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Porcorosso arazzato. Chiara Calore Malamegi Lab
   
Chiara Calore gathers up the fruits of a slow gestation of the natural element, dominant in her work. The key animal of her work revolves around an extensive ornithological sample of more or less common species of birds. Disturbing like reptiles but more heterogeneous and brash, also due to the relationship with the aerial element, birds remain elusive, marginal to the human experience - if not in places such as the artist’s native one. Their physiognomy has apparent personality and character: the gestures of the birds, their “expressions”, together with the sound language unintelligible to us, are a sign of an estrangement close to the human and artistic condition. The allegorical power is reabsorbed here by a painting that tends towards the abstraction of subjects, to impetuous narrations, focused on movements of escape, synthesis, internal tensions to the relationship with the surface. In this phase Chiara also develops the element of the landscape towards ever more complex directions, in which the sewing element explicitly becomes the light. Even if her approach is now also developing on canvas and in clearer colours, we present here two mdf boards, prepared with rabbit-skin glue, which can be considered the two moments of transition and carried out in the pictorial experience today.
In addition to a grey-toned table that represents the passage of a flock of sea- gulls, with bodily boundaries of different definitions, which give an indication of the thickness, the waste, the vision, a clear, almost floating mountain subject is exhibited, with aquamarine accents, which is Chiara’s other natural element: the landscape. She wanted to match it in the exhibition with a selection of the most recent inks on rice paper, which, thanks to the transparencies of the support and the material, have the advantage of highlighting the simplification processes of the form and drawing in relation to light. In almost all his works, cutting irony, defiance and irreverence are revealed, which are lurking under a refined patina of anonymity.
Porcorosso arazzato
Modern and Contemporary Art,  Paintings,  Oil
Author: Chiara Calore
200 x  200 cm  /   78.7 x  78.7 in
Authenticity / Provenance: Original  /   Mounting: On Canvas  /   Period: Contemporary  /  
 
Posted: may 23, 2020 / Modified: may 23, 2020
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Porcorosso arazzato
2,000 €  1,420 £  2,280 $ 
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Malamegi Lab
Malamegi Lab
Artists association 
Italy
Oil
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