Mario Schifano

Panorama

 

Studio d’Arte Raffaelli
March 23 – May 23, 2020

The artist’s visionary horizon overlaps – in the most consistent core of the exhibition – with the stereotyped images of the television screen, distorted and reinterpreted by the unmistakable pictorial sign of Schifano. Like tiles in a more complex mosaic, the painted photographs tell a possible Italian story of the late twentieth century, doubly filtered by the media fiction and the artist’s vision. Lucid in his personal reading of the artistic and social panorama of his time, Mario Schifano knew how to grasp the essence hidden behind each image and return it in a new form using an unmistakable and universal pictorial lexicon for immediacy and communicative ability.

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