The second edition of the Fabbri Art Award was held in 2007. Twelve internationally renowned artists were called upon to interpret the inspirational themes of the company, which for over a century, with its famous Amarena and many other specialties, has been present on the Italian scene and is increasingly making a name for itself on the international scene.
The exhibition, inaugurated on October 27th, saw the participation of prominent names in the artistic world such as the irreverent authors of the ConiglioViola collective, Paolo Maggis with the physicality of his paintings, the "smiling wickedness" of Antonio Riello, the anthropomorphism of Giovanni Ruggiero's intro-reliefs and the cultured irony of Vanni Cuoghi. The exhibition also included the works of the young artist Matteo Bergamasco, rich in bright colors, the mystical-dreamlike visions of Davide Coltro, the alchemy of the engravings of Marcello Jori as well as the installations of the young Nero (Alessandro Neretti). The human figure becomes the protagonist in the original and provocative ceramics of Andrea Salvatori, in the sensual features of Nicola Samorì, in the photographic diptychs of Nicola Vinci and in the playful Renaissance profile of Adriano Tetti (Mistiche Nutelle). A figure that we also find in the metropolitan scenarios of Luca Zampetti or in the more intimate ones of Massimiliano Zaffino.