Francesco Candeloro: Locations Dimensions Variations

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Francesco Candeloro: Locations Dimensions Variations

Milan

Francesco Candeloro: Locations Dimensions Variations
to Tue 10 Nov 2020
Mon-Fri 10am-1pm, 2pm-6pm

A arte Invernizzi presents a solo exhibition of works by Francesco Candeloro.

Artworks

Luci Verticali (Hiroshima), 2019

Laser etching on plexiglass
132x4,5x37 cm
Courtesy A arte Invernizzi, Milano. Photo Bruno Bani, Milano

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Vie di Luci nel Tempo (Beirut), 2018

UV print and laser etching on plexiglass
171x138x20 cm
Courtesy A arte Invernizzi, Milano. Photo Bruno Bani, Milano

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Spostamenti, 2008

Industrial airbrush and laser etching on plexiglass
43x39,5x50 cm
Courtesy A arte Invernizzi, Milano. Photo Bruno Bani, Milano

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Linee fuori forma, 2020

Plexiglass, découpage and marker on paper and acetate
168x237,6 cm, 21x29,7x6 cm (close work)
Courtesy A arte Invernizzi, Milano. Photo Bruno Bani, Milano

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Linee riflesse 64, 2016

Plexiglass, découpage and marker on paper and acetate
237,6x294 cm, 29,7x21x7,5 cm (close work)
Courtesy A arte Invernizzi, Milano. Photo Bruno Bani, Milano

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Linee loto meditative linee, 2020

Plexiglass, découpage and marker on paper and acetate
207,9x126 cm, 29,7x21x5,5 cm (close work)
Courtesy A arte Invernizzi, Milano. Photo Bruno Bani, Milano

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Linee volo, 2019

Plexiglass, découpage and marker on paper and acetate
297x210 cm, 29,7x21x6,5 cm (close work)
Courtesy A arte Invernizzi, Milano. Photo Bruno Bani, Milano

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Ferme Luci (Montevideo), 2020

Laser etching on plexiglass
132x4,5x45 cm
Courtesy A arte Invernizzi, Milano. Photo Bruno Bani, Milano

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Vibranti Luci (Tokyo), 2020

Laser etching on plexiglass
182x4,5x55,5 cm
Courtesy A arte Invernizzi, Milano. Photo Bruno Bani, Milano

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Nuove Luci (Hiroshima), 2020

Laser etching on plexiglass
182x4,5x54,5 cm
Courtesy A arte Invernizzi, Milano. Photo Bruno Bani, Milano

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Tempo Luci (Hiroshima), 2020

Laser etching on plexiglass
132x4,5x40 cm
Courtesy A arte Invernizzi, Milano. Photo Bruno Bani, Milano

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Vive Luci (Buenos Aires), 2020

Laser etching on plexiglass
182x4,5x50,5 cm
Courtesy A arte Invernizzi, Milano. Photo Bruno Bani, Milano

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Linee riflesse 64, 2016

Plexiglass, découpage and marker on paper and acetate
29,7x21x7,5 cm, 237,6x294 cm (open work)
Courtesy A arte Invernizzi, Milano. Photo Lorenzo Ceretta, Vicenza

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Linee testa linee coda, 2019

Plexiglass, découpage and marker on paper and acetate
29,7x21x6 cm, 178,2x168 cm (open work)
Courtesy A arte Invernizzi, Milano. Photo Lorenzo Ceretta, Vicenza

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Linee volo, 2019

Plexiglass, découpage and marker on paper and acetate
29,7x21x6,5 cm, 297x210 cm (open work)
Courtesy A arte Invernizzi, Milano. Photo Lorenzo Ceretta, Vicenza

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Trottolinea, 2019

Plexiglass, découpage and marker on paper and acetate
29,7x21x6,5 cm, 207,9x210 cm (open work)
Courtesy A arte Invernizzi, Milano. Photo Bruno Bani, Milano

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Linee mobili, 2019

Plexiglass, découpage and marker on paper and acetate
29,7x21x6 cm, 237,6x210 cm (open work)
Courtesy A arte Invernizzi, Milano. Photo Lorenzo Ceretta, Vicenza

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Linee angolo, 2020

Plexiglass, découpage and marker on paper and acetate
29,7x21x6 cm, 207,9x147 cm (open work)
Courtesy A arte Invernizzi, Milano. Photo Lorenzo Ceretta, Vicenza

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Linee inverse riflesse, 2019

Plexiglass, découpage and marker on paper and acetate
29,7x21x6,5 cm, 237,6x168 cm (open work)
Courtesy A arte Invernizzi, Milano. Photo Bruno Bani, Milano

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A Arte Invernizzi Francesco Candeloro 1

A Arte Invernizzi Francesco Candeloro 2

A Arte Invernizzi Francesco Candeloro 3

A Arte Invernizzi Francesco Candeloro 4

A Arte Invernizzi Francesco Candeloro 5

A Arte Invernizzi Francesco Candeloro 6

In the first room on the upper floor are a number of vertical city skylines in plexiglass or sections of them, rendered as surfaces and outlines – visions of an “architect of the immaterial” that bear witness to the artist’s life experience.

In the second room we find Vie di Luci nel Tempo (Beirut) [Streets of Lights in Time (Beirut)] (2018), a work in which Candeloro investigates many aspects of the real world, with transparent images that open up the viewer’s perception in a continuous alternation of concealment and revelation.

On the ground floor, there are nine “books”, consisting of coloured sheets with slits that can be considered as “eyes”, placed in combinatorial arrangements. They take into account the geometries of the supports and the colours produced by the acetate filters that the artist places on them.

The “books” have a closed rectangular structure but, like the pages in a bound volume, they can be shown across the wall to offer an open view of the work and, on this occasion, they are shown in the potential and reality of their unravelling.

“In an increasingly autonomous conception of form with respect to the need for representation, the image from which Candeloro’s entire work originates, as a photographic revelation with a physical status of its own, is itself a filter between the material nature of the thing and its ideal form. This aspect of interconnectedness, which places the work on the borderline between presence and absence, on the one hand addresses known forms, which are to some extent verifiable, and on the other hand it looks at shapes in the making. The latter receive their momentary consistency by re-proposing themselves, along the lines of various hypotheses, in the way in which works belonging to a category of multi-layered compositions can be displayed on the basis of various geometric logics. In both cases, Candeloro’s works act on the level of transfer. On the one hand, we have the outline of a city, from a position that is not necessarily recognisable, as a view of an “other” place absorbed in the light that generates itself in the space that contains its condensed, abstract image. On the other, the wall-mounted compositions allude to venturing into a hidden, intimate dimension, which is revealed by hiding itself. In both cases, the surface becomes part of a complex process, from plane to labyrinth.” (Francesco Tedeschi)

The exhibition will be accompanied by a bilingual catalogue with an essay by Francesco Tedeschi, reproductions of the works on display, and an updated bio-bibliographic section.

Courtesy A arte Invernizzi, Milano. Photo Lorenzo Ceretta, Vicenza

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