Polychromy lyrical landscapes and figures in a parallel universe dominated by a nearly unearthly beauty
Dream of living in a landscape of Luca Alinari. Kaleidoscope of colors such as Murano glass. Chromatic inimitable who come together in various combinations, as if they were part of a tapestry. Scene and ornamental figures surrounded by flowing lines and playful fill the canvases, painted like the wings of a butterfly. Polychromy opera. As a party, such as Carnival. A rainbow-colored paradise.
Luca Alinari has a deep and calm way of talking, a speech which is indicative of a contemplative spirit and the precious ability to make assumptions and continue to look within for answers. The interview.
Your landscape is idyllic. I always wondered how do you get through the medium of figurative, this feeling of peace, almost otherworldly beauty? It is not just a speech of colors, I wonder whether the composition, the lines ...
This question is not simple. The beauty must be resent in, is a state of mind that part of my mind, from my heart, a way of reacting to things in life. If you have an inner kind of poetic, inventive, you can get away with the fantasy. It is a parallel world to the real world, is a unique world, a world hypothesis.
The faces of his characters, in which many have recognized the DNA Sienese Gothic, are frail and austere together. Of indisputable formal perfection, sometimes enigmatic in content. What is your main communicative intention at the time of the creation of these figures?
Even here, there is intent to build a parallel world. Without faces, people, silent dialogues. Always aspire to create a spark between the viewer and the picture frame itself.
As a designer, what would the deal?
H or accomplished some major projects and there are others in the program. In general, I'd take care of an opera.
One in particular?
What would wish to contemporary Italian?
It is an art scene that would do well to break free from examples not just Italians. We have no reason to look elsewhere. It is absurd and stupid to be guided by artists of other countries, this attitude has been prompted by a series of media circumstances. So, my advice is to look within ourselves, with regard to the cultural tradition.