The research is based on several photographic images mainly from the 50s and 60s, through which the expressive means of human relationships is inquired, especially that of the couple, the forces and the intimacy that come into being, by fathoming its dark side without fear. Alla prima paintings accompany each other, without afterthoughts and preserving the required and immediate tension that derives from the constant activity of drawing. The outrightness and the will to highlight the expression of the moment and the subject depicted, is sought after. The act of painting takes on the value of emotion and reveals that which is darker than matter.
Painting:Acrylic on Canvas
Size:25.6 W x 33.5 H x 1.9 D in
Ready to Hang:No
Turin, 1976. Graduated in Painting at Turin’s Academy of Fine Arts. On March 6th 2019, there will be the vernissage of the Diario Notturno (Nocturnal Journal) solo exhibition at Circoloquadro Arte contemporanea in Milan, curated by Arianna Beretta. She recently took part in the Selvatico (tredici) nationwide group exhibition curated by Massimiliano Fabbri, at the Luigi Varoli Museum of Cotignola. In June 2017, she took part in Landina, an en plein air painting experience curated by Lorenza Boisi. Among the solo and group exhibitions, a short-list follows: Ferrovie Creative in Carpi (2019), Zaion Gallery in Biella (2019), Ridotto del Cinema De Seta at Cantieri Culturali della Zisa in Palermo (2019), Palazzo ducale in Pavullo nel Frignano (2018), Kommunale Galerie of Mörfelden-Walldorf – Frankfurt (2018), Tornielli Museum in Ameno (2018), MARS in Milan (2018), Tino Ghelfi Gallery & L’Officina Arte Contemporanea in Vicenza, Bocca Bookshop in Milan (2017), De Chirico Gallery Contemporary Art in Turin (2013), Palazzo Mathis in Bra (2013), Amleto Bertoni Foundation in Saluzzo (2012), 54° Edition of the Venice Biennale – Piedmont Region (2011) and Davico Gallery in Turin (2009). In 2003, she won the Alida Epremian scholarship; and in 2008 the Matteo Olivero Painting Prize. Selected in many art contests among which are: Combat Prize (2018), Vittorio Viviani Prize (2018), Carlo Bonatto Minella Prize in 2011, Cesare Pavese Painting Prize (2008) and Carlo Dalla Zorza Prize in 2004, 2006, 2008 at the Ponte Rosso Gallery in Milan. Some of her artworks belong to public and private collections, among which is the Permanent Collection of the Cassa di Risparmio Foundation in Cuneo.
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