Until 23 April is open to Cantine Florio, the exhibition HUMAN LANDSCAPE, where two Sicilian artists Pietro D┤Angelo Di Stefano and George present their works as part of the exhibition project produced by Art Forms.
The works, which are made with unusual materials taken from everyday life, are the expression of two different artistic styles, but are united by the same Sicilian origins, suggesting the two authors of the interpretative keys to read what they have inside and express it with the ┤ art.
Pietro D┤Angelo with his sculptures and Giorgio Di Stefano with the paintings trace a fantastic journey where sea and land intertwine to represent Sicilian landscapes, urban life views and views of small villages scattered throughout Italy.
This exhibition is the first of three events under the program that historic Cantine Florio, in agreement with the cultural association Art Forms, intends to organize in 2016, in view of an integrated tourism development in the territory of Marsala.
As already mentioned the materials used for the work are drawn from everyday life such as Burda pattern, stitched on canvas for paintings, in which Giorgio Di Stefano wanted to represent the Sicilian landscapes, mostly marine species; while Pietro D┤Angelo chose to use aluminum staples to create sculptures representing characters of the everyday world in real size.
The curator of the exhibition is Bacchin Elizabeth, who has set up an exhibition interesting, rich in taste, it is worth visiting.
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