Lights and joints, in Alzano Lombardo the painting of Eugenio Galli and the sculpture of Piero Rotella


From February 2 to 22, 2019, Alzano Lombardo will offer an exhibition featuring Eugenio Galli's multi-material canvases and Piero Rotella's sculptures.

From February 2 to 22, 2019 at the Mazzoleni Onlus Foundation in Alzano Lombardo, an exhibition entitled Lights and Interlocks will be on view.

On display will be Eugenio Galli ’s multi-material canvases and Piero Rotella’s harmonious sculptures: abstractionism inpainting andabstractionism in sculpture will be protagonists.

Painting and sculpture are thus combined through an univocal conception of space and light, aimed at creating an exhibition itinerary totally immersive in contemporary art that immediately catapults one into the New York-derived White Cube of the 1970s, in which the only protagonists are the work and the viewer.
The audience will move freely in the space, being guided by the perception and emotions that arise from the works of the protagonist artists.

An artist who finds within himself, within the depths of the human soul the key and inspiration of his painting, guided only by irrational movements devoid of any preconceptions, the perfect interpreter of the will transcendent of the human soul, and another explorer artist, hungry for culture and diversity who, on the contrary, finds his inspiration in the multiplicity that characterizes the planet, declining it in complex and harmonious sculptural arrangements.
Two artists whose common goal is to excite to encompass within the environment of light and polished joints the viewer.

The exhibition will be opened on Saturday, Feb. 2, at 5:30 p.m. in the presence of the artists.

For info: www.fondazionemazzoleni.com

Lights and joints, in Alzano Lombardo the painting of Eugenio Galli and the sculpture of Piero Rotella
Lights and joints, in Alzano Lombardo the painting of Eugenio Galli and the sculpture of Piero Rotella


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