“There is no single definition of art that's universally tenable”
This is a quote by William Rubin, Director emeritus of painting and sculpture, Museum of Modern Art, New York.
There is a consensus about what is art in its various historical periods, where it changes both: tools it uses and meanings it wishes to express.
For years, national and international artists have left their own artistic and cultural imprint in San Potito Sannitico. Today this place is full of art. As you are wandering through the alleys of the country, you can see how the art expresses itself in an original, evocative and strong way. The colored walls communicate messages of hope, struggle, freedom; the art talks to women, children, men of different races and cultures from all over the world. In the country you can breathe the art: ephemeral works lives on in the memory of citizenship, of all the people who have collaborated to give life to a photograph that no longer exists, to a temporary work, or simply to a participated experience .
Art is a way of representing one’s own vision of life, and the artist is called to transmit a piece of history with its own personal way to draw.