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Galleria Monica De Cardenas

Maurizio Arcangeli, Stephan Balkenhol, Flavio Bonetti, Anne Chu, Klodin Erb, Philip Lorca diCorcia, Gianluca Di Pasquale, Francesca Gabbiani, Franz Gertsch,Linda Fregni Nagler, Craigie Horsfield, Chantal Joffe, Alex Katz, Juul Kraijer, Claudia Losi, Lutz&Guggisberg, Djordje Ozbolt, Barbara Probst, Markus Raetz, Hannah Starkey, Christine Streuli, Thomas Struth.

Milano

Italy
Address:
Via Francesco Viganò 4
20124
Phone: +39 02 29010068
Fax: +39 02 29005784
Website: www.monicadecardenas.com


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Current Exhibitions

Exhibition:
Gianluca Di Pasquale
until April 2


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Art Fairs

Artissima 2010
FIAC Paris 2010
ArtBasel 2010
ArteFiera Bologna 2010


Press Releases

We are pleased to announce an exhibition of recent paintings by Gianluca Di Pasquale.

In these latest works the female figure becomes the main actor of the scene. But these mysterious women are shown from behind, making it impossible to ascertain their identity. We thus find ourselves observing a series of backs of women wearing garments with floral or abstract motifs. The further we delve into these intricate textures, the more we find ourselves immersed in an unknown, abstract pictorial landscape.

“To me the women in these portraits are much freer to express themselves, due to the impossibility to control a part of the body that remains unknown to them. These portraits seem to be able to capture a more intimate psychology of their subjects, displaying them without defenses, without filters. Their clothes become landscapes, the decorations mantras or prayers that frame their essence as women" says Gianluca Di Pasquale.

Immaculate white returns as a characteristic feature of Di Pasquale’s compositions, ready to host the female bodies and floral elements in an absolute, delicate space. This operation itself becomes paint... [ Read all ]


Contact-Directors/Staff

Monica De Cardenas


Opening Times

Tuesday-Saturday 3-7 pm