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MARCO ANGELINI ABSTRACT CONFIGURATIONS

28 Mar
March 28, 2017

MARCO ANGELINI
ABSTRACT CONFIGURATIONS
Opening March 7th, h. 7 pm
March 8th 2017 – June 26th 2017

Relais Rione Ponte, in collaboration with Emmeotto gallery, is pleased to announce the exhibition project by the artist Marco Angelini titled Abstract Configurations.

 

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356. untitled – cm 100 x 100 – mixed technique on canvas – 2015 – ph Carolina Farina

 

The research of Marco Angelini begins from matter, an essential element of endless possibilities where chromatic surface, thanks to the combination of shapes and colors, becomes the connective tissue of heterogeneous modes of expression: the ultimate goal of the work is the exemplification of an idea, a thought, a dream.

The artist, in this exhibition, retraces twelve year of his career conducted between New York, Warsaw and Rome, a selection of thirty – eight works, exquisitely furnished in the spaces of the Relais, it will channel the viewer into a chromatic universe that is, in the first instance, an aesthetic audacity connected to painting.

Material and colors are intertwined, space acquires, via the withdrawal method object, a third dimension that catches the eye and it is stated as a logical continuity between figuration and abstraction, the eternal conflict that carries with any explicit representation of the tangible world.

 

352. untitled - cm 100 x 100 - mixed technique on canvas - 2015 - ph Carolina Farina

352. untitled – cm 100 x 100 – mixed technique on canvas – 2015 – ph Carolina Farina

 

“The artwork does not define more as the only comprehensive source of delight for a privileged class, with a special sensitivity, but it is an omnipresence of renewable plastic stimuli, necessary to collective equilibrium”. In Vasarely’s words we find a centuries-old idea: the shape is an element of an hidden reality, a stronger visible appearance. Angelini’s works fit on the heels of the avanguard that is no longer exclusively the preserve of abstract art, his research gets its roots into the concept of “pure visibility”, an aesthetic vision in which the composition is constructed through the significant forms.

The artist’s pictorial itinerary is closely related to the study of society, the seduction of reality breaks into Angelini’s paintings through the objects of our everyday life, whose original function is transformed distorting the meaning and spouting a cognitive process that it is never an end in itself, but which manifests itself as a cornerstone of an intellectual approach.

The dichotomy between abstraction and figuration is a junction point, which possesses the characteristics of an optical experience on the borders between sociology and aesthetics action. If the ultimate end of art is to query the community, Angelini’s work fulfills this task emphasizing the need to circumvent the mere decorative matrix of the picture and let the content has a specific gravity in his quest. “The shape of my painting is the content,” the statement by Ellsworth Kelly is as timely as ever, index of how an artwork can create a new point of view, where the visible becomes the intangible existence.

 

MARCO ANGELINI (1971, Rome)

He studies the phenomenon of the city and considers the ways in which cities inscribe people into dynamic processes of constant transformation.His reference point is formed by his cultural and educational background in sociology. Cities create scenarios in which unconscious impulses are made manifest and placed into interaction through and with technology and the radical new possibilities it creates. In this way, cities become the nucleus and ideal habitat for paradoxes and human contradictions. Marco Angelini turns the painted surface into the meeting place of different shapes and materials, signs, and meanings. His work is an expressive research dominated by matter and different kind of materials, mostly recycled: iron, aluminum, paper, cellophane, polystyrene, nails, screws, recording tapes, photographic films, just to name a few. To this surface the Artist applies pigments, powders, glues, metals, and plastics in order to create artworks characterized by a suspended balance, by a pregnant silence and rarefied atmospheres, as well as an immediately recognizable style. In Marco Angelini’s art, matter – far from embodying graveness – becomes a genuine, transfigured emblem of lightness, transparency and levitation. Marco Angelini is distant from ideological critics or positions and he believes strongly that Art has to play a decisive role in society, to make things visible once more, to generate attention and create new opportunities for sharing, communication and interrogation. The works of Marco Angelini were acquired by several collectors in Rome, Milan, London, Warsaw, New York, Melbourne, Washington and one of them is part of the prestigious private collection of the Fondazione Roma (Palazzo Sciarra).

In collaboration with Emmeotto Arte
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A special thank for the participation during the opening
Azienda Vinicola Bisol
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RELAIS RIONE PONTE
20, Giuseppe Zanardelli, Rome
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Phone +39 06 93576629
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ACCENNI / ALLUSIONS – Romina Bassu, Lounge

08 Feb
February 8, 2016

11_25_FANPAGE_ROMINA BASSU

 

Romina Bassu’s works exude ambiguity, they are inhabited by characters who often interact with each other. Although the figurative aspect amplifies the narrative element, the intention of the author is not to “tell” a story with a linear logic. She has indeed most likely the will to create a voltage without the need to create didactic content. Sometimes she hides a face or deletes a look, elements that distinguish and identify a person. These figures are described by Romina Bassu as a “logic of deprivation” she describe those details as erased by time, just like the images of an old movie that has lost sharpness. The painterly gesture to cover the appearance helps to break the formal rigor of a figurative abstraction, flooded combination that accentuates the dramatic aspect. The decision to make it look as if time had stopped 50 years is not just a side effect of the origin of the images. What interests the author of that period are definitely the stereotyped people. The historical distance allows you to more clearly interpret the characters of that time in their psychological stress and their collective behavior.

Romina Bassu nasce nel 1982 a Roma, dove vive  e lavora. Studia all’Accademia di Belle Arti di Roma e presso la Facultad de Bellas Artes di Sevilla. Nel 2004 inizia la sua collaborazione come assistente nello studio di Alberto di Fabio e in quello di Cristiano Pintaldi. Dopo alcuni anni si sposta a Londra dove inizia la serie “I’m stressed out” che si conclude a Berlino con una personale. Trasferitasi in Spagna dà inizio al progetto “Archivo anonimo”, che parte da una minuziosa ricerca di foto antiche che evocano il passato. Con i suoi lavori l’artista cerca di rendere il senso del tempo che scorre sugli esseri umani cancellandoli e trasformandoli in figure nostalgiche. In questa prospettiva crea una “mitologia individuale” nella quale tutti possono riconoscersi.

 

"Edipo" Acrylic on canvas, by Romina Bassu

“Edipo” Acrylic on canvas, by Romina Bassu 2015

 

Mostre personali

2015 Mnemosyne, MEB Arte Studio, Novara, Italia. (catalogo)

2014 Archivo anónimo, Galleria Manuel Alés, La Línea de la Concepción. Cadiz, Spagna.

2013 Archivo anónimo, Sala Rafaél Argelés, Fundación de Cultura José Luis Cano, Algeciras| Sala Rivadavia, Diputación de Cádiz , Spagna. (catalogo)

2010 I’m stressed out, Pantocrator Gallery, Berlino, Germania.

 

"Transfigurazione" Acrylic on canvas, by Romina Bassu 2015

“Transfigurazione” Acrylic on canvas, by Romina Bassu 2015

 

Mostre collettive

2015

ArtVerona 2015, Galleria Marcolini, Verona, Italia.

Una mostra di arte contemporanea, MEB Arte Studio, Borgomanero, Novara, Italia.

Group psychology (and the analysis of the ego), Galleria Marcolini, Forlì, Italia.

Paesaggi Contemporanei, MEB Arte Studio, Borgomanero, Novara, Italia.

A fil di spada, Studio Pivot, Accademia d’Armi Musumeci Greco, Roma. Italia.

Ritrovarsi, Festival Internazionale d’Arte Contemporanea, Quartiere dei marinai, Sciacca. Italia.

 

2014

Arte Contemporanea, Sottotitoli, MEB Arte Studio, Borgomanero, Novara. Italia.

Premio Internazionale Marche d’acqua Fabriano Watercolour, Museo della Carta e della filigrana, Fabriano; Museo della carta di Toscolano Maderno, Brescia, Italia. (catalogo)

 

2013

Art Project Vejer, Casa de la Cultura, Vejer de la Frontera, Spagna (catalogo)

Paradise Now, Extraspazio, Rome. Italia.

Textures collettiva, Palazzo Montevergine, Airola, Benevento. Italia.
Premio Combat
, Museo Civico G. Fattori ex Granai di Villa Mimbelli | Museo di Storia Naturale di Livorno. Italia. (catalogo)
Premio Internacional Fundació Barcelona Olímpica. Arte sobre papel
, Museu Olímpic i de l’Esport, Barcellona,Spagna. (catalogo)

Premio internazionale Bice Bugatti – Giovanni Segantini 2013, Sala Gio.I.A, Nova Milanese

Mailbox, Chance art gallery, Roma | Pescara; Undergallery, Milan. Italia. (catalogo)
Ars Visibilis, MECA Mediterráneo Centro Artístico, Museo de Almeria, Spagna.

Arte gira dreams, MECA Mediterráneo Centro Artístico, Facultad de Bellas Artes de Granada, Spagna. (Web)

No, lo siguiente, Nando Argüelles art projects, Sotogrande, Cádiz, Spagna.

 

2012

Sincronicidades, Espacio Continuo Gallery, Badajoz, Spagna.

Bienal Marítima, Casa de las Cuatro Torres, Cádiz, Spagna.
Fondo de galería, Nando Argüelles Art Project, Sotogrande, Cádiz, Spagna.

2010 Open Studio, 142-143, Berlino. Germania.

"Transfigurazione" Acrylic on canvas, by Romina Bassu

“Transfigurazione” Acrylic on canvas, by Romina Bassu

 

 

 

These artworks are for sale.

ACCENNI / ALLUSSIONS

Photo by Alberto Blasetti

For information or private visits, please contact

Relais Rione Ponte : +39 06 9357 6629

Studio Pivot: info@studiopivot.it

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ACCENNI / ALLUSIONS – Beatrice Cerocchi Room #1

26 Nov
November 26, 2015
ACCENNI / ALLUSIONS BEATRICE CEROCCHI

ACCENNI / ALLUSIONS BEATRICE CEROCCHI

 

Beatrice Cerocchi was born in Rome in 1989 where she lives and works.

She took a degree in Architecture in Rome at the university “Roma Tre” and then she went to Milan to take a post graduation course at MiMaster where she obtained a master in editorial illustration.
In 2012 she won the second prize at the contest Talent Next at Pisa Book Festival and she was selected at Secret7″ contest.

Her works have been featured on The New York Times, Liber Magazine and Picame Mag.

 

Room #1

Room #1

 

Via di Monte Giordano, 28

Via di Monte Giordano, 28

 

Vicolo Domizio,8

Vicolo Domizio,8

 

Piazza di Montevecchio, 15 a

Piazza di Montevecchio, 15 a

 

Room #1

Room #1

 

Vicolo del Fico

Vicolo del Fico

 

Arco della Pace

Arco della Pace

 

Via dei Coronari,155

Via dei Coronari,155

 

Room #1

Room #1

 

Vicolo delle Vacche, 11

Vicolo delle Vacche, 11

 

Piazza di Montevecchio,17

Piazza di Montevecchio,17

 

Vicolo del Curato, 12

Vicolo del Curato, 12

 

Via dei Coronari, 225

Via dei Coronari, 225

 

Vicolo di Montevecchio,19A

Vicolo di Montevecchio,19A

 

Via Vecchiarelli,6B

Via Vecchiarelli,6B

 

These artworks are for sale.

 

ACCENNI / ALLUSSIONS

Photo by Alberto Blasetti

For information or private visits, please contact

Relais Rione Ponte : +39 06 9357 6629

Studio Pivot: info@studiopivot.it

LOGO STUDIO PIVOT SU SFONDO BIANCO

 

Bertelè art and design for Relais Rione Ponte

12 Oct
October 12, 2015
Junior Suite details

Junior Suite details

Verona, July 2015 – Attention to detail, love of beauty, art and design are the key words that Maison Bertelè uses for all the furnishings, arose from a fine ebony handicraft. This accuracy can be found at the new Relais Rione Ponte, in the famous “Quartiere del Rinascimento” of Rome, between Piazza Navona, Palazzo Altemps and the Basilica of Sant’Apollinare. A unique Relais which offers intimate and relaxing environement, whose interiors are entirely Bertelè and give an allure of style which you will not forget.

All furnishings were created in great artisan cabinetmaker after the art that has always accompanied the creations Bertelè, mixing the wood inlaid with materials such as glass and fine fabrics to give a modern and contemporary atmosphere, with great attention and originality in the enhancement of details.

“We had the privilege to work for the Relais Rione Ponte in Rome and we were able to show the great attention that we put not only in each creation, but also in creative thinking that links our story to every customer”said Elena Baldini, designer from Maison Bertelè “it is important to give customers a sense of exclusivity and uniqueness, that does not concern only the service, but it starts right from the spaces and furnishings that frame the moments lived by the guest in the rooms”. Relais Rione Ponte is very good at this, providing their art spaces in order to create a real interaction between the creativity of each artist and the rooms. Relais Rione Ponte joins a new boutique hotel recently signed Bertelè the HT6 Hotel opened in March 2015 in the heart of the Jewish ghetto in Rome.

 

Suite Bed

Suite

 

Junior Suite twin beds

Junior Suite twin beds

 

Deluxe Room bed

Deluxe Room bed

Signature of excellence of Made in Italy in the world, since 1954 Bertelè offers unique furniture, fine attention to detail and choice of colors and fabrics, packed with wisdom and craftsmanship. The division Elena for Bertelè deals specifically with all the key projects for the world hotel industry and contract and is named after the designer of the fashion house, Elena Baldini.

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