There is a common constant between the two artists who come from the most advanced New York scene that they meet "creators of the still unknown, of the other side, of the forgotten and of everything that needs to be remembered". In a world where civil liberties and freedom seem to always be on trial. Gregory de la Haba explores the world of graffiti on the walls of the big "Apple" which reflect the moods and emotions of the new generations and reinterprets them with swirls of colors that give strength to human tensions. Laura Mega enters into the strong difficulties still existing in the female universe by trying to denounce explicit and non-explicit violence against women. Artistic freedom is the most important thing, it must prevail, come forward and contribute to the social development of humanity.
The Others is the main Italian fair dedicated to national and international emerging art, created to enhance new creative energies through a unique exhibition system aimed at rediscovering and reactivating abandoned places in the urban fabric of the city of Turin. It thus combines theory and pragmatic action, market and cultural innovation. A pioneering model that has abandoned the schemes and barriers typical of traditional fairs to foster a more direct and immediate dialogue between artistic proposals and the different audiences that follow the Italian and international art scene.