The ruins of Detroit
Le rovine di Detroit
The ruins of Detroit
Acrilico, spray su tela. 2017
Scena che rappresenta il decadimento di Detroit. L' abbandono delle infrastrutture e il lento deteriorarsi dell' ambiente urbano, lasciando posto a rovine e ruderi.
La tela viene concepita e realizzata dopo un viaggio in prima persona a Detroit.
Sono rimasto affascinato da questo ambiente di abbandono; e con l' aiuto di una tecnica mista e di colori forti e contrastanti ho cercato di ricreare questo sentimento di decadenza.
Un ambiente underground, sporco , vissuto, ma affascinante.
Un ambientazione spettrale ma che cattura l' attenzione e da delle emozioni forti e molto opposte.
Acrylic, spray on canvas. 2017
Scene that wants to represents the abandonment of Detroit.
The deterioration of a urban environment, that leave behind only ruins and wrecks.
This canvas was designed first, and realized than after a trip in Detroit.
I was nicely shocked by this sad feelings of abandon, and with the help of strong colors and powerfull contrasts I tried to recreate those feelings of decadence.
An underground environment, dirty., experienced but still fascinating.
A ghostly background that catch attention and gives so different and incomparable emotions.
SHORT BIOGRAPHY OF THE ARTIST
He was born in Trento ( 1987 ); graduated student at the G. B. Cignaroli Academy of fine arts in Verona, February 2014.Always interested in an alternative artistic path, trying to unite figurative style with abstraction; in a mixed technique, for example oil colors, acrylic colors and spray colors on the same canvas. The accurate study of female expressions is an important part of his research, in particular expressions of hate, violence, rage, but all with a light touch of sensuality.Strong comes the use of brighting and powerful colors, trying to create impressive and mighty contrasts; the purpose is to catch the crowd.He went to England ( Bristol ),once graduated, where he spent three years and where his career begun. He has been twice in New York as well, and it was truly influential for his art too.