“Patchwork”, my solo exhibition opening today (48 pics)
My solo exhibition has opened today in the San Giorgio Library (Pistoia, Italy). Finally I can show the artworks I did in the last 2 years (some of them). For me, showing my art is a way to turn over a new leaf and go on.
The setting up is pretty good, in my opinion. The library has 8 large windows for exhibition, and another couple of rooms in the hall. The windows are expecially good to show outwards.
There are a lot of dogs in my last artworks:
I did also an installation specifically for this venue and this exhibition:
The second windows from outside:
The first window with the city-masks and a the large painting “The living city”:
The other windows from outside:
A window with three large paintings. The light is not good at the moment, but I asked to add a couple of lamps:
The library director introduced the exhibition as the last event of the Year of Culture (Pistoia was chosen as Italian Capital of Culture for 2017):
I’m not so good in public speaking, so I just talked briefly to thank the Municipality and the people who helped me and wanted this exhibition.
I used the inside exhibition room for my drawings:
As I said, I did an installation in one of the windows:
This installation, “The daily fairy tale”, has been one of the most appreciated artwork in the show.
And these are the whole group of the artworks.
The crowded city:
We see you:
At the bottom of the abyss:
A powerfull voice:
The letters spitter:
We live here:
History hunts 2:
City of conflicts:
Take me away:
I can’t believe it!:
The school of Athens:
The naked city:
So it goes:
The living city:
One of the drawings:
I’m going to shoot a video of the exhibition in the next days.