The mountains of northeastern Italian, specifically the beef, is well suited to his artistic review
Rugged mountains, less known in the Dolomites, with a personality all of them, a human landscape thinned and many paths to reach goals, physical and spiritual, artistic and poetic.
Always, the mountains (as his "opposite" Geologically, the sea) inspired poets and writers, but not all. There is also some art that goes beyond the realism of painters and landscapers who want to take back their space. That goes beyond the urban areas and then to get back, also through the artistic gesture, a place considered "natural," or at least close to human perception of nature - which is often not a realistic perception, but distorted by the idea of nature. That reflects the essence and wonders of nature (landscape) but also of nature, such as literary and artistic topos.
That's what I tried to do Comunicarte, publisher of Trieste, Tolmezzo, bringing together different artists from various origins and identity in the exhibition Vette - Paths to contemporary art, which sees the last days of opening Frisacco Palace. Guest of honor Gino De Dominicis , artist Ancona which it is proposed an interesting selection on the theme, including the documentary film "An attempt to fly." Another recurring theme of the exhibition is certainly loved the neon Area in 2009, by Massimo Uberti, neon installation that draws artificially love for nature, through the coldness of neon.
Despite the presence of the name "important" De Dominicis, the intentions of the curator Lorenzo Michelli (Comunicarte), "we would not limit the organization of exhibitions culminating in the paint, but many events organized to transform the place into a living space and full of proposals. "
This is a view that clashes with the current trend of "condensation" of multiple events in the festival of short duration. Here we see not only the interest of citizenship and its "need for culture, but also to increased royalty income that revolves around the culture. This year Comunicarte develops a larger project that will see four exhibitions with a wealth of explanatory material, to bridge the gap between the public and contemporary art. It is aimed not only to the public in large cities, but, in keeping with the philosophy of this first exposure, even in the suburbs: How Tolmezzo and meat.
The exhibition is open until 26 September in Palazzo Frisacco (Tolmezzo, Udine). Sunday 26 am to 11 am, also, you can take a guided tour by Michael Lupis. For info: www.comune.tolmezzo.ud.it