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Solo exhibition edited by Alessandra Redaelli
From 21 May to 7 June 2019 – Margutta Home, via Margutta 55, Rome
Giampiero Abate in ultrareal invites us to reflect on how, in a society devoted to perfection, especially aesthetic, art finds its own space within the dialogue between reality and ideal The artistic beauty thus becomes a question about our deepest needs and aspirations.
The artist presents five unpublished works , made with the very precise technique of the acrylic to aerographer on canvas, of an impeccable formal cleaning, and starts from the five platonic solids – The only regular polygons with equivalent edges and tops that inscribed in a sphere have all their leaders on its surface – for an investigation that has its roots in the history of art and science. Quoted by Plato in Timeo, studied by Piero della Francesca and Paolo Uccello, analyzed by Luca Pacioli and illustrated by Leonardo da Vinci, the five figures, a symbol of the perfection of the universe, become with abbot beating heart of the painting.
This is the challenge collected by Giampiero Abate with ultrareal , the staff who took place in Rome at Margutta Home from 21 May to 7 June , where he presented a series of works Unpublished, made with a very precise technique characterized by impeccable formal cleaning. The artist starts from the analysis of the five Platonic solids – the only regular polygons with equivalent edges and tops that inscribed in a sphere have all their leaders on its surface – for an investigation that has its roots in the history of art and of science.
The exhibition also introduced the use of the augmented reality applied to art, thanks to the partnership with Ar Market , which, through the dedicated app downloadable for free on its smartphone, the visitor enters” inside “of the paintings, in a” ultra -rough “dimension, enrolled Observe 360 °, with a complete, emotional and interactive immersion.
During the vernissage a buffet and tastings of wines was set up thanks to the Quinto Moro Ristorante Sardo and Maltese Food and Wine
Organization from Arts in Rome
Exhibition edited by Alessandra Redaelli