Chianciano Biennale 2013 - An Insiders Tip today - Adored and Visited by Worldwide Art Lovers Tomorrow

By Timothy Warrington, art critic


Step into the unknown and discover the best artistic talents of today. Heavenly and profoundly true, the Biennale of Chianciano 2013 held at the Art Museum of Chianciano offers a wide spectrum of high- quality art, culture and entertainment. Whether you wish to listen to a harp and flute duet by Eleonora Pellegrini and Francesca Menchini or you desire to taste wines, from Brunello di Montalcino to Chianti and Montepulciano, this exclusive occasion will fulfill our dreams and create experiences that will immerse us in local culture as well as international art.


What is still an insider’s tip today, will be adored and visited by worldwide art lovers tomorrow. It is the third time that this outstanding event is taking place in the heart of Tuscany. From the 7th until the 14th around 120 talents from more than 30 different nations exhibit their masterpieces at the Museum of Art of Chianciano – taking part are renowned local artists such as Anna Maria Artegiani or Giorgio Fileni as well as well- established international ones such as Nevim Kayaoglu from Turkey, Kristi Rene from the US or Aelita Andre from Australia.


Some call it poppy syndrome, others evolution of a genius – the Melbourne based artist Aelita Andre conquers the art world with only 8 years. Having held several shows in London and New York, Aelita fascinates with her abstract expressionism. Starting with only 9 months to paint, she rose to a bona fide artist today, who is exhibiting her work at the Museum of Art of Chianciano together with recognized artists such as Ulla Wobst from Germany.


Ulla Wobst’ figurative art is celebrated around the globe. Exhibitions in Italy, Spain, Germany and Switzerland as well as England, Norway, Mexico and China put light on the German painter’s distinctive style, which combines abstract with symbolic elements, mesmerizing professionals in the field as well as art admirers worldwide.


Art professionals, lovers and artists will not only be mesmerized by the masterpieces but also connected to each other. The Chianciano Biennale serves furthermore as a platform engaging you in a dazzling occasion to social- network, build relationships and exchange ideas with people from different cultures and backgrounds. A range of events invites international artists, experts and devotees to come together, discuss and prosper. You have the exceptional opportunity to broaden your horizon, knowledge and experience by finding yourself in a unique environment, which comprises multi- national talent and passion for art at one vivid spot - in the heart of Tuscany, Chianciano Terme.


Top Left: Official Cover Chianciano Biennale 2013

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Bottom Right: Aelita Andre

Bottom Left: Ulla Wobst; Song of a broken Doll, 2013, Oil on canvas