"Symmetry of appearance" and "emotional Trasmigrazioni"
Double exhibition photography
Wednesday, September 14, 2016, at 18.30, at the Small Gallery Romanian Institute of Culture and Humanistic Research of Venice will take place the inauguration of the double exhibition "Symmetry of appearance" by Maria Grazia Galatà, edited by Marco Nereo Rotelli, and "emotional Trasmigrazioni" Camelia Mirescu, edited by Claudio Crescentini.
The metaphorical principle that leads the concept of the two exhibitions and shape, able to express the unrepeatable time, the reality of consciousness, the vital soul authenticity and self-consciousness. The optics of the reading of the work of artists expands the content that goes beyond the meaning of what we watch, what the artist encourages us to look at and focus on that, to finish inevitably to become what we watch and then the meaning of the understanding, understanding and sharing of the observer to become art itself.
Maria Grazia Galatà, is a poet and, at the same time, deals with photography. Which poet took part in the "Night of the poets" of 2005 as part of a 51-Venice Biennale together with Ana Blandiana organized Romanian Institute of Venice. In the same year, he participated with a work-poetic picture in the exhibition of the Italian Pavilion, curator Philippe Daverio. In 2009, as part of "Light" Night, to the 53-a Venice Biennale, he organized by Marco Rotelli, participated with other photographic works. In collaboration with the Romanian Institute of Venice collaborated, in 2011, together with the artists Pinina Podesta and Robert Quelven the exhibition dedicated to Emil Cioran organized at the Cultural Centre "Candiani" Mestre, while in 2013, along with Traven Milovich signed the exhibition dedicated to Paul Celan "he speaks the truth the speaker of shadows".
Camelia Mirescu is Romanian painter and writer who lives and works in Rome for more than two decades. E 'author of several solo exhibitions and participated in group exhibitions among which are: "Marfici" (Buenos Aires, Argentina) 2016; "The sign elsewhere and Identity" (Pescara, Italy) 2016; "Miradas Suspendidas" (Buenos Aires, Argentina) 2016; "Green Earth", (Guwahati, India) 2016; "Egosuperegoalterego" (Rome, Italy) 2016; "Sator" (Viterbo, Italy) 2014; "Creative cities collection" (London, Great Britain) in 2012.
The exhibition, organized by the Institute of Romanian Culture and Humanistic Research, can be visited at the Little Gallery located in Cannaregio 2211.
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