Alessio Deli exhibits in our gallery from 2016.
Alessio Deli (1981). After graduating from the Art Institute of Marino, in 2004, he graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Carrara with a specialization in sculpture. Discipline teaches at plastic the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome. His works have been acquired by: Basilica di Santa Maria in Aracoeli, Roma - Museo MACS, Catania - Raccolta Civica d'Arte Contemporanea di P.zzo Simoni Fò, Bienno, Brescia - Museo Arte Contemporanea Roberto Bilotti, Rende, Cosenza - Galleria Nazionale della Calabria, Cosenza - Palazzo Munucipale San Quirico d'Orcia, Siena - SedeGenerale TV2000, Roma - Antico Collegio Martino Filetico, Città di Ferentino - Università degli Studi "La Sapienza" Roma - Nuova Chiesa S. Pietro Apostolo, Cosenza - Chiostro S. Bonaventura al Palatino, Roma - Parco Porporati, Torino. Alessio Deli as a contemporary artist with a classical heart. Deli, in fact a faithful interpreter of modern decadent civilization but also a visionary evoker of ancient culture , a characteristic which is always prominent in the DNA of Italian artist. From this stems the originality of his artistic output, which might appear disconnected in terms of form and theme but is actually always perfectly true to his poetic vision from his alluring female heads, which bring to mind classical nymphs oe ancient shiels decorations, to his ancient idols wrapped in sheets of iron, similar to the blankets used in modern sea rescues. Past and present, together with nature and artifice, exist in the game of simulation adopted by Deli. Alessio Deli knows his craft well and is master of the most varied skills while favoring those that exploit the aesthetic and symbolic values of metal, be it iron, bronze or copper. A manual ability that is not improvised but derives from the long practice of his talent, used to facilitate the output of works that express a free and inventive creativity. Taken from the text by Francesco Negri Arnoldi
From 09/09/2017 to 30/09/2017
Tutti i giorni 10:30 - 19:30
Edizioni Gagliardi - 2017
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