The 'pop art of Nicola Domenici on display at the St. Augustine
The charm and pop art color the bright colors of Grasce room. The complex of the Cloister of St. Augustine (Pietrasanta, Lu) prepares to host VITRIOL, the exhibition of Nicola Domenici who, through a gallery of twelve pittosculture, retraces its path of inner growth and invites the visitor to look inside himself . male and female Coripi resin, aluminum and ceramic, with particular defined by the touch of the brush, which colors and lights the figures. The staff will be located in the Grasce Room from 15 April to 1 May next. In the background four new paintings depicting Gim Morrison, Madonna and Roberto Benigni, as opposed to the figure of a monkey to evoke the concept of evolution of the species, the need to go back to basics to find out who we are.
"The acronym Vitriol - says Domenici - metaphorically, from the Latin, the need to explore their own intimacy. The faces of Gim Morrison, Madonna and Roberto Benigni are those that marked my adolescence, my personal growth, characters who, in turn, have made a soul-searching journey. My art wants to tell the alchemical process aimed at transforming and improving ourselves. "
When: until 05/01/2017
Where: Complesso S. Agostino, Pietrasanta
Time: ore: 16:30 - 19:30
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