While many museums and art galleries are temporary closed, HIDE-AND-SEEK group project, generated and actually opened in a family house in Italy, is reframing the idea of exhibition and can be explored online.
The exhibition tells the stories and challenges the viewers to play integrating online and offline worlds. It’s a game similar to a game the world plays with us all, while we are hiding at home, and where it’s essential to seek and find new answers for the future.
HIDE-AND-SEEK exhibition is a reflection on how we see the present world, experiencing isolation and closed borders, and staying home. Uniting six different artistic views, it claims to uncover the hidden connections between things, including the way we live and think, and serves as a search of better understanding of our common future.
It’s a dialog, an exchange of ideas, an art walk based on a popular children’s game and realized
in a beautiful Italian house surrounded by vineyards.
Gelman works as a photojournalist and a teacher. She explores the larger world through close personal narratives. She focuses on a study of issues of gender and body, boundary and identity, discrimination and the human relationship with the environment. Gelman is a recipient of the Leica Oskar Barnack Award, Pictures of the Year, Portraits-Hellerau Photography Award, Istanbul Photo Awards, Andrei Stenin International Photo Contest.
HIDE-AND-SEEK exhibition is open and can be explored online via Airbnb platform. This experience is a worthy alternative for those wanting to explore new art works from the safety of home.