored The Book of Invisible Bridges (O Libro das Pontes Invisibles), a project led by the Galician writer and performer Xelis de Toro. Collaborating with fourteen artists each created their own response to an original collection of bilingual poetry. Artists included: Bish, Ed Briggs, Chévere, Circa69, Bruno Humberto, Yael Karavan, Fredrik Lloyd, Fran Pérez – Narf, Linda Remahl, Matt Rudkin, Dolores Sánchez Calvo, Jim Sanders, Jonathan Swain and Prue Waller.