Luigi De Giovanni dedicated himself to painting from the bloom youth. He obtained the diploma at the Fine Art Academy of Rome in 1974.
Artistic Direction's Advice:
Second edition of Luigi De Giovanni's solo exhibition. The show is jet an happy and great sequence of well matched warm colours to cold colours, the latter used in moderation, that creates intense and suggestive compositions.
I would point out the smart contrast that rises from the apparent homogeneity of themes. The fundamental contrast is between sweet still lifes, with impressionist flavour, and the wild landscape of southern Italy, with expressionist flavour.
You can see the still lifes tidy into polite composure, with light colours, studied, I want to say, threadbare. Minor keys predominate and some violets and pale pinks; and green that are getting to blue; and then some lively grey but with moderation.
The still lifes remain on one close-up and represent a settled process, a moment. A flower that did not become a fruit, a cut stem that can live only into his instant. These are the tribute to "carpe diem" the istant when you think ...
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"sutta le capanne de lu ripa"
Piazza del Popolo