Exhibitors 2023



Guernica59

Guernica59

The work reflects, with all its impetuousness, the ability to represent the most tragic side of the wars summarized in Picasso’s Guernica. Increasingly, because of its multidimensionality, it allows to associate an experiential fruition that transfers even more drama, with the crossing and interaction with the work.
The woman coming out the window, the muzzles of the horse and the bull, the woman with the dying baby and the soldier’s open arms. The repetition of a dramatic event, the war, leads to emptying forms: full bodies disappear and only the skeletons of pain remain. The use of recycling, iron and rust in Guernica 59, is a technique used by the artist to express a provocative message and breaking with the dominant artistic view about consumerism.


Guernica59

Sergio Scarcelli

Sergio Scarcelli, began his very personal collection in 1979. In 1983 the first exhibition of works of art obtained from recovered and recycled material and then the association with Riscarti Festival from the first edition. Recycling, dexterity, memory, are the three key components of Scarcelli’s work: and it is in this path that "the dispossessed waste" as he defines them, become a language and an opportunity to enrich new visions, new possibilities "I build works that remove from the waste cycle material dangerous for the environment " The waste has the secret of the story, we are interpreters of their history and their memory, we can turn into a flower what was once a bomb: no longer offended but hope for a different world.


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