3x3 _ SUMMER EXHIBITIONS _ SECOND PART
ANGELA GLAJCAR _ MARCO TIRELLI _ ROBERTO PIETROSANTI
05.07.2014 _ 07.08.2014
The gallery goes on with the summer series exhibitions in a new dialogue between the three artists: Angela Glajcar _ Marco Tirelli _ Roberto Pietrosanti.
The aesthetic issues and artistic concepts expressed by this three realities, even if as a first sight they seem so different, interact fluently using a common instrument: the shadow. The specific choice of the materials used by this three artists to create their own pieces, cannot leave indifferent to any audience, being able to drag you towards an extremely elevated emotional state.
ANGELA GLAJCAR (Mainz, 1970), is a young german artist, who chooses the paper as main material to sculpt, proposing to the audience a dual analysis of her works. The candid white which characterizes "Terforation" serie reminds the memory and the sensations of a double vision, literal and symbolic, of her "Lacerations". The paper's fragility and its delicacy in the colour's pureness acquires through her hands an unequaled strength and consistency; the game of the shadows which the light creates whittin the hollows, makes you forget about the biodimensionality limits of the sheets, of the pages. The essence of the external geometry it' s in a strong contrast with inside rips, reproposing exactly the individual dicothomy: the human being always divided between rational and emozional sides.
MARCO TIRELLI (Roma, 1956) is one of those artists who in the middle 80's opens his studio to the public, located in the old pasta Ceres factory, in the roman district of San Lorenzo. The common thread that binds indissolubly his work is the concept of light as a splitter from the darkness: The light separates, makes visible the entities which aren't easy to distinguish in the informal shadows. While looking at his works, it feels the impression of being contemplating something that it can appear or disappear in a moment. The surface, in painting, is an occurrence spot, and Tirelli uses it as a way to free us from the entropy: the shadow is synonymous with silence. Silence filled of memory and the expectation that it creates, which without the noise (its opposite in fact) it could never exist.
ROBERTO PIETROSANTI (L'Aquila, 1967) In his sculptures links closely an architectonic idea of art. He gets into a monochrome path looking for the motion and the stillness. Time and space are blended in a continuous paradox keeping the audience in a high level of attention, letting to perceive the research of balance, hard but vital to feed the artistic imagination. In the creative process of his works, Pietrosanti intentions are, to improve the already existing forms, in pursuit through the surfaces and cleanest shapes, in his "pure" idea of the movement.
Angela Glajcar | Works
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