“Geometric and Informal Abstractions” the two-person exhibition by Carlo D’Orta and Stefano Sesti

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Ott 21, 2023

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The Brancaccio and Music Cultural Association President Prof.ssa Maestro Giovanna Ferrara aka Jane Far   in collaboration with CarloD’OrtaArtStudio/Gallery  of Dr. Carlo D’Orta and the States General of Women represented by Dr. Maria Concetta Cefalu’ Responsible for International Relations and Relations with the European Union are organizing the exhibition entitled: “Geometric and Informal Abstractions” which will be inaugurated on Saturday 21 October 2023 at 6.00 pm, at Carlodorta ArtStudio/Gallery, Piazza Crati 14, in Rome. The two-person exhibition of international artists Carlo D’Orta and Stefano Sesti was sponsored by the Municipality of Roma Capitale and by the Councilor for Culture Prof. Miguel Angel Gotor Facello. The exhibition with free entry can be visited from Monday to Friday from 4.00 pm to 6.00 pm, and on other days and times by appointment by contacting the contact details below.

Dott. Carlo D’Orta – cell. n. 3280416111 – www.carlodortaarte.it – dortacarlo@gmail.com
Dott. Stefano Sesti – cell. n. 3498848655 –

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“Art is woman”
Within the Bipersonale exhibition, on 26 October 2023 at 7.00 pm, at CarloD’OrtaArtStudio/Gallery in Piazza Crati 14, in Rome, it ‘ll take place the event entitled: “Art is woman”  with the partecipation of the Master of Violin  Giovanna Ferrara in art Jane Far.

 

 

 

Carlo D’Orta’s Biocities and Vibrations
Cities have subtle textures that sometimes replicate and reveal themselves for what they are, textures of a life that also flows beneath or within sensitive geometries. Carlo D’Orta investigates the surface of cities, the mutual reverberations and mirrorings, follows the concept of a plot that expands and envelops reality with a new skin. The modern, vertical city, the increasingly mirrored buildings in search of an impossible integration with the environment, it has its own DNA in the geometries of the architecture, in the connection points between the inside and the outside, between the urban landscape and the hidden life of the people. The buildings also in D’Orta’s photos are light and airy, they lose their nature of glass and concrete, because they are taken as signs, signs that replicate themselves as in the language of architecture. But they also become a structure that has cellular characteristics, which simulates life and the organic world. The photographer brings out a sort of biological nature in dealing with the urban epithelium, his analysis seems to follow the gaze of the flaneur, but instead he possesses attention and acuity. Cities, Berlin, London, Paris, New York, Singapore or Rome, can even disappear, they fade into the background. The important thing is the emergence through the photos of their DNA, of their evolutionary capacity which brings into the present the vision of variable geometries, of buildings less and less permeated by glances, deaf to expressing life inside, but which are life themselves. D’Orta captures this autonomy, this capacity for abstraction which is not absence, but the desire to make the present eternal. (by Valerio Dehò art critic and artistic director)

Stefano Sesti: Son of Art in love with Art .
The 20th century communicated to us that abstract art was the true expression of freedom of the artist and his inner soul in all its forms through the greatness of authors who made abstract painting a clear and clear vision of themselves and of the world. absolutely personal. Stefano Sesti also abstracts from his life everything that is normal or simple for others to reveal and confide how his message of love arises from the search for identity in the most vivid atmospheres of life. Sincere and passionate, he loves to find himself inside the stories of the world experienced differently in the passage of everyone’s time. Stefano leaves his studies with absolutely well-structured ideas on the abstractionism that he wants to express. The climate of the works formally defines the nature of thought. The canvases are invaded by the restlessness of the hand and the movement of the lines reveals the carefree approach to life. Sesti loves the representation of reality and knows how then welcome it within oneself to recompose every corner, every moment and every emotion in personal expressive terms. It is an instinctive process that he implements to break away from custom and be completely himself. Stefano Sesti loves to be joyful, in love. The sum of these elements is the recognizability which remains his characteristic note as well as his favorite sinuous musical note. Synchronizing feeling and communication in a single moment is Sesti’s artistic objective, which places no obstacles to their transmission which can thus arrive faithfully and completely with all its immediacy, without leaving dust or silence on the path. Two elements that he loves to make and which are part of his intimacy, of his expectation, of his return to his origins. He resists the pressures that want to lead the individual to conform to external expectations, but he does not deny himself some distant recovery of the human figure which he recalls, as in a beloved theatrical performance, only for effective hints of autobiographical interiority. In order to assert their identity, sometimes even abstract figures bend under the weight of concreteness, recovering their gravitational weight. In the artist Sesti there is no valid instinct of self-defense and his artistic production is the result of the liberation of a great creative ability. (by Francesco Zero Artistic director and sculptor)

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