Pilato Stefano's work is made of research, intuition where sometimes instinctiveness prevails and sometimes the rationality inherent to his designer experience. Everything, however, evolves into the pleasure of manual work, rich in extemporaneous solutions but also of the acquired method, constantly seeking new stimuli from the point view of an exhibition, always feeling the importance of all the environments contaminated by his works.
The mirror is beauty, depth, reflection on the diversity of the ego, femininity. The framing plot of existence, drama or path of the individual through the time allowed. "Macromè", sculptural mirror with mixed technique in recycled fabric, resin, micro cement and acrylic paint.
Make Art not War. "String Art" or "Thread Art" is the language with which Lucchini decides to create his artistic images. Hundreds of nails fixed on wood, km of embroidery thread "transform" in his hands, giving life to iconic faces and contemporary characters with sudden recognition. There is a constant balance between mathematical calculation and figurative art, geometry, and drawing.
The Frame Series highlights iconic and ancient forms that mark the intersection between form and sculpture, juxtaposing both tension and equilibrium, while remaining true to our long association with design and sculptural objects. The forms are embedded in our subconscious and express our nomadic tendencies, as symbols of our search for new horizons and unexpected destinations.
My research embraces different techniques and certainly, the most recognizable one is the sculpture: stretched figures, particular hair, very tiny faces, asexual bodies, worked surface as the lake stream. Shapes always in harmony despite their disproportions, such as the versions of the busty pearls.
The art of sculpting has always been a sincere means of expression for Philippe Lonzi. The work of cutting new steel in all its forms contributes to the search for the aesthetic. Each work in progress is a questioning, a new adventure, a laborious journey of the mind. The purity of the lines of new steels must not disappear after being attacked by the flame or the sharpness of tools directed by the artist.
The surface of the paintings, an aluminum foil, is smooth and mirrored does not grant interactions. The colors are thrown on the support frantically to repeat a gesture of the roller, which slowly fills the foil and tries to transform it. The motion, going back and forth, closed in a loop, is repeated to Mantra: here you go fast, there is no time, here you go fast, there is no space.
"Don’t clean your dirty soul. This is not a stain, it’s your sign." • A whole life wrapped around ourselves to look for ideas and then discover that we are the only really creative thing, together with our daily toils to conquer the sign. A tragicomic result, artistically unique, slipping into the sensual core like an explosive suppository.
Barbara Frua De Angeli is a leading Milanese interior decorator and famed designer. Her work pays homage to Milan's decorative arts tradition in an eclectic fashion, often at crossroads between art and design. She is considered by many as the natural descendant of Giò Ponti, who was also a friend of her family.
Anthropomorphic terracotta vases that recover only the shape of traditional ceramic heads with lively Sicilian decorations. Stefania Boemi creates them manually with the happy intuition of eliminating the veil of the ceramic surface with a monochromatic and rigorously opaque treatment, revealing the forms with a very modern purity.
The "Corpo" series is part of the abstract expressionist painting, whose process sees the emotions expressed through pictorial action. The artist's individuality plays a central role in the work, which is realized through abstract pictorial language development. Ravi Alisha paints unconsciously and instinctively, using the body as direct contact with the canvas and colors. She approached this painting technique instinctively, like a call.
"I am the creator and executor of my works which are the result of the combination of different concepts, techniques, and materials." Bonaventura Mauro's works are exhibited inside important art galleries and museums around the world including the Corning Museum of glass in New York, Carnegie.