100 illustrators were invited to share their vision on the theme of integration.
100 illustrators without frontiers
2 October 2019 - 6 January 2020
We invited 100 illustrators to share their vision on the theme of integration. 50 of them came from the panorama of the local scene and they involved an equal number of national and international colleagues to work on the theme .
At the base of the project was the desire to enhance the differences with a view to mutual exchange and contamination. The goal was to lead to social interaction that takes care of preserving and giving space to different cultural identities.
The exhibition was on display from 2nd October 2019 to 6th January 2020 in the courtyard of the Egyptian museum and inaugurated the collaboration between Graphic Days® and the Egyptian museum. A catalog was also produced from the exhibition.
Eleonora Antonioni, Roberto Blefari, Annalisa Bollini, Davide Bonazzi, Valentina Bongiovanni, Andrea Bozzo, Bianca Brucato, Cecilia Campironi, Nicolò Canova, Francesca Capellini, Eleonora Casetta, Daniele Catalli, Ilaria Clari, Fernando Cobelo, Daniela Costa, Dalia Del Bue, Santa Matita, Irene Frigo+Irene Carbone, Madeleine Frochaux, Susanna Galfrè, Beatrice Gasca Queirazza, Barbara Giovinazzo, Marta Giunipero, Carolina Grosa, Riccardo Guasco, Joey Guidone, Daniele La Placa, Eugenio La Rosa, Maria Martini, Massimiliano Marzucco, Giulia Milos, Danilo Mondino, Chiara Morra, Marco Nascosi, Andrea Opretti, Alessandro Pautasso, Tai Pera, Mara Pidello, Gabriele Pino, Sergio Ponchione, Jacopo Rosati, Donato Sansone, Davide Saraceno, Elisa Seitzinger, Alice Serafino, Andrea Serio, Milena Tipaldo, Fabio Tonetto, Ilaria Urbinati, Ilaria Zanellato
Kalina Muhova, Valentina Lorizzo, Josephin Ritschel, Victoria Semykina, Elena Pedroli, Lorenza Natarella, Paola Momente, Bernadette Moens, Gulia Martinelli, Fabrice Beau, Silvio Boselli, Roman Muradov, Ivan Manupelli, Amber Vittoria, Candia Castellani, Lisa Gelli, Mancini Fabio, Bianca Sangalli Moretti + Gianluca Patti, Francesco Chiacchio, Marco Brancato, Eleonora Bonanzinga, Roberta Maddalena Bireau, Sofia Buti, Alessio Defendini, Marcolin Marina, Miguel Pang Ly, Carol Rollo, Marco Sandreschi, Giulia Pintus, Filippo Fontana, Marco De Masi, Olga Puccitelli, Elia Colombo, Francesco Del Re, Luogo Comune, Davide Barco, Gee Fan Eng, Dal Maso Chiara, Lukas Eggert, Giuseppe Palumbo, Lucio Schiavon, Philip Giordano, Biancalana Lucia, Elisa Macellari, Serena Mabilia, Ramona Bruno, Narges Mohammaddi, Andrea de Franco, Daniel Cuello, Celina Elmi
We invited 100 illustrators to share their vision on the theme of integration. 50 of them came from the panorama of the local scene and they involved the same number of colleagues of national and international origin to work on the theme.
The exhibition was on display from 2nd October 2019 to 6th January 2020 in the courtyard of the Egyptian Museum and inaugurated the collaboration between Graphic Days® and the Egyptian museum.
Just Humans was an opportunity to promote an idea of a plural and democratic future, where differences represent a positive, proactive and project-orientated value.