Marco Veronese

"New Era"

Javier Molins

"New Era" gave name to the second exhibition of the Italian artist Marco Veronese in the Ana Serratosa Gallery. The intention of the show was to capture the inexorable passage of time by reminding us that we are human, that time passes. Symbol of this temporality are two of the elements present in most of the works that made it up: The butterfly and the skull.

Using the butterflies, Marco Veronese made reference in this exhibition to the process of transformation, like that little silkworm that happens to become a beautiful butterfly. To this was added the presence of carpets, fruit of his recent residence in Turkey where the manufacture of the same has a thousand-year-old tradition.

Veronese mixes both cultures in his work and uses the carpet as another support for his creations. It is about wool carpets, like the Turkish ones, in which their characteristic skulls appeared next to motifs and geometric patterns.
"New Era" | Javier Molins

Works

  • Elibelinde

    Marco Veronese

    "Elibelinde"

    2012

    160.00 x 120.00 cm

    Wood with tree depth changes

    Mixed

  • Htuos

    Marco Veronese

    "Htuos"

    2012

    250.00 x 350.00 cm

    Wool rug

    Kniting

  • New era

    Marco Veronese

    "New era"

    2012

    170.00 x 340.00 cm

    Wool rug

    Kniting

  • Tree of life

    Marco Veronese

    "Tree of life"

    2012

    120.00 x 120.00 cm

    Wood with three depth changes

    Mixed

  • New route

    Marco Veronese

    "New route"

    2012

    120.00 x 120.00 cm

    Wood with 3 depth changes

    Mixed

  • New revelation

    Marco Veronese

    "New revelation"

    2012

    160.00 x 120.00 cm

    Wood with three depth changes

    Mixed

  • N.W.S.E

    Marco Veronese

    "N.W.S.E"

    2012

    250.00 x 250.00 cm

    Wool rug

    Kniting

  • Third Era

    Marco Veronese

    "Third Era"

    2012

    120.00 x 160.00 cm

    Wood with three depth changes

    Mixed

Reviews

MARCO

NEW ERA

JAVIER MOLINS

"New Era" gave name to the second exhibition of the Italian artist Marco Veronese in the Ana Serratosa Gallery.

The intention of the show was to capture the inexorable passage of time by reminding us that we are human, that time passes. Symbol of this temporality are two of the elements present in most of the works that made it up: the butterfly and the skull.

Using the butterflies, Marco Veronese made reference in this exhibition to the process of transformation, like that little silkworm that happens to become a beautiful butterfly. To this was added the presence of carpets, fruit of his recent residence in Turkey where the manufacture of the same has a thousand-year-old tradition.

Veronese mixes both cultures in his work and uses the carpet as another support for his creations. It is about wool carpets, like the Turkish ones, in which their characteristic skulls appeared next to motifs and geometric patterns.

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