Human(kind) is a thought-provoking exhibition by G. Luigi Rossi, a German artist residing in Malta, that delves deep into the core social issues affecting our society. Through a masterful combination of symbolism, abstract landscapes, and vibrant colours, Rossi offers viewers a unique perspective on conflicts, social injustice, and the fragile relationship between humanity and nature. Addressing social injustice, Rossi challenges viewers to confront the disparities and inequalities present in our world.
His paintings serve as a powerful reminder of the importance of empathy, compassion, and collective action in creating a fairer society. The intricate relationship between humans and nature is a central theme explored in Human(kind). Rossi symbolically captures the destructive consequences of humanity’s exploitation of the planet, urging viewers to reflect on the urgent need for sustainable practices and a deeper reverence for the natural world. While tackling these subjects, Rossi’s art remains a vibrant and colourful celebration of life. His expressive use of colours and poetic imagery offers a glimpse into an ideal world where beauty, harmony, and positivity prevail.
G. Luigi Rossi (Artist)
Prof. Louis Lagana (Curator)
Steve Cassar (Project Co-ordinator)
Gabriella Mallia (Admin Support)