The vibrations of colour, Claudio Rotta Loria and Jorrit Torquist

Jorrit Tornquist | origine della luce

Jorrit Tornquist, origine della luce, 1961

THE VIBRATIONS OF COLOUR, CLAUDIO ROTTA LORIA, JORRIT TORNQUIST

Two masters of colour, Rotta Loria and Torquist, are the protagonists of a double solo exhibition entitled “The vibrations of color”.
An exhibition that describes the research path involving visual perception, the influence of light and shadows on the artistic support and the importance of the study and design phase for each individual element generated by the creative process.

The vibrations of colour
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Igniting the Sparkle of the Infinite with Dr Gindi

Dr Gindi | artist

Dr Gindi 2021 – photo courtesy of Braschler/Fischer

IGNITING THE SPARKLE OF THE INFINITE WITH DR GINDI

Known for her airy imagery, Dr Gindi has modelled a name for herself as a sculptor of striking proficiency. The characters in her sculptures are distinctly fragile, fractured with gaps and chasms; at the same time, they are emphatically melodic in their finesse and fugacity as they search for the infinity of human existence.

I talked to Dr Gindi to learn more about her leitmotiv infinity and how it relates to the big questions of our time.

Interview with Dr Gindi

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Edoardo Tresoldi, the artist of the Absent Matter

Edoardo Tresoldi | Sacral

Edoardo Tresoldi: Sacral, 2016 © Fabiano Caputo

EDOARDO TRESOLDI, THE ARTIST OF ABSENT MATTER

Edoardo Tresoldi is the artist of “Absent Matter” and wire-mesh cathedrals, inserted by Forbes among the most influential European artists under 30 in Europe in 2017.

After the reconstruction of the Early Christian Basilica in Siponto, that won the Gold Medal for Italian Architecture, the huge installation “Etherea in the USA for the “Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival” and “Opera, the installation on the seafront of Reggio Calabria, the artist exhibits in Ravenna “Sacral, built in 2016 and set up for the exhibition dedicated to Dante “Un’ Epopea POP” organized by the MAR – Art Museum of the City of Ravenna.

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Mario Gatto and Puccini: the embrace of two artists

Mario Gatto | Come il grano

Mario Gatto, Come il grano

MARIO GATTO AND PUCCINI: THE EMBRACE OF TWO ARTISTS BETWEEN THE CENTURIES

Few things shake you like a work of art, and even fewer challenge you in quite the same way: nowadays, coming to grips with an artist’s work is almost like coming to grips with what Mallarmé called the drama of the blank page. It is disorienting, disorienting … but exciting.

The exhibition of Mario Gatto‘s works at the Arte Spazio Tempo gallery in Campo del Ghetto Nuovo in Venice is a perfect example of how the contemporary visitor approaches art: They approach art with caution, intrigued but also intimidated, they enter on tiptoe, as if “NessunDorma” were a warning and not just a title, they examine each piece with a slightly questioning look aimed at searching for its hidden meanings and they move with a soft step, careful not to miss any detail of a story that the artist has skilfully woven together without pretending to understand it.

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What NFT art is and what it is for: an interview with The Strip Gallery

Beeple | Everydays-The First 5000 Days

Beeple, Everydays-The First 5000 Days

WHAT NFT ART IS AND WHAT IT IS FOR: AN INTERVIEW WITH THE STRIP GALLERY

In the art world a revolution is currently underway. Its name is NFT art or Crypto art and maybe it would change the art market forever.

To understand what NTF art is, what it is for and if it will really change the art world, I asked Martina Manco, founder of  The Strip online art gallery some questions.

What NFT art is and what it is for

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