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"all is one"

Always more frequently we live in multicultural societies where it peers out the globalization that pushes towards a flattening of the cultures and it limits the typical versatility of human beings. Versatility as characteristic of the universe that hosts us, as the etymology of the same word explains: All is one, everything goes towards the same direction. Nevertheless, paradoxically, differences are always more lived with drama. The tensions in the societies of our world are evident and they are opposed to that equilibrium of differences that mother nature has pointed out as the path to follow to live in balance.

I want my paintings to be shown to individuals undressed of their prejudices, of their cultural background, their fears. My works desire to bring us entirely to the essence. All is one.
I have always thought to the art as to something that raises awareness in the human being mind , that brings him to his true nature, to that spirit who doesn't have the filter of acquaintances accumulated in a life.

I like to represent what it is tied up to the world as place where we live in, where so many individualities live different lifes intente however to give the answer to the most difficult of the questions: Who are we? Given my western extraction, mainly turn my interst into cultures different than mine, a lot of times visited during travels and known directly.

African portraits bring me back to an ancestral earth, where everything perhaps has begonnen. Rhythms are slow, they follow the time dictated by mother nature. From nature comes everything we have, we learn from it and from it we obtain that peace that derives from the acceptance. To fight is to fight against oneself.

The Orient often sends me back to those monks who dedicate life to the search of theirselves. I represent them since they manifest a spirituality that is tied up to the individual search of each of us more than to the religion as dogma. How Ghandi said": God doesn't have religion." And he is in all of us.

My abstract works recall the austral continent where the aboriginals lived closely connected to the earth. The traditions were orally handed down and the graphics representations were a mix of ancestral visions, maps of routes for the vastness to be crossed and forms of superior orders tied to the spirit and the collective memory. The man, the nature, the creation are the All. All is one.

I do not set limits to the public to which I address me. Everybody, leaving aside rationality, cultural extraction, prejudices, can perceive the sense of the oneness that I want to transmit. I exhort you not to use the mind, it divides. We look and we listen with the heart. The heart unites us. To look and to breathe this sense of belonging to the All place us so much above the distinctions that the human being with is "presumed intelligence" has been able to trace in the millennia. All is one, All is interconnected. Never more than now man feels the need of a reflection. Science, knowledge, search have improved the mere material condition of few, but a void has been created. There is no harmony, there is no exchange, there is not the conviction that to bring damage to others and to anything that surrounds us it means to cause damage to ourselves.
All is one

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  • Vernissage 29 giugno ore 18.00, ART in ROME in piazza Navona, via dei Parioni 10. ROMA
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  • Vernissage 29 giugno ore 18.00, ART in ROME in piazza Navona, via dei Parioni 10. ROMA
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V aspetto il 29 giugno alle ore 18.00 alla ART Gallery Rome in Piazza Navona, via dei Parioni 10, Roma per il vernissage della mostra Art in Rome July...

Finalist at PREMIO Pittura MESTRE 2018, collective finalists exhibition from settember to october, Centro Culturale Candiani

From  22 settember to 14 october finalists exhibition of the International Premio Mestre Pittura I am ther with my FINALIST painting INTERCONNECTION, Come and visit me..


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