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Zuzana Pernicova Ho bisogno di un po’ di tempo

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“Ho bisogno di un po’ di tempo”

exhibition

di Zuzana Pernicová

 

Opening sabato 16 gennaio ore 18,00
Fino al 30 January 2016
Aperto da merc. a sab. 15,30 - 19,00

con il Patrocinio del Centro Culturale Ceco

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La mostra “Ho bisogno di un po’ di tempo” presenta due diversi approcci significativi nella produzione artistica della giovane pittrice Zuzana Pernicová.

Si tratta di piccoli disegni che provengono dal Diario che l’artista tiene dal 2014 e di dipinti olio su tela di più grande formato.

Già durante i suoi studi presso la Facoltà delle Belle Arti a Brno (Repubblica Ceca) il suo interesse era rivolto ai fenomeni sociali, in particolare ha attirato la sua attenzione la solitudine, vista come una problematica della società di oggi.

All’inizio, la solitudine si è manifestata nelle sue opere nel suo aspetto negativo, as a feeling of neglect that affects mainly the elderly or those on the margins of society. The figures of the elderly have become a part of his paintings, figure incerte, poco consistenti come se stessero per essere assorbite dalla superficie cromatica dalla quale le divide ormai “solo” il colore.

Ad oggi, le figure stanno invece scomparendo dai dipinti e lo spazio cromatico ne rimane da solo ad impressionarci. Even the surface of a reduced almost to a monochrome picture can tell of loneliness. Following his insights on the topic also come to understand the positive aspects of loneliness, che possono aiutare a conoscerci e capire noi stessi.

Per esprimere meglio sé stessa ha iniziato dal 2014 a dipingere il suo Diario intitolato “Adesso poteva essere l‘incontro". A diary is always a very personal matter and usually invites readers or viewers to compare what they see with their own experience. Nel Diario di Zuzana Pernicová si mescolano le vicende quotidiane con la ricerca della propria identità, i ricordi con il riflettere sull’importanza della memoria, ma si mescola anche il proprio bilancio personale con il pensiero dei rapporti famigliari e collettivi…

di Hana Krenkova

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Zuzka Pernicová and solitude without God

(Tratto dalla presentazione di Martina Cavallarin)

The young artist of the Czech Republic draws and paints, it does so methodically and obsession, fill and fills thousands of pages of notebooks of small and medium-sized tell stories. Stories absolute, no time, rootless, yet perfectly shared by each of us. The narrative flows always on the edge of a suspended time in which situations are residual memory, scenes of real life from her and the other out of her. A bed and a person lying, a church and its symbols, crowds of pilgrims, hands on faces desperate for a succession of melancholy and deep tones of gray tells of suspended lives and lives on hold. It then tracks of any existence in which normality is investigated in a tone of complaint to lose the grid of conformity and approval, and lead to other possibilities.

His painting is slow and studied, Sudden, Accelerated, suspended and contemplative. The consequence, in the vision of his paintings, It is a contraction of space and time, an accent that moves by the impression effect in a vertigo of short circuits that only a contemporary art practice exploratory and determined, accentuated, can intercept. This is an increase of mental and emotional vibration that involves all its individual field to pace gradually in the collective sphere, in a deliberately oscillating movement and free, which it takes place over a tactile dilated, where possible a sprint forward and the recovery of previous memories, suspension contemplative event and the acceleration of real contingencies…

Zuzka Pernicová is a manufacturer of contemporary painting, where this, to continue to find meaning and significance, It makes use of the admixture of ancient technique and restored worldview.
The aim is to build environments, inner situations, motions and introspective spaces that stimulate unsettling similarities than one way to travel, see, bite and smell the reality. Urging, and at the same time alerting, visual perception and the steps mnemonics.

Martina Cavallarin

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