Paolo Scirpa italiano

Artwort
01 january 2015

AWM is the first issue of the new magazine by Artwort.com. It is based on just images and structured on "Augmented Reality". You can flip through the pages and read it on your smartphone or tablet.   “Everything exists in virtue of the empty [...]
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Light Art in Italy 2013. Temporary Installations, by Gisella Gellini
12 december 2014

Sixth book of the series, Light Art in Italy – Temporary Installations 2013, realised with the journalist Clara Lovisetti, is dedicated to Paolo Rosa, recently disappeared and with whom the Author co-operated to several cultural and editorial events. But as she [...]
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NEON. La materia luminosa dell’arte, MACRO - Roma. The Catalogue
23 june 2012

Present in our everyday lives for more than a century now, after having quickly become a symbol of modernity, neon is also one of the materials with the greatest expressive potential in the field of contemporary art. From the 50s on, its dematerialized energy, its [...]
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VAF STIFTUNG The Collection - General Catalogue
01 may 2012

The VAF Foundation possesses one of the largest collections of modern and contemporary Italian art. By virtue of the great number of artists represented and the rich stylistic diversity of the works, it can also be regarded in art-historical terms as bearing key [...]
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"Light Art in Italy 2011. Temporary installations" by Gisella Gellini, photo CD and book, English text, Maggioli Editore, February 2012
22 march 2012

[...] "This edition of Light Art in Italy 2011 – temporary installations is strongly focused on the artist of light. My choise responds to a need for clarity, but having worked and researched in this fields for years, I am aware of the close relationship and [...]
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Transparencies of light and colour: windows in the church of the Divin Pianto at Cernusco sul Naviglio (Milan, Italy)
23 july 2011

New suggestions are created by the vibrant light resulting from combinations of geometrical forms and blended colours, with references and expansion that constantly interact. The windows filter sunlight as it enters the church, with changing patterns and angles during [...]
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