top of page

The exhibition brings with it the idea of the journey in its most diverse meanings: as a personal, inner journey, in life as an expression of a journey of faith that looks to the future of mankind and, from the artistic point of view, as an investigation into the innovations of the 20th century that recur and are integrated into the purely formal aspects of the works.


A "lesson" that every artist inevitably carries with him, in his ability to delve into the history of art, both recent and past, and which in this case is expressed in an individuality that delves into the matter and the "forms" of a reinterpreted abstraction, transformed into essentiality.


The works thus become an expression of that "frontier" art, intended to unite past and present in a single ideal of human growth.

A particular meaning is emerging in the concept of atemporal space where apperception with underlying meanings is addressed to the interlocutor to stimulate reactions and reflections, but without providing keys to interpretation that could refer to a realistic vision of the subject, entrusting the most intimate readings to the soul and therefore to feeling. 


At the same time, an art form is emerging that is not an escape from life, from reality, but a means of investigating the idea of knowledge and personal understanding in greater depth, in a dimension in which colour and material take on a basic role, transforming the artist into a pilgrim travelling towards the desired destination, in a new and unknown world, aimed at achieving true self-knowledge, almost an act of purification, in a dimension of time and space that expands beyond the limits of the work, be it painting or sculpture.


Stefania Provinciali

journalist and art critic

bottom of page