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Parigi 1 – painting
In Massimo Corona’s works, you can read the pleasure of the gaze lost into a city.
The aerial view, so dear to the masters of the Renaissance, is examined by the artist’s cards, defragmenting the image and distributing the movements of the paintbrush.
The use of two main color values – such as blue and orange, red and green, or green and violet – is linked to the optical and analytical dimension of work as a synthesis element that focuses attention on certain particulars of cities that become abstract motives, out-of-context, and then lost in the total as soon as you just leave the artwork. All this is realized through a careful search for balance and soft rigor, never shrill, but emphasizes that the synthesis process always corresponds to a loss, whether it is semantic or cognitive.
Acrylic on canvas
51,5 x 112 cm
Days: 5 Italy, UE 10, Europe Ex UE 20, America 30, Asia and the Middle East 35, Rest of the world 60