Vite che abitano di Fulvio Tornese
Exhibitions, Italy, Roma, 01 March 2013
Friday, March 1, 2013 at 18.00 opens the exhibition of paintings "Lives of Living" by Fulvio Tornese.
This event, organized by the organization artistic Tartaglia Art in collaboration with the CASC-BI (Service Center Social and Cultural among the employees of the Bank of Italy) will be presented at the headquarters of the Bank of Italy in Rome, in via del Mandrione , 190. This is the fourth in a series of events that continue with the bank of Italy, Tartaglia Art is organizing this exhibition location where, from time to time, it will create marriages between different art forms.

The works of the artist Fulvio Tornese, already presented by Tartaglia Arte in several exhibitions in Italy and China, this staff, with the presence of the author, will be exhibited new production oil and mixed media on canvas and paper and also printing of multiple Harman on cotton paper with ink Ultracom k3 certified and limited series.

The recent works by Fulvio Tornese reveal, once again, attention to bizarre stories, pregnant with loose interpretations, even in the wind of drama that sometimes blows in his pictorial scenes. It is not impossible to read in this cycle - which premiered in Rome - attention to those facets of reality as global and dilated as to be almost timeless.
But there is another side of this cycle, which emerges forcefully from lashing surfaces of his paintings painter Tornese is deep, and this can also be seen from the survey on the media, from writing and thoughtful at the same time on the Quick Color various latitudes of the painting, pregnant sometimes designed with ripples of pasted papers, which in turn creates unpredictable imperfections with the look and taste - if it were possible - with the touch.
Fulvio Tornese this exhibition in Rome thus confirms a painter, in the broadest sense of the term vitalism, which ripesca casually imagery that has characterized its beginnings in the world of illustration, to mix them to new worlds, more and more polluted, more and more hybrids. (Lorenzo Madaro)

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