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Paintings, drawings, collages, serigraphs, lithographs, sculptures, posters by Italian and international artists: in this section all the works of Contemporary Art for sale in our online catalog.

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Charles Moody (1979)
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Charles Moody (1979)

Oil on plywood

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Charles Moody (1979)

Oil on plywood

Charles Moody (1979), oil on plywood. Signed on the back. The work was exhibited at the solo exhibition "Borderland" at the Gallery 8 in Milan Corso Venezia, as evidenced by the paper to the back lable. Charles Moody graduated in 2003 at the Art Institute of Boston and, after three years in Milan, chooses to live in New York. In his art the focus at trial (conceptual art, process art) rather than to the image content and it is in this scrap that painting is at its best. An art that was created by the approval of television images (almost never films) and in particular from popular soap operas. Moody's work goes beyond the mass media image by customizing the selection for special images that, in his view, offer a potential narrative; are images of transition, moments of transition from one scene to the next. The artist uses a manual oil painting to reproduce the low quality of the tv picture extolling the "blurring" of blur. We are facing a loss of spatial dimension, in a temporality confused-diffuse-intangible which is difficult to recognize the boundaries ("Borderland"). In these perceptual distortions, in which time dilates expands, each painting represents a "indiscernibilità" in which the recognition of the object that takes second place. The time of Moody is neither Chronicle nor history but suspension. (From "Charles Moody, Borderland", curated by Gianni Romano, exhibition catalogue, CorsoVeneziaOtto, November-December 2009)

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Pierluigi Rolando
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Pierluigi Rolando

Parsifal

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Pierluigi Rolando

Parsifal

Mixed material sculpture: the body is in metal, the head in terracotta. An internationally renowned designer, Pierluigi Rolando, graduated in textile engineering and established himself primarily in the cashmere textile industry in the family business, creates garments that he himself defines as “cashmere sculptures modeled on the human body”. At the beginning of the 1970s he moved to design with collections for active sports and contributed to the birth of the Fila. In his free time he alternates sculptural interests with pictorial interests; invents figures in expanded polystyrene and collages in wood, cardboard and various materials. But sculpture has always been his great passion: for forty years art has been "lived hysterically in the spare time", but since 1993 Rolando has chosen to devote himself entirely to it. Using different materials such as terracotta, recycled iron, wood, proposes various subjects, with grotesque faces with tense and suffering expressions, strong and caricatured hands, symbols of ancient and heroic deeds of a distant era, characters of religions and mythology. His visionary universe is populated by warriors, leaders and emperors, horse-totems and imaginary creatures .; his art is suggestive, fairytale, enchanted. Also this Parsifal, the warrior of the cycle of the Knights of the Round Table, appears in his strength and powerful prowess, almost fake, solid in the armed body in metal, fragile in the terracotta head.

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Daniele Galliano
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Daniele Galliano

Jesus' Soldiers 2008

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Daniele Galliano

Jesus' Soldiers 2008

Oil and enamels on canvas. Title, date and signature on the back. Daniele Galliano, originally from Pinerolo, self-taught by training, begins to exhibit in Turin, where he lives and works, at the beginning of the 90s, quickly gaining a prominent place within that new Italian pictorial scene that moves his first pass in the late 1980s. His painting technique belongs to the so-called “photographic realism”, which involves the transition from photography to painting, changing the status of the image that the artist offers with a new and personal look. The same titles affixed to the works give an absolutely non-neutral reading of the scenes, but which expresses the artist's obligatory thought well. His reinterpreted images of places and people reach the Italian and foreign public and allow him to participate in important solo and group exhibitions in Europe and the United States. The work presented here offers an interpretation of a traditional liturgical moment: the group photo of a First Communion is transformed by Galliano into an absolute declaration of power in the center, with the black and white figures of the children - the yin and the yang - and the purple of the universe in the background. The work is accompanied by authentication on photo and catalog of Galliano's solo exhibition "All good things", created at the Raffaelli art studio in Trento in 2008, where the work was exhibited.

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Jenny Watson Mixed Technique Contemporary
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Jenny Watson Mixed Technique Contemporary

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Jenny Watson Mixed Technique Contemporary

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Mixed technique on fabric scraps, with added elements of various materials. The square canvas drawn with oil presents a figure of a woman on horseback; the horse's tail, to be applied on top, is made of synthetic hair; the painting is also accompanied by a small rectangular canvas with a text written in English, like the excerpt of a letter, and a ceramic ashtray in the shape of a horse, proposed alongside each other. Jenny Watson is an Australian artist (born and trained in Melbourne) who has adopted different stylistic approaches to her painting, using a range of different materials and fabrics, such as velvet elements and collages, and often combining images and words. The subjects she proposed have always tended to be autobiographical: starting from punk and feminist inspirations, Jenny Watson recreates an intimate diary in which figures and words intertwine to compose short daily narratives. Her personal iconography is made up of self-portraits (the red-haired woman is none other than the artist herself), horses, cats, domestic interiors and lettering, rendered with very fresh brushstrokes that leave a lot of space to the imagination, even if the figures are rendered in a very rigid and fixed way, as if to denounce the absence of social movement, especially towards women. Her pieces are often accompanied by small coloured canvases that display poetic descriptions of her work, making the viewer's identification process immediate. The piece proposed here was presented at a solo exhibition by Jenny Watson held in Trento in 2018, at the Raffaelli Art Studio, entitled "Jenny around the world". It is accompanied by photos showing how its presentation at this exhibition was carried out, and the invitation card to the exhibition of the buyers of the work is also attached. A small catalogue of the artist's exhibition held in Como in 1993 is also attached.

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