What is photography if not the ability to tell reality, interpreting what appears before our eyes through countless experiential dimensions, transforming a subjective gaze into a unique vision, revealing a secret aspect that will continue to remain so emotional? This is what it feels when we approach the works of Nicola Bertellotti, a Tuscan artist, who has transposed this conceptual methodology of the photographic medium to the places explored during his travels.Read more →
Artist, calligrapher and graphic designer, Chen Li has made word as the fulcrum of her artistic research. Letters, signs and colors give shape to a complex imagination in which poetry, reflection and creativity meet. In a society where image seems to have greater importance than content and handwriting replaced by digital, Chen Li protects its visual essence and extraordinary beauty through her works.
This time we focus our attention on what was considered the “first post-war artist-scientist” and “the last of the millennium”. We are talking about Fernando Melani from Pistoia, whose creative dimension was inspired by reflections on matter and atom, and then approached, even anticipating, the influences of Arte Povera, Conceptual Art and Minimal Art.
Savina Capecci’s artistic universe is made up of bright and powerful colours, and tells stories related to contemporary society through an ironic, if not downright unreal, perspective. Indeed, in her work the protagonists seem to live a detached existence within an imaginary that always remains suspended between two dimensions: the experiential and the natural.Read more →
Born in Monza and raised in Biella among looms and yarns, Barbara Pavan is a curator and art critic specialized in fiber art. The passion for the yarn has led her to design and curate exhibitions, art projects, catalogs and thematic blogs, thus becoming a reference point for textile expressive forms.