Snapshots from hereyond is a collection of pictorial snapshots, a collection of intimate glimpses on a moment of great sharing like Holy Friday «Processione» To realize these paintings I started from some shots token during the Procession. I was not so interested in portraying merely a public event, but the small scraps of reality hidden by tradition. The result are pictorial snapshots highlighting the little visual world hidden behind a widely acknowledged ritual, so highly felt by Tarquinia inhabitants.
Ultimo Uomo new collaboration
How far you can get the obsession of a man to achieve its objectives?
Adobe Illustrator CC
Sguardi sul Cristo Risorto
Maximiliano Chimuris draw – Personal exhibition.
Auditorium San Pancrazio
Via delle Torri, 15
17 to April 27, 2014
Faith and traditions are undoubtedly interconnected; sometimes, in particular events like the Risen Christ Procession holding in Tarquinia, Italy, this link becomes symbiotic. Pride, need for affiliation, joy of co-sharing a tradition keeping a village involved in a sole emotion go far beyond faith. Impossible to remain apathetic in front of the mystical solemnity of this Statue “jumping” among the crowdy narrow roads of Tarquinia. This commotion, the relentless feeling touching even the most rational and critics, is the axis around which the works featuring in this exhibition rotates. It’s a deep reflection in images about feelings moving communities. I abidingly decided to move the sight out from the Risen Lord and to concentrate on glimpses, faces, bodies of a community proud of its origins, proud and joyful to stay together and impassioned when facing an event that makes it possible to recollect and endure faith. You people living in Tarquinia, you are the main characters of this exhibition, “Glimpses on Risen Lord”. You and your pride, your emotions, your joy of sharing traditions.
Cintia Scianna, curator.
May 23 – April 1
La Lestra small culture house
Treatise on anatomy collective exhibition
Former church of St. Spirit (Via delle Torri 45)
Tarquinia – Italy
Texts by Fabrizio Gabrielli
Curator: Cintia Scianna
in collaboration with Art Zinghereria
FRIDAY ‘3 to 20.00 TASTING SENSORY by Chiara Romiti (to offer)
Anatomy (from the greek ανατομή, Anatome = “dissection”, formed by ανά, anà = “through”, and τέμνω, Temno = “cut”)
1 science that studies living organisms in their external and internal structure, through direct examination, dissection of individual apparatuses, organs, tissues 2 (estens.) the structure of an organism (also fig.) 3 dissection of a body in the parts that compose 4 (fig.) cold and meticulous analysis.
The human body has always been a favorite subject in art, the subject-object symbol par excellence: the representation of ideal beauty to the allegorical personifications of every sin and virtue, vehicle joys and sufferings personal, social, universal.
In an opposite view, science with its analytical methodology devoid of any symbolic character breaks the objects studied, in order to achieve the objective knowledge, reliable, verifiable and shareable.
The anatomy dissects the body, isolating each part, depriving it of its contextuality, to understand how its singularity interacts with the Whole.
What if we could apply the scientific method to the art? We could then break down the subject-object symbolic in its parts, analyzing the symbolism inherent in each, the art, however, has an advantage in this case: the parts of the whole are also subject-symbolic objects in themselves, regardless of the subject “container” , do not need the context to mean rather the interaction is enriched with new possibilities.
And ‘this is our experiment, the purpose of our research: dissecting the symbol, to reach the subjective knowledge.