Inaugurated last April and open until 7 September, the exhibition at the S. Rocco museum "Without Name" is a personal exhibition curated by Gio Montez, a Roman artist, which presents 30 pictorial works, drawings and a sculpture with a somewhat difficult to approach for many but certainly fascinating and full of introspection.
Already the very title of the exhibition "Without Name" says it all, because even if it apparently says nothing, it basically says everything, since what is represented has no identity; it is an exhibition made up of signs that are not yet identifiable and codified in an understandable language.
It is as if the visitor were not seeing something already formed, built, identified in a work, but the work exists, only that the content is not yet formed or built, because it is in an evolutionary phase. It is precisely this phase of evolution that Gio Montez wants to research, indeed his intent is to find the object before it takes on a form.
We can essentially define the art of Gio Montez as an art that moves, exploring the possibilities of informal representation in two dimensions, experimenting with many different training approaches.
In short, Gio Montezīs artistic intent is the absence of the subject, in which painting is a bilateral thought and painting means conceiving being there in two geometric dimensions, alluding to the missing dimension by returning it in two dimensions, presenting its absence and conceiving the transformation of being on a plane.
The cultural initiative is promoted by the association of the Friends of the San Rocco Museum and is sponsored by the municipality of Trapani with the collaboration of the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and SIAE as part of the "Per Chi Crea" program.
The exhibition can be visited on Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 18 to 20 or by reservation.
(Texts Giuseppe Puglia)
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