The sign in all its essence. Raw canvas. Author: Giorgio Griffa The mystery and poetry of painting. Art that inhabits space. The distinctive traits of the “Euridice” collection, in their apparent simplicity, embody an extraordinary and bar-setting complexity stemming from the history of painting, even including the memory of the gesture taught by the Paleolithics. If it is true that “the past is not a father to be killed but a mother from whom to draw nourishment”, the poetry of this series of elegant ceramics proposes a sublime use of porcelain stoneware which, assimilated to a rough canvas, defines a work that is at the same time partial and infinite.
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