Small Gallery at the Romanian Institute of Culture and Humanistic Research of Venice will hold paint painting exhibition "Visions tectonic" Vasile Sarca.
"The personal exhibition of the painter Vasile Sarca coincides with the visible enlargement of stylistic problems, compositional and chromatic experienced by the artist until now. His artistic vision seems to be concentrated in a visible manner to the architectural rigor of the forms, in conjunction with the accentuation of the very flexible modular syntax with which drives the visual dynamics. In color field are sensitized developments that go towards a simplification of the registers, in parallel with a spatial distribution of the painting, according to a smoother inner rhythm and more attractive at the same time, escaping from the rigors of the drawing and releasing the playful fantasy. Apparently the painter raises the aesthetic trends generated in the period of European modernism of the 30s and 40s (and here we think of artists such as Vasarely and Marc Rathko). The observation refers to the most recent pictorial compositions and broad dimensions around which it is built this exhibition project. [...] Of course, its well-known landscape approaches remain dominant themes and problems in the pictorial sense, that imposed in the last decade in the public consciousness. Stubborn promoter of the broader perspective, monumental, like an aerial view of the mysterious and fascinating picture of the earth with all its mineral wealth, plant, city, which seems to offer our eyes the ineffable image of a paradise almost lost. The two trends highlighted above are connected by the harmony of sensitive lively rhythms, which animates the artistic vision and gives shine and fancy color to its color palette. "
Corneliu Antim, art critic
Vasile Sarca was born May 20, 1958 in Braila, Romania. He graduated from the Polytechnic University of Bucharest, promotion 1984. And 'member of the Union of Artists branch Braila.
Personal exhibitions: Prague (Czech R.) 2005; Bucharest 2007, 2011, 2014; Brăila 2008. Group exhibitions: Mraconia 1996; Buşteni 1999; Brăila 2003-2016; Tabor (Czech R.) 2006; Galaţi 2008; Brussels 2011; Bucharest 2006-2016.
Vernissage: Friday, August 26, 2016, at 18:30
The exhibition can be visited at the Little Gallery Romanian Institute of Culture and Humanistic Research, located in Cannaregio 2212-30121 Venice, until September 9, every day, in the range 16-19 hours.
Entry is free.
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