• Michele Zaza


    Michele Zaza’s work takes on a new character in this show as his photography enters into relationships with other media—sculpture, drawing, the space itself. Four principal “landscapes” are shown: photographs, repeated in series, are arranged vertically in groups of four, with each group occupying a wall of the room, Next to the photographed scenes, Zaza repeats the images in pencil drawings. Small geometric structures of painted wood hang above each group of photographs, forming a shape similar to the pointed roof of a house. In much current Italian art the theme of landscape is so obsessive

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