23 June – 7 July 2021
How water flows and, in a continuous water flowing, changes shape but remains, only in appearance, always the same in itself, so it is the artist's inspiration. in the same way, the inspiration of the artist is free: he challenges all barriers and then finally collimates in a new work and creates a new message, a new opportunity to turn the artist's vision to our interior. This year, two artists come together in a unique curatorial project that has its main pursuit in the aim to involve us within a totalizing the art works. On the walls we find the fluid and ethereal painting of Rossella Rossi, and, at the heart of the exhibition space, Piela Auvinen's sculpture is ready to trigger its metamorphosis: from matter to the fluidity of water which, in white drops, slides from the ceiling and is crystallizing at our feet. It is a perfect synthesis between painting and sculpture, where the affinities between two apparently very different artists are revealed with new, unexpected strength. Two different artistic languages are meeting: two sensitivities that accord their expressive power and give us an exhibition of great emotional impact and great artistic quality.
ROSSELLA ROSSI after a PhD in Genetic Sciences (University of Pavia) and fifteen years of research in Molecular Biology at the CNR of Pavia, she moved in 2005 to Paris, parallel to her scientific career, I began to devote myself to painting, his passion forever. He attended the Ecole Nationale Supériore de Beaux-arts and the Ateliers de la Grande Chaumière. Since 2008 he has dedicated himself exclusively to art, collecting important international awards.
PIELA AUVINEN is a sculptor, an artist, a ceramist and a professional teacher in the cultural field, always engaged in the field of creative industries. Continuous personal development, as well as open mindedness, liberality, curiosity and interest in a variety of phenomena, events and people are the source of attention, objectives and meaning of his personal and artistic life.
In cooperation with Tablinum Cultural Management