• 5 February 2023 19:23

Simona Uberto and Silvia Perramon Rubio: Spot

Italiano (Italian)

GLI EROICI FURORI ARTE CONTEMPORANEA
Via Melzo 30 | 20129 MILANO

Curated by Silvia Agliotti
Opening Dicember 7- 
from 10 am to 8 pm

7 – 11 Dicember 2021
Gallery hours: Tuesday to Saturday 10 am to 7 pm
Cell. 347 8023868 Tel. 02 37648381 silvia.agliotti@furori.it www.furori.it

At Gli eroici furori from 7 to 11 December 2021a plural dialogue between artists of different generations and languages ​​that express themselves giving life to small “Spots“, intended as open spaces, to the possibilities where things happen, languages ​​that express themselves and evolve through the relationship with others. Small spots of light and shadows that chase each other indissolubly ….

The Spot exhibition presents the work of Simona Uberto, an Italian artist and teacher of painting in Brera, and of Silvia Perramon Rubio, a young Spanish artist and architect.

The proposed different works live and interact freely in the artistic terrain of the possibilities between: painting, photography, collage, embroidery, generating spontaneous aggregations of meanings.

Simona Uberto

She models the landscape, inverting its perspective values: she dissects it, fragments it, and then reassembles it in a new vision on different levels, recreating an image born from the vision of reality but which has become fantastic.An imaginary and surprising landscape where everything does not return and the gaze bounces. Simona works on personal and territorial boundaries, on everyday life, on perceptive disorientation, as in the latest works in the exhibition entitled “Dismissals”, a series of collages of surreal landscapes between two and three-dimensional.

The artist focuses on the here and now, on the possible and the invisible, between real and imaginary.

Silvia Perramon Rubio

She works with embroidery in 2D and 3D observing and investigating society through portraits of famous people, tracing point by point, patiently searching for the deepest existential meaning. The sculpture of the heart presented in the exhibition, so dear to Silvia, is a symbol of humanity and goodness even behind the coldest and most hostile “facades”. The artist thus attempts an approach to that intimate world usually hidden under “a thousand sequins” of light …

Admissions to the exhibition will be limited in compliance with safety regulations.

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