“Every sign lives by its own limitless freedom”
Marcello Scarselli began his career in Italy’s tumultuous 70s pursuing a representation of the “real” as we might traditionally mean – he’s since developed a personal language of the pictorial “real,” through a methodical abstraction tied to sign and gesture.
The show, “Humanitas Machinarum” (Il Lavoro Dipinto) opens at the “La Limonaia” gallery in the Palazzo Medici Riccardi and will travel to the Palazzo Mediceo in Seravezza and the Museo Piaggio of Pontedera. The exhibition is curated by Giuseppe Cordoni and Filippo Lotti and is sponsored by the Regione Toscana and the Provincia di Firenze, together with FuoriLuogo and La Ruga cultural association.
Visit the artist’s website linked here.
The opening is this Friday, the 11th of January, 2013, at 4:30pm.
“Humanitas Machinarum” (Il Lavoro Dipinto)
From January 11th to January 21st, 2013
Palazzo Medici Riccardi
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