Alfredo Pirri | GIACOMO GUIDI ARTE CONTEMPORANEA(635 reads)
CROCIFISSIONI E ALTRI PAESAGGI PRIMAVERILI | 15 May - 15 Sep 2012
The exhibition focuses on a discussion related to the relationship between the public space of the gallery and the size of the private studio.
Through a process of distortion, the artist has literally rebuilt his ongoing study of Mandrione adapting the architecture of the gallery.
"The exhibition will propose the same feeling" inaugural "inherent in opening a space, not only intended as an exhibition space but, in general, as the opening and expansion of expressive space as possible" - says the artist.
"The works that I will have much to do with the ceremonial opening, forms and materials that you will have to open like the blossom after a long winter training is the result of a long winter of lonely work, without the contribution of any help, in a study where no one else, besides myself, has set foot or hand, eye or mind. One winter during which I made everything out of the study was the result of large collaborative commitments with different people. "
Works of art, graceful and joyous, can suggest relationships between concepts poetic, literary and symbolic, within a territory harmonious and conscious, constructive attitude index, which leads to the matrix minimalist horizons sensitive and evocative.
"It 'an exhibition conceived as an interlude of reflection, almost a form of poetic statement related to the idea of linking two different moments of life of the work, the creation and exposure, to present a space where dreams himself, according to the desire of the artist, "said Ludovico Pratesi.
To further emphasize this attitude is linked to concepts such as hospitality, harmony and sharing, the study of Pirri will open during the show to host the works of other artists and interventions that will interact with the installation. The first "guests" are some drawings of Primo Conti, owned by the artist.
EXHIBITION ORGANIZED BY SHANE CAMPBELL
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Interior | 08 May 2013 - 16 Jul 2013
Solo Exhibition | 7 May 2013 - 30 Jul 2013