Three artists whose explorations in “the real” have yielded very different results show in “3 x 3” at the Eduardo Secci Contemporary gallery in Pietrasanta.
Chiara Dynys has focused her research on the cognitive processes of environment, work and spectator. Dynys show works from her “Duale” series, reduplicated visions of object/subject, work/spectator – works seen through lenticular lenses, or shiny reflective surfaces. Sergio Lombardo, a Roman artist whose “typical gestures” paintings of the 60s – stark black and white silhouettes of famous persons – teeter between sign and icon. Michelangelo Pistoletto, was central figure of the Italian “Arte Povera” movement continues his exploration of reality through his “Quadri Specchianti,” his mirrored paintings, through which he upends the traditional concept of perspective, where the spectator ends up within the work.
The opening is tonight, Saturday, the 8th of August, 2014 from 7pm to midnight.
Visit the gallery website, for more information, linked here.
Chiara Dynys, Sergio Lombardo, Michelangelo Pistoletto
“3 x 3”
From the 8th of August to the 30th of September, 2014
Eduardo Secci Contemporary
Via Stagio Stagi, 38