Group exhibition

"Poesía de la materia"

Fernando Castro

"It is curious to see together, in an expository dialogue, the works of Marco Veronese and Alex Angy because, in principle, their poetics seem to have no relationship, however, in both artists there is, beyond the "symbolic ", a concern for the colour and for the seductive dimension of art ". Thus begins the text of the exhibition led by the curator Fernando Castro, "Poetry of Matter", which exposes the concern and interest of the two artists who, on this occasion, hang on the walls of the Ana Serratosa Gallery. As the curator says, these two artists, without apparent conceptual similarity between them, are the visible proof that colour transcends any conventionalism and becomes a pretext to show and teach the quality of contemporary art. In turn, not only the colour, but the disciplines learn to live in perfect harmony. "Poetry of Matter", that is, any subject, any technique that can motivate the poetic contemplation of things.
"Poesía de la materia" | Fernando Castro

Works

  • Contaminazioni

    Marco Veronese

    "Contaminazioni"

    2008

    150.00 x 120.00 cm

    Wood Panels

    Chromogenic printing, silicone

  • Rinascimento

    Marco Veronese

    "Rinascimento"

    2010

    120.00 x 240.00 cm

    Wood panels

    Chromogenic printing

  • Fuck the world Blue

    Marco Veronese

    "Fuck the world Blue"

    2009

    40.00 x 40.00 x 60.00 cm

    Methacrylate

    Resin, silicone

  • Resurrection

    Marco Veronese

    "Resurrection"

    2010

    36.00 x 56.00 x 56.00 cm

    Wood panels

    Chromogenic printing

  • Contaminazioni

    Marco Veronese

    "Contaminazioni"

    2010

    160.00 x 120.00 cm

    Wood panels

    Chromogenic printing and silicone

  • Contaminazioni

    Marco Veronese

    "Contaminazioni"

    2008

    100.00 x 70.00 cm

    Wood panels

    Chromogenic printing, silicone

  • Contaminazioni

    Marco Veronese

    "Contaminazioni"

    2010

    120.00 x 120.00 cm

    Wood panels

    Chromogenic printing, silicone

  • Contaminazioni

    Marco Veronese

    "Contaminazioni"

    2007

    100.00 x 100.00 cm

    Wood panels

    Chromogenic printing, silicone

  • Contaminazioni

    Marco Veronese

    "Contaminazioni"

    2010

    120.00 x 120.00 cm

    Wood panels

    Chromogenic printing and silicon

  • Preludio

    Marco Veronese

    "Preludio"

    0.00 x 0.00 cm

    Wood panels

    Chromogenic printing

  • Plastic invasor

    "Plastic invasor"

    2010

    120.00 x 160.00 x 40.00 cm

    Plastic

    Modeling

  • Nanoplast

    "Nanoplast"

    2010

    40.00 x 25.00 cm

    Plastic

    Modeling

  • Nanoplast

    "Nanoplast"

    2010

    40.00 x 25.00 cm

    Plastic

    Modeling

  • Plastic Land

    "Plastic Land"

    2010

    60.00 x 60.00 cm

    Plastic

    Modeling

  • Turbo Jungle

    "Turbo Jungle"

    2010

    160.00 x 130.00 x 40.00 cm

    Plastic

    Modeling

  • Plastic land

    "Plastic land"

    2010

    60.00 x 60.00 cm

    Plastic

    Modeling

  • Plastic virus

    "Plastic virus"

    2010

    60.00 x 60.00 cm

    Plastic

    Modeling

  • Plastic Land

    "Plastic Land "

    2010

    42.00 x 32.00 x 34.00 cm

    Plastic

    Modeling

  • Plastic invasor

    "Plastic invasor"

    2011

    20.00 x 40.00 cm

    Plastic

    Modeling

  • Nanoplast

    "Nanoplast"

    2010

    40.00 x 25.00 cm

    Plastic

    Modeling

  • Splosione materiche

    "Splosione materiche"

    2010

    160.00 x 130.00 x 40.00 cm

    Plastic

    Modeling

  • Nanoplast

    "Nanoplast"

    2010

    25.00 x 40.00 cm

    Plastic

    Modeling

  • Plastic invasor

    "Plastic invasor"

    2010

    160.00 x 40.00 cm

    Plastic

    Modeling

  • Nanoplast

    "Nanoplast"

    2010

    40.00 x 25.00 cm

    Plastic

    Modeling

  • Nanoland

    "Nanoland"

    2009

    140.00 x 140.00 x 20.00 cm

    Plastic

    Modeling

Other exhibitions

Reviews

MARCO

TRAS LA CATASTROFE

FERNANDO CASTRO FLÓREZ

 

Putting the catastrophe as premise, Fernando Castro Florez tells us the relationship of the two artists that make up the exhibition: Marco Veronese and Alex Angi. "In principle, their poetics seem to have no relationship. However, in both artists there is, beyond the "symbolic", a concern for color and the seductive dimension of art.

Neither of the two pretends to gloat over the decorative, but, with important doses of irony, allegorizes our time and manifests critical positions. "

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