Via Ferdinando Martini 7 (Talenti)
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L’amicizia è una delle emozioni più belle che la vita ci regala. Lei, a sua volta, ci restituisce doni bellissimi e inattesi. Questa mostra, ad esempio, non sarebbe mai stata possibile se quattro artisti, che sono anche grandi amici, non avessero giocato l’uno sulle opere dell’altro con un processo metacreativo che, partendo dalle immagini fotografiche di Angelo Paionni, le fa rinascere a nuova vita.
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This year the subject is:
I love nature: the sky, the sea, the land.
I like to go for a walk in the woods,
and breath their scent.
I enjoy a lovely sunset
and a starry night.
I am thrilled when I see the fireflies
or a small cat breastfeeding her kittens.
The greem meadows make me feel good,
and their flowers are a joy to my eyes.
All this is a source of inspiration for my paintings.These are the emotions that I try to put into my works, following the teaching of my masters of art.
Watercolour is an istinctive technique, where no second thoughts are possible.
Its refined elegance penetrates my soul. Its lights, its shadows,
its transparency make me happy.
Maybe one day art and culture will improve humankind and the world:
as for now, watercolour has already changed my life in positive.
Patrizia Dolcini (translation by Alessia Paionni)
I am pleased to open this website publishing an article on one of the latest photo exhibitions by a well-known artist in Rome, who is also my father.
Look inside by Angelo Paionni is a portfolio of pictures taken under cover, almost by chance, during a lesson of photography that took place at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Rome (MACRO), in via Nizza.
The people portrayed are some of the students, who appear on both sides of the camera, in a double role of aspiring photographers and unawarely captured subjects.
FROM 27 NOVEMBER TO 6 DICEMBER 2015
CONFRATERNITA DEI BERGAMASCHI, Via di Pietra 70 (Via del Corso) ROMA
Mon-Fri h 10.30 am - 6 pm
Sat-Sun h 10 am - 1 pm
What is it that unites and makes the three artists exhibiting at TalentArt complementary to one another?
Certainly what jumps instantly to the eye is their bond with Italy, with Bagni di Lucca, and everything that the area represents. That town has always been a reservoir of memories and artistic expressions and yet it offers something more -- the leavening of modernity through a link with the ancient Anglo-Saxon world. It is this aspect that interests all three of these painters.
All artists introduce, by way of their expressions, an individual key for reading reality. These three exhibitors are no exception to the rule. The vivid use of color by Albert Beach, reminiscent of Gauguin, is a festival of light, a sunny embracing of life. Jenny Mcintosh restates the nude using dancing poses without benefit of a narrative context immersing the figures in interrogative backgrounds. And Morena Guarnaschelli interrogates her subjects through their portraits and creates a faithful compelling context of a cultural dimension.