Scritta al neon:

Massimo Uberti

He realized one of the iconic works of this Italian summer 2020, entitled Spazio Amato. We are talkin about Massimo Uberti, the artist from Brescia whose main working medium is light.

He graduated at the Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera. In the early ‘90s, he was a member of the Lazzaro Palazzi artist’s group in Milan. He got a lot of appreciations in Italy and abroad including, Piazza dei Mercanti in 2007, 5th edition Camera of Commerce prize, Milan, and in 2008, Tendente Infinito in the exhibition Dreams of the possible city, Fondazione Stelline, Milan.

Light is an indispensable tool in the hands of an artist and a material on a par with others in architecture.
Directly connected to our perception of the world, light — which has always been used to enhance surfaces and volumes — since the dawn of artificial lighting has played a more independent role in formal and structural processes.

Spazio Amato, his latest light installation inaugurated as part of Hypermaremma — a contemporary event conceived to activate the lands of the Tuscan Maremma — is now on display and can be visited until September 15 from sunset until late night in the Terre di Sacra, which houses the WWF Oasis of Lake Burano in Capalbio.

© Massimo Uberti — ↗︎

Apolide N.40, Paolo Basso. Opera colorata astratta su pannello nero situata in una sala d'esposizione

Paolo Basso

He lives and works in Cuneo, a musician with numerous publications with various musical groups. At the same time, he has developed his artistic research, the latest expression of which can be seen in the Apolidi series. Like our realities divided between real and digital, internauts without safe ports where to land. A work born mainly to give peace to a need for color, if possible different. Anti-minimalist, anti-academic and anti-material. The color as a figure and exchange currency divided into bytes.

Personal website

Instagram @bazart2018

Artworks on show

Pietro Campagnoli

Born in Turin in 1994, where he currently lives and works. He studied New Technologies at the Albertina Academy of Fine Arts in Turin. He attended the first year of IED, Graphic Design course. He began working in the artistic field in September 2011, but he has been practicing drawing since early childhood. He works as a sculptor investigating the precariousness of the human figure and the objects that surround it.

Instagram @pietro_campagnoli

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Touch of blue, Letteria Russo. Opera su tela in acrilico nero e blu

Letteria Russo

Artist and designer, Russo’s artistic forms of expression range from eyewear and jewelry design to painting. She creates works experimenting with multiple techniques and materials. Her abstract landscapes show vigorous brushstrokes of color who are an extension of the soul and exteriorize a pure and limitless energy.

personal website

Instagram @artlillylilla

Artworks on show

Giovanni Fava

Born in 1981 in Polistena, in the province of Reggio Calabria. He studied accountancy and in 1999 he began to attend the studio of Cesare Berlingeri, becoming his assistant. In 2001 he enrolled at the Academy of Fine Arts in Reggio Calabria, where he attended painting courses. Since 2007 he has participated in several solo and group exhibitions including, in 2018, the third edition of Work On Paper Art Fair (WOPART). On the borderline between sculpture and painting, Giovanni Fava’s works are the result of a process of cutting and assembling words and texts written by the artist himself.

personal website

Instagram @giovannifava_art

Artworks on show

Espiazione, Valentina Porcelli. Opera a olio su tela ritraente una donna di spalle che si tocca i capelli su sfondo oro

Valentina Porcelli

Born in Foggia in 1987. Graduated in painting with top marks at the Academy of Fine Arts in Foggia, she began her artistic career as a child, showing a strong interest in portraiture. Strongly attracted by traditional European painting and photography, she turned her studies to the oil technique. Since 2016 the artist has synthesized her knowledge in a style halfway between Realism and illustration, obtaining metaphysical implications due to the monochrome backgrounds.

personal website

Instagram @valentinaporcelli_art

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Luca Marianaccio

Luca Marianaccio is an artist who works mainly with photography. Exploring the concept of landscape in a nostalgic way, Marianaccio wants to amplify the amazement of the viewer by creating compositions or settings that generate feelings of tranquility and poetry.

personal website

Instagram @lucamarianaccio

Artworks on show

E.C. VIII-2-2019, Eugenio Galli. Opera astratta di colore grigio su tavola grigia

Eugenio Galli

Born in 1951, Galli has developed a passion for painting since his adolescence. After finishing his scientific studies in Monza, he worked for about twenty years in the family goldsmith’s workshop specializing in gemology and at the same time he attended Gianni Arde’s studio. Galli’s work is a personal elaboration of colour, matter and light.

personal website

Instagram @eugenio_galli_pittore

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Born in Milan in 2016, when he was just 18 months old he began to paint, immediately showing a natural mastery in the treatment of canvases and colours. His abstract works are tales, what he lives or feels brings him back on canvas.

personal website

Instagram @artistic.noah

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Esercizi di Forma N°3, Antonio Bernardo. Linoprint su tela ritraente due bambine che fanno esercizio fisico

Antonio Bernardo

Works and lives in Como. Bernardo works with obsessive precision every single subject he portrays starting from photographs. Graphics and synthesis are the main characteristics of this singular neorealist artist.

personal website

Instagram @antoniobernardoart

Artworks on show