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"Surreal Horizons - Orizzonti surreali"
2007-02-11 until 2007-02-24
Il Ramo d'Oro
"Surreal Horizons double persona by Bruno Bruno and Salvatore Starace" will be shown at Il Ramo d'Oro in Naples for the last two weeks of February, 2007. The exhibition will be open daily except Thursdays and Holidays until the 24th February 2004 from 4 to 8 pm. Different in their expressions but similar in the root of their inspiration, Bruno and Storace don’t look for things but they meet the sight of these things. Illogical, irrational on uncertain scale with a strange realism, their research is contaminated by unconscious elements in the lesson of the surrealism. Il Ramo d'Oro promotes their artists with a Gallery Portfolio at absolutearts.com.
Bruno Bruno was born in Naples, where he lives and works. He studied at Perugia Academy Peter Vanucci, where he attended the painting and restoration courses, and where he began to mould his artistic identity.
He studies in details the pictorial technique and the contents of the works of Bosch, and also the surrealist Daĺ, Ernst, Magritte, Tanguy.
After his studies he now sees and lives in a different way and with a different sensibility the past masters’ art. In a surrealistic space, in the paradoxical immobility of a time that passes inexorable unknown projections emerge on a bare painting as a dechirichian metaphysical heritage, where empty and improbable architectures and extreme architectures symbolize a deep sense of loneliness and alienation of the human being. Men’s small figures - nearly pointed even if in their completeness – start an utopian fight against the time. He thinks back, through able plays of lines and colours, the abstract shapes of the figurative arts of the last century, and reproposes them with his personal view: in a rich universe of dreamy contents, subtle and fantastic atmospheres, where everything evokes last memories, forgotten dreams, even if unconsciously hidden in restricted meanders of the memory.
View more of this exhibition or work by other Il Ramo d'Oro artists at: http://galleries.absolutearts.com/ilramodoro
Size: 60 x 35 x 2 centimeters (width x height x depth), 1 kilograms
Medium: Oil Painting
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