Thursday, November 21, 2013

Cesare Berlingeri - nuove opere in esclusiva assoluta

Cesare Berlingeri continua a stupire con la sua creatività e capacità di autocitarsi in maniera sempre fresca ed apprezzabile.
Questa volta lo fa "mettendo in bacheca" delle mini-installazioni, così potremo chiamarle, deliziose nella loro minuta dimensione ed eleganza cromatica e formale.

Queste nuove opere di Berlingeri verranno presentate oggi, 21 Novembre 2013, in anteprima nella diretta televisiva della Galleria Vecchiato Arte:
dalle ore 22.00 sui canali 156 e 127 del digitale terrestre (ed in streaming su http://www.vecchiatoarte.com ).

Cesare Berlingeri

(biografia, estratto da Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cesare_Berlingeri

The Master of the “Piegature”

The folded paintings were exhibited in 1990, after a meeting with T. Trini who wrote: ”I remember that when I visited the Taurianova workshop, during the preparation of a large exhibition at Messina, Berlingeri was still debating the puzzlement of his supporters, most of whom were convinced that “those objects” were out of style. But I was straight away excited”.[6] “Opere Recenti”, the exhibition to which Trini refers, was set up in the foyer of the Vittorio Emanuele Theatre, where a number of diptychs were exhibited together, for the first time, with the Piegature. These folded canvases, impregnated with pure pigment, drafted since 1976 in small sizes, were now recovered and developed. The Piegature idea comes from a memory of his childhood: a small mat black cloth wrapping which his mother used to wear around her neck as an amulet.[7] But the actual folding of large paintings was first done in the theatre. While he was working on a stage set, he painted a starry night on a large backdrop. At the end of the play, when the time came to disassemble the set, he realized how, fold after fold, this large canvas became a package about eighty centimetres long.

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