• Marisa Albanese

    Galleria Dina Caròla

    Classical in appearance, Marisa Albanese’s sculptures reveal, on closer examination, a hidden dimension. Four resin figures placed on aluminum pedestals occupied only a portion of the gallery space. From the title of the installation, Korai (all works 2000), one understood that this was a group of women warriors, although they presented no heroic gestures, no implications of action let done of incipient conflict. The off-center position and reduced scale of the figures allowed the otherwise empty space of the gallery to predominate. Though their faces and clothing were identical, the figures

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