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Photography, C-type on Wood
Size: 94.5 W x 47.2 H x 1.6 D in
Ships in a Crate
Artist featured in a collection
Life in the beauty with a deep and demanding aesthetic sense in which the importance of harmony drives us to want perfection for us and for the other people, we have a greater sensitivity and care for those matters that pass unnoticed for most of people. The clear and perverse perfection required by a camera to the people, who often use it, forced Marco Veronese to share this requirement and to obtain this ability to read and feel beyond any possible limit. His works have been a peculiar and difficult fusion of different refined images and deep messages for ever. The photographic support is a way to attract some characters in his works, in which they are sometimes protagonists and sometimes supporting characters, they send us various deep messages through his papier paints. Various deep advices are present in the stylishness of his works and unfortunately they represent some contemporary negative prophecies for us, from the artistic point of view. Anyway all this can not be compared with the fashionable trend, actually, as a provocation, in his latest works, the artist wants to point out and inform men in a peremptory way that they are going towards the abyss through the use of the obsessive image of “Memento Mori”. His paintings are often covered with various silicone protuberances that dangerously inform us that they are becoming some seeds and so they will certainly cover them, so to suffocate his artistic works and the whole world. This violent advice has been present in Marco Veronese’s works for a long time in the refined and steady way that distinguishes him. The artist warns us, through some charming and graceful ladies, surrounded by different butterflies, that are a symbol of grace and at the same time of natural sensitivity and that’s why they die if they live in a contaminated world. The artist warns us, through the skull that is oppressed again by some natural messengers either of death or of life. The artist warns us, through various superimposed sectors of images of skulls and ladies - who are imprisoned by the different events. Thanks to the photoreproductions of some Ladies (the points of reference are represented by some great artists’ works, such as Veermer, as far as Leonardo Da Vinci) and of the Skull (by another great artist), the artist wants to remind us of that Gold Age in which silicone did not exist. Here it is his latest important message “Fuck the World”. This great sculptural work keeps a deep advice: is it possible that men are not aware of the abyss that they are personally building? It is an abyss of an impossible return, our hand is destroying the globe that is completely covered with silicone, all our egoistic mistakes of life, and it became a skeleton that looks like a “Memento Mori”. Unfortunately there is a big difference between the certainty that an event will certain take place and the preparation of our own suicide. The world is out of the earth axis and it stands while overwhelmed by all our mistakes against nature on a hand that, besides representing an unequivocal sign of indifference, it is already dead. And then? I hope that Marco Veronese perhaps found the solution, thanks to the beauty that he can create. If men can manage to be surrounded by beauty all this will save us.
Photography:C-type on Wood
Artist Produced Limited Edition of:1
Size:94.5 W x 47.2 H x 1.6 D in
Ready to Hang:Not applicable
Packaging:Ships in a Crate
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On the stage where the human condition takes place, we are directors, actors, and spectators in search of reality and a possible truth. The artist is the lighting technician, the one who turns the spotlight on awareness. My daily commitment is to awakendormant consciences, giving back, through a poetic and recognizable aesthetic, a new value to the word spirituality. I consider myself a "warrior artist", an alchemist who transforms the lead of violence into the gold of beauty and harmony. My research is not about finding new forms and new materials, but in restoring what manipulation has made unrecognizable, the human being.
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