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Tuesday 15.12.2020

On the Edge at A arte Invernizzi

Niele Toroni
Impronte di pennello n.50 a intervalli di 30 cm
Acrylic on paper, 64,5x88 cm

A arte Invernizzi, Milan
Photo Bruno Bani, Milan

On the Edge
A arte Invernizzi


Exhibition period: 17 December 2020 - 11 February 2021 Catalogue with text by Francesca Pola Contributions by Giuseppe Cristian Bonanomi, Angela Faravelli, Daria Ghirardini Opening hours: From Monday to Friday 10 A.M. - 1 P.M. 3-7 P.M., Saturday by appointment

Epicarmo Invernizzi
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A arte Invernizzi
Via Domenico Scarlatti 12
20124 Milano

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The A arte Invernizzi gallery presents 'On the Edge' on Thursday 17 December 2020 from 4 to 8.30 p.m. The exhibition includes collages, works on paper, projects and small sculptures made between 1948 and 2020 by artists who work with the gallery.
'After the exhibition 'Close Up' in 2016, which examined aspects of closeness and intimacy of vision, the meditations on small-format works continues here, highlighting another crucial aspect, which is that of their extreme, liminal intensity and bodily materiality.
The exhibition offers us an experience of the encounter with the work of art as an intimate, proximate event, taking us to the very limits of the sensible world, to see beyond the boundaries of our conscious knowledge.
We are given a tangible sense of the constant transformation of the image as a living body, not just in terms of its material form but also in its ramifications and in its flights of meaning. In the evolution of a reality that understands all, that is sensed and sentient, the work captures us on the borderline between the experienced and the unknown. It gives us a sense of the limits of our understanding and the evolution of life as mutually indissoluble entities, bringing our ever-renewed existence into focus. We thus find ourselves in the midst of these images, which are like places of the mind: a constellation of metaphysical entities on the ridge that separates life from death, the striving for knowledge from a truth of an unattainable absolute that, on the threshold of existence, allows us to perceive the correspondence between the individual and the cosmos.' (Francesca Pola)

A bilingual catalogue of the exhibition will be published with an introductory text by Francesca Pola, contributions from Giuseppe Cristian Bonanomi, Angela Faravelli, Daria Ghirardini and Davide Mogetta, with reproductions of the works on display.