March 20, 2013, via Piacenza 14. at 10:30. Presentation of Rose Blu, part of my polittico, Rose, a large work of 3 sections, pigment and cloth on canvas, a collage I realized in 1991 – 1992, whose single sections have been donated to different institutions and historical sites in Milano. Rose Blu has been donated to the Casa delle Donne Maltrattate( CADMI).
Cari amici, eccoci dunque all’appuntamento della mostra e consegna dei pezzi, circa 130 dell’edizione speciale, che ho dipinto al mio ritorno dal viaggio in nave nel mio studio a New York. La mostra aprira’ negli spazi della Galleria, ai Frigoriferi Milanesi in via Piranesi 10, il 7 Febbraio, alle ore 19. La consegna dei dipinti ai sostenitori del mio progetto che gentilmente un anno fa hanno acquistato un mio lavoro sulla fiducia, avverra’ il 10 Febbraio dalle ore 15 alle ore 19.
Dear friends, my show in Milano based on the project Sailing away to Paint the Sea will be opening February 7, 2013 at the futuristic space for the arts, the Frigoriferi Milanesi. Here, in the space called the Galleria, I will exhibit 130 paintings, 10 x 12 in, canvas on boards, most of which have been purchased last year to fund my project. Friends and supporters will withdraw their paintings on Sunday February 10th, from 3pm to 7 pm.During the exhibition two films will be projected to document my journey on the freighter vessel Isolda which left the steel Tata factory in IJmuiden, Holland, on June 22, 2012 to arrive at the port of Cleveland, Ohio the morning of July 5th, 2012.
Here is the PDF of a very good article by Francesca Tarantino about my project, Voglio viaggiare su una nave per Dipingere il Mare/ Sailing away to Paint the Sea and about my solo exhibition which is still on view until Nov. 18 at the Stephen B. Luce library, SUNY Maritime College.
Genus Bononiae is the biggest city organization about arts and music in the town of Bologna, Italy. Genus Bononiae has a very important collection of contemporary art and one of my painting about the Battle of Anghiari, purchased in 2006 by the Cassa di Risparmio Foundation is now officially listed in this collection.
Virtual Journey through the Italian Art Labyrinth:
Five meetings with artist and art historian Vittoria Chierici
Saturdays 2:00 – 4:00 pm, October 20, 27, November 3, 10, 17
Vittoria Chierici, a prominent artist from Bologna, will present Italy as a collection of small towns enriched by their historic centers bearing profound histories that lead to extending paths in art, culture, and time. Students attending will construct a virtual voyage based on places where they have visited or have yet to see. Most of these unique spots are off the tourist path and will present our participants with terminology not only useful for a journey but leading to a greater understanding of their artistic culture.
Chierici will conduct her journeys primarily in Italian.
Hi there, here is the link to Youtube to watch a short about my experience on the ship Isolda.This film has been produced and edited by David Roy and it will be premiered at the Stephen B Luce Library Oct. 18 during the opening of my show, 3 pm.
SUNY Maritime College
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Sailing Away to Paint the Sea: solo show of 20 paintings – 10 x 11 inches, canvas on wood panels, and screening of a video journal of my trip, edited by David Roy, with music by Charles Edmund Briggs, at Stephen B. Luce library, SUNY Maritime College, in New York City. The show will be a special event: a unique opportunity to present to the students and teachers my new project, based on a journey on the freighter ship Isolda of the PZM polish company, which left Europe, on June 22 2012, from the Tata Steel Factory in IJmuiden, Holland and arrived in Cleveland, Ohio, after 14 days of straight navigation.
The show will open on Thursday, October 18 2012 at 3pm and will last three weeks, until November first. The show will be open also on Saturdays and Sundays. Please, check the schedule of the library for the visiting hours: http://www.sunymaritime.edu/stephenblucelibrary/hours.htm