week's cover

Ester Grossi - Cover n. 276

nice art image of ester grossi artist

Ester Grossi

Excavations in the necropolis of monumental Archpriest under the sun
Acrylic on canvas,
60x60,
2012

 

My path to Lobodilattice will be varied and vivid. Linear when viewed individually between artist and artist, then step by step, and not with big breaks, because between the first and the last artist there will be tangible differences in style and shape, by color and message. The aim is to spread good and significant talents in the contemporary, complex today, alive and diverse, but with styles, shapes and representations in common, the obvious fils rouge dictated by thoughts, malaise, ideas and messages that we all feel, and that these 24 artists create in their own way, giving us worlds, images and stories to scrutinize and absorb. My selection is like a domino already known and emerging artists between Italians and foreigners, men and women, who spend their turn telling us something new every week.

selected by Rossella Farinotti

 

Michael Rotondi - cover n.275

rotondi, nice art image

Michael Rotondi
Portrait (Lord Shani)
enamel and acrylic on canvas
150x150 cm
2013

 

 

 

 

My path to Lobodilattice will be varied and vivid. Linear when viewed individually between artist and artist, then step by step, and not with big breaks, because between the first and the last artist there will be tangible differences, in style and form, color and message. The aim is to spread good and significant talents in the contemporary, complex today, alive and diversified, but with styles, shapes and representations in common, the obvious fils rouge dictated by the thoughts, pains, ideas and messages that we all feel, and that these 24 artists create in their own way, giving us worlds, images and stories to examine and absorb. My selection is like a domino between emerging artists and well-known Italian and foreign men and women who pass the turn telling us something new every week.

Rossella Farinotti

 

 

Silvia Mei - Cover n.274

silvia mei selected by rossella farinotti

Silvia Mei

Bouble souls

mixed media on paper, cm126x101, 2013

Courtesy the artist

 

My path to Lobodilattice will be varied and vivid. Linear when viewed individually between artist and artist, then step by step, and not with big breaks, because between the first and the last artist there will be tangible differences, in style and form, color and message. The aim is to spread good and significant talents in the contemporary, complex today, alive and diversified, but with styles, shapes and representations in common, the obvious fils rouge dictated by the thoughts, pains, ideas and messages that we all feel, and that these 24 artists create in their own way, giving us worlds, images and stories to examine and absorb. My selection is like a domino between emerging artists and well-known Italian and foreign men and women who pass the turn telling us something new every week.

Rossella Farinotti

                                                                                                                          

 

 

 

Albert Pinya - Cover n.273

Albert Pinya, artist

Albert Pinya

Between darkness and innocence

Acrylic on canvas. 100x80cm, 2010

courtesy Allegra Ravizza art project, Milano

 

 

My path to Lobodilattice will be varied and vivid. Linear when viewed individually between artist and artist, then step by step, and not with big breaks, because between the first and the last artist there will be tangible differences, in style and form, color and message. The aim is to spread good and significant talents in the contemporary, complex today, alive and diversified, but with styles, shapes and representations in common, the obvious fils rouge dictated by the thoughts, pains, ideas and messages that we all feel, and that these 24 artists create in their own way, giving us worlds, images and stories to examine and absorb. My selection is like a domino between emerging artists and well-known Italian and foreign men and women who pass the turn telling us something new every week.

Rossella Farinotti