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PixelArt on stage with Krayon at the Contemporary Cluster: LESS IS MORE the exhibition in February 2020 and presentation of the book “As Brilliant As the Sun”

1 Febbraio @ 19:00 - 29 Febbraio @ 23:30 UTC+1

LESS IS MORE the exhibition from 1 to 29 February 2020 the Italian artist Krayon and the PixelArt presented by Electrovinyl, with the Contemporary Cluster.

Krayon is an Italian pixel artist born in Melfi, based in Rome. After industrial and graphic design studies he develops a personal language with which he has been distinguished for years. The pixel is the basic element on which it builds its works with patience and precision. His work reveals the design scheme and image management in its complexity. He has always been influenced by classical-scientific arts, from Seurat’s neo-impressionism to Vasarely’s optical art. During his artistic career he has painted for many festivals such as Vedo a Colori (Civitanova Marche), ManuFactory (Comacchio), Blue Flow (Ventotene), Street Art Wine Fest (Marsala), In wall we trust (Airola). In 2015 he creates TEXTURA in fest, the first street art festival in his native city. In 2018 he was hosted in Shenzhen by Jardin Orange as a resident artist and his works were exhibited during the Shenzhen International Art Fair and Hong Kong Affordable art fair.

“Inspired by patterns and textures, the artist enjoys creating contrasts and” digitizing “natural elements. Taking advantage of his Pixel Art, in fact, he creates optical illusions in a unique style that only a few manage to shape. In order to be understood by the viewer, his canvases must be observed from a correct distance: seen up close they seem abstract, as you move away you perceive the subject in its entirety. The common feeling and that is perceived throughout the artistic production is that often things are better understood when viewed from afar”.

Move away, both in life and in her art, the artist highlights that LESS IS MORE, hence the title of the staff who proposes a dialogue between the works and the precious design objects present in the premises of Palazzo Cavallerini, in a path display in the “cave”, “hall” and “mezzanine” rooms. The exhibition also dialogues with music, creating a fusion with the “micro furrow”, transmitting and making alive through a mix of – new and used – electronic music, dance-pop, house music and techno, reflecting the musical culture of European artists of the 80s and 90s and related subcultures in the production of musical styles such as ChipTune and 8bit. To accompany the evening of the vernissage, music with DJ sets proposed by Lorenzo Pompa aka SOMO and Patrizio Sciarra.

During the inauguration of the exhibition, the presentation of the book “As Brilliant As the Sun” (Vanilla publisher): a journey through contemporary art between Rome and California, which reconstructs its artistic practices by creating a link between two places of art united by analogies and contradictions, curated by, Camilla Boemio  for the AAC Platform project. Some of the artists involved: Catherine Opie, Salvatore Arancio, Stefano Canto, Fabio Lattanzi Antinori, Ludovica Gioscia, William E. Jones, Todd Gray, Ra di Martino, Stephanie Syjuco, Jebila Okongwu, Tam Van Tram, Ismael De Anda III, Nicole Eisenman.

LESS IS MORE
from 1 to 29 February 2020

Vernissage Saturday 1 February 2020 from 19.00
Presentation of the book “As Brilliant As the Sun” by Camilla Boemio

Contemporary Cluster
Palazzo Cavallerini Lazzaroni
via dei Barbieri 7 – 00186, Roma
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1 Febbraio @ 19:00 UTC+1
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29 Febbraio @ 23:30 UTC+1
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Electrovinyl
Email:
electrovinylmusic@gmail.com

Luogo

Contemporary Cluster
via dei barbieri 7
Roma, 00186 Italia
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Sito web:
https://www.contemporarycluster.com/

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