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Art Collections

The Marine nature collection describes the consequences of superheating in relation to the marine ecosystem. The collection also has historical and psychological meanings. The sea water erodes past memories, through a slow process of weathering. Marine elements like stones, seashells and sand represent the result of the process of biological stratification and memory erosion whereas anthropic productions testify the passing of peoples who sailed the Mediterranean. A tribute to the Mediterranean and its history, evocation of submerged memories that resurface. 
Twilight is the title of the first pictorial production realized during the academic years. The collection includes artworks mostly in shades of blue, performed between 1998 and 2002. The subjects depicted concern mythological beings and universal themes represented through gothic inspirations and  states of mind. Somber tones and dark atmosphere predominate. Among the paintings some artworks of social significance from the collection Drawings against the war are related to the wars in Ukraine and Middle East.
Extinction & Climate Change Art are the collections addressed to the environmental justice. We are experiencing the sixth mass extinction and thousands of species, natural habitats and civilizations are gradually disappearing from the earth and art can be a means to raise awareness. The illustrations present a series of drawings on extinct and endangered species and climate change sketches.
Italica is the collection inspired by archaelogical remains that summarizes the interest in the Italic Antiquities. Other artworks subsequently created connect back to Etruscan imaginary and testify interest for the productions of the orientalizing age (7th century B.C.), archaic and classical period (6-4th century  BC) and for the pre-Roman Middle Italic tradition (4-3th century BC). 

Across the centuries of the history the collection Portraits in red and grey shows historical figures in the light of the cultural contexts. The source of inspiration borns from the sculpture in moving from three to two-dimensional representation. They are often isolated figures in a neutral background, rapt in hermetic expressions, to emphasize the need for psychological introspection. The collection includes portraits produced between 2014 and 2021 and represents a return to the painting after ten years of inactivity. 

In Armored corps the representation ranges from body intended as a protective armor into figures with abstract trends. The collection marks a return to the centrality of the human figure, focused on the male universe. The source of inspiration borns from the life drawing and from the sculpture of Greek Roman ancestry. The collection includes artworks of social significance that represent unconscious contents, fears emerging from the depths and the dream imagery.
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