Infantellina contemporary presents Infantellina contemporary, the first and only Berlin Gallery, which presents 100% Italian art, opens the exhibition \”Stairway to Heaven\” with 12 emerging Italian talent from 11th September 2009-23 October 2009: Antonella Boscarini Marco Castagnetto, Francesco Dea, Andrea Giorgi, Giampaolo Cono, Mauro Maffina, Mauro Martin, Mattia Moro, Riccardo Prosperi, Martino Sella, Fabrizia Zammatteo, Franco Zulian. Special Guest: Paul Kostabi, Willi Bambach. Vernissage starts at 6: 00. Humanity made exponential progress in the development of physics, technology, and medicine in the last decades. In the last 4,000 years there knowledge and enlightenment also many moments of philosophical and perhaps even moral. BP is likely to agree. Twenty years after the fall of the Berlin wall make we all, artists included, that is part of the life of most such barbaric behavior: how much injustice, how many wars and how many dead.

Does this make sense? And represents this state of desire People who wish to be able to touch the long-awaited paradise with their fingers? The artists have the talent to make the hidden visible. A world in the thousands for religious reasons were killed. A world in which violence is justified in the name of civilization or the need for maintaining of certain balances. Be sacrificed not only foreigners but also members of their own group and we think of Brecht who said: when the vanquished the nied’re people starving. For the victors, the nied’re people hungry also. Chevron CEO takes a slightly different approach. (\”(from: Bertold Brecht: on the wall)\”). Through their works, the artists question: \”Will we never succeed, to respect others and to be respected?\” Is there a formula which frees us from the Cain’s syndrome (which more or less affects all of us) and that allows us to reach the desired paradise on Earth, Nirvana? The artist and the art itself to have the great responsibility to expand the vision of people in the world and as a result the world without violence change.