Here some pics and videos from where my works have been exhibited
‘Come sarai domani’ - How will you be tomorrow?
Artwork for “Mascherine della Vittoria” – Victoria’s masks, online group show by Galleria Vittoria with the support of TWM magazine
The core of our thoughts during this Covid-19 pandemia are: what the future holds?
Which will be our new reality?
This the starting point of my piece that shows all the profound unease that we feel towards the future.
Starting from the suggestions of what’s around me, I break down and reassemble the elements keeping the suggestion of the original archetype deviating from ordinary trajectories to follow new paths prompting the viewer to perceive figures that are at the same time familiar and elusive.
A permanent revolution, an infinite game, in which the known is not: it has become something else, other, elusive, disturbing.
Leonardo Spirito Infinito
Group exhibition at the historical Museo Diocesiano of Velletri curated by Claudia Zaccagnini as part of theevents organized for the 500 years death anniversary of Leonardo
Starting from thesuggestions of what’s around me, I brake down and reassemble the elementskeeping the suggestion of the original archetype. Prompting the viewer toperceive figures that are at the same time familiar and elusive. The known Leonardo’sfigures are taken from their own time and brought in the contemporaneity
A constant revolution andgame in which what you think is known is not and has become something other,new, uncatchable and sometimes disturbing.
'ImmaginareLeonardo’: Group exhibition as part of the events organised for the 500 yearsdeath anniversary of Leonardo introduced by prof. PhilippeDaverio
the last arisotelic
and the first engineer’ – Philippe Daverio. 2019
The exhibit had 3 important venues and for each I’veproduced a specific piece. CastelloSonnino in Livorno, Palazzo Genovese in Salerno and Galleria Vittoria in Rome.
‘Asa grown-up he still continued playing, which sometimes made himappear strange and incomprehensible to his contemporaries’ – Sigmund Freud,1910
Faithfullto my path and the idea of playfulness I proceeded in my artistic journey thatsees me ripping apart the surfaces and reunite them again in a single artwork.
Startingfrom the suggestions of what’s around me, I brake down and reassemble theelements keeping the suggestion of the original archetype. Prompting the viewerto perceive figures that are at the same time familiar and elusive.
Leonardo’sknown elements are taken from their time and place and taken to the here andnow. A permanent revolution, a constant game of mutation, in which the knownisn’t anymore known: it has become other, new, elusive, sometimes evendisturbing.
This solo show took place at Giostra at the ex military barracks in Via Guido Reni 7, Rome, Italy
Writes ofRosemary Salkin Sbiroli the critic Romina Guidelli:
The workof Rosemary Salkin Sbiroli recalls the Clinamen theory described byLucrezio in the ‘De rerum natura’, which is the ability that the primalbodies have to deviate from ordinary trajectories to follow new paths.An event that supports an innate but variable oscillation: the miracle of apermanent revolution. This constant moment of genesis generates infinite ‘othernature’, abstract if compared to the known data, but that doesn’t looseperfection in her mutation. Is new creation that participates to theinfinite variables of endless forces, choosing Liberty as themain power.
Artistic direction @Galleria_Vittoria
This solo show took place at the Galleria Vittoria in Via Margutta 103, Rome, Italy