reviews

  • Marco Del Re

    Luigi Deambrogi

    Marco Del Re exhibits two different techniques in the gallery’s two spaces: in the larger space, the walls are covered entirely by a thin sheet of paper haphazardly glued on so that the waves and ridges become part of the work, which is executed in charcoal; in a much smaller room, the painter intervenes directly on the preexisting false wooden walls with oil paints diluted to varying degrees.

    Entering this space, especially after a journey through Venice’s intense chromatic hues, the severe black and white of the work, which covers all the walls in a sort of monochrome fresco, produces shocking

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  • Marco Del Re

    Luigi Deambrogi

    Marco Del Re exhibits two different techniques in the gallery’s two spaces: in the larger space, the walls are covered entirely by a thin sheet of paper haphazardly glued on so that the waves and ridges become part of the work, which is executed in charcoal; in a much smaller room, the painter intervenes directly on the preexisting false wooden walls with oil paints diluted to varying degrees.

    Entering this space, especially after a journey through Venice’s intense chromatic hues, the severe black and white of the work, which covers all the walls in a sort of monochrome fresco, produces shocking

    Read more