• Giacinto Cerone

    Galleria Alessandra Bonomo

    With broad summarizing capability, the vast collection of Giacinto Cerone’s plaster and ceramic pieces reconciled all the intrinsic qualities of three-dimensional expression: the dialogue between solid and void, concave and convex, weight and balance, mimesis and abstraction. Cerone’s anxious spontaneity, his crude and seductive attention to the potential of material revealed the process used, the energy employed, the modifications carried out: all the primordial activity of shaping, manipulating, constructing, and destroying.

    In this show Cerone seemed to have a great desire to review the tactics

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