To have a personal vision of the world and the expressive ability to translate it onto the canvas are two conditions often traced, in painters, to accomplished the stage of artistic growth called “maturity”. Dickon Drury (Salisbury, 1986), a young British painter recently graduated at the Slade School of Art, at the age of 31 […]
The colors and fluorescences of Stella Tasca invade the Parione9 gallery in Rome with the exhibition “On the wild side”, until 30 June 2018. The exhibition, curated by Marta Bandini and Elettra Bottazzi, presents the world of an artist who observes the wild side of nature, focusing on the distance that man has placed between […]
The exhibition Known Unknowns, at the Saatchi Gallery in London, proposes an intense, deep, violent and furious art. Seventeen artists present works that consult us in clear way on our time, on the spell of an oscillating and unstable contemporaneity.
“Never did eye see the sun unless it had first become sunlike, and never can the soul have vision of the First Beauty unless itself be beautiful.” (Plotinus, The Enneads) Regularity and irregularity. In Sol LeWitt there is a constant dialogue among these two fundamental dimensions: unity of the opposite elements.
It’s by no means a light-hearted feeling, what permeates the art of Kusama Yayoi, but a sense of anguish that is derived by her eternal obsession, which comes to be transfigured into different art forms such as paintings, sculptures and installations.
When talent and human being meet each other, something wonderful may happen. In the artistic world, young artists encounter many obstacles when it comes to emerge and impose their own artistic style. However, their personality can act as a counterweight. Let’s discover Petr Gruber, a young talent born and grew up in Czech Republic.