With a crystal clear brushstroke and a choice of materials (oil on linen), which perfectly highlights technical precision, the artist takes us on a journey through the Disney aesthetic, choosing though to go back in time, and therefore only using vintage puppets as models for her work.
È il viaggio in una Disneyland quasi post atomica quello che la pittrice Sabrina Milazzo propone nel suo “Melting Pop”, mostra che è stata inaugurata ieri alla Galleria Punto sull’Arte di Sofia Macchi e che presenta una ricognizione nei sogni dell’infanzia prepotentemente revisionati nell’età adulta, con risultati non certo ottimistici. Sabrina Milazzo, 45 anni, diplomata all’Accademia Albertina di Torino, autrice … Read More
Three years after his first exhibition in Varese and in conjunction with the show “Canto dolente d’amore (l’ultimo giorno di Van Gogh)” at Basilica Palladiana in Vicenza (texts by Marco Goldin) for the big exposition “Van Gogh. Tra il grano e il cielo”, MATTEO MASSAGRANDE returns to the PUNTO SULL’ARTE Gallery in Varese-Casbeno with a great solo show, the only … Read More
Thanks to his delicate and precise brush, Paolo Quaresima turns everyday objects into silent witnesses of an intense and laborious living, as if they were portraits of their users. Pitchers, teapots, buckets, watering cans or ancient polished jugs consumed by time become the storytellers of a whispered tale which speaks about us.
Due sguardi diversi e paralleli sulla natura morta da parte di due artisti che hanno condiviso un pezzo di strada (EMANUELE DASCANIO è stato per un certo periodo a bottega da GIANLUCA CORONA) e che in questa mostra si dividono lo spazio affidandosi uno, Corona, al colore dell’olio e l’altro, Dascanio, al gioco chiaroscurale della matita e del carboncino.
Since MICHELE DE LUCCHI – the architect of Expo and Gae Aulenti Square, in Milan – shows his more free and wilder artistic side, through the little handmade creations realized in his atelier in Angera, OTTORINO DE LUCCHI, the painter, has to bring order back, through his collection of elegant still lives, characterized by slight metaphysical suggestions and realized through … Read More
Which details compose our memories? Sometimes a particular scent or sound, but most times they lie within an image. For example, if we focus upon our experience at the nursery school, we would probably recall a glimpse of the classroom, the windows which overlooked the garden, two classmates wrapped up in oversize smocks drawing or playing with clay and the … Read More
During the last part of this millennium, Art has deeply demonstrated his ability of deploying itself into different voices: form neopop to neosurrealism, passing through the last edges of a rediscovered figurativism, up to cultured quotations and the first wailings of abstract art. Among these voices, there is a cross group of artists who have chosen to express by subtracting. … Read More
A triple solo exhibition which can be read as a long trip around mankind. Three different artists with distinct languages and personalities -apparently antithetical- become the three telling voices of the same fascinating story. Since man is definitely a tridimensional figure, it is flesh and bones. However, there is more. He is also formed by the volatile and fleeting products … Read More