Maurizio Mastromatteo


Present in our gallery since 2008.

...I perceived that it was the sign to have the heavy task to substitute figurative images and to reflect the architectural intention of religious places which, contrarily to ours, don't propose hierarchical spaces, vertically structured to the altar, but, through the infinite playing of arches and columns, aim to the loss of individual boundaries and at the same time to an intimate participation to the ceremony. Thus the sign concurs to create geometries without beginnings nor ends; a graphic and plastic rhythm. My inspiration to the Arabic calligraphy is also connected to the structure of writing, where letters are one-another naturally linked, in a continuous sign, a sort of frieze. ...

Montelupo Capraia
From 16/05/09 to 31/05/09
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