Large canvases invade the space according to an irregular rhythm that recalls the unstable balance typical of the mountain experience. The artist invites the visitor to take a step into the landscape itself, capturing its unevenness, its precarious balance, its changing proportions, and in which to search for details of matter while remaining suspended between a lightly applied colour and an impromptu pictorial gesture.
The exhibition continues at the Fondazione Giorgio de Marchis Bonanni D’Ocre Onlus where works are exhibited that retrace the entire Linea1201 project, the residency programme spread across the Apennine territory that, in the summer of 2020, brought the artist to work in the mountains, from the Mainarde to Mount Alpi, then in the Samoggia Valley in Emilia-Romagna up to the Monti della Laga. The last stop was Amatrice, where the artist chose to bring together three other artists who relate to painting in different ways: Chris Rocchegiani, Davide D’Elia and Beatrice Meoni. The exhibition represents the dialogue shared by the four artists during their residency, through the contact of works created side by side in the temporary studio at the Casa della Montagna that hosted them.