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Arid Rain By Stefano Losi
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“Arid Rain” provides an overview of the art and poetry of Stefano Losi, introduced by a foreword by art critic and historian Renato Miracco. The author’s art project, developed... More > between Milan, London, and New York since the early 1990's, uniquely combines on linen dramatic studies of the human figure and an epigrammatic poetry. The author’s classical training and Mediterranean culture continue to emerge as a reference in his visual works, yet with a clear contemporary sensitivity. Writer Marco Mathieu captured its essence as “Timeless. On the contrary, inside time. And beyond… Significant. Blunt. Stirring, most of all… Intensity, liberty. And love.” The poetry, regenerating the classical neoteric Latin school, intends indeed to foreground different interpretative perspectives as an attempt to frame the terms of contemporary social debate, facing crucial themes as liberty and love, essential constitutive personal element, but formidable tension in a political dimension.< Less
Arid Rain By Stefano Losi
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“Arid Rain” provides an overview of the art and poetry of Stefano Losi, introduced by a foreword by art critic and historian Renato Miracco. The author’s art project, developed... More > between Milan, London, and New York since the early 1990's, uniquely combines on linen dramatic studies of the human figure and an epigrammatic poetry. The author’s classical training and Mediterranean culture continue to emerge as a reference in his visual works, yet with a clear contemporary sensitivity. Writer Marco Mathieu captured its essence as “Timeless. On the contrary, inside time. And beyond… Significant. Blunt. Stirring, most of all… Intensity, liberty. And love.” The poetry, regenerating the classical neoteric Latin school, intends indeed to foreground different interpretative perspectives as an attempt to frame the terms of contemporary social debate, facing crucial themes as liberty and love, essential constitutive personal element, but formidable tension in a political dimension.< Less
Under the Burnt Walls By Stefano Losi
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“Timeless. On the contrary, inside time. And beyond. It rains this light rain of words. Significant. Blunt. Stirring, most of all. / And then the images, evoked, drawn, painted. Strokes and... More > shadows. Black. Intensity, liberty. And love. Thank you Stefano.” Marco Mathieu, Writer and Journalist (“La Repubblica”) - Milan (Italy) / “Violent Dances Fade” (Libertarian Poetical Fragments) is a visual arts and poetry project born in Milan in 1996, further developed in London and currently active in New York. Violent Dances Fade intends to foreground different interpretative perspectives as an attempt to frame the terms of social debate. And the admission of the adoption of ethical assumptions becomes unavoidable, as the faced themes are liberty and love, essential constitutive personal element, but formidable tension in a political dimension. "Under the Burnt Walls" is a collection of thirty epigrams and paintings issued in 2010, with a foreword by Antonio Maria Costa.< Less
Under the Burnt Walls By Stefano Losi
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“Timeless. On the contrary, inside time. And beyond. It rains this light rain of words. Significant. Blunt. Stirring, most of all. / And then the images, evoked, drawn, painted. Strokes and... More > shadows. Black. Intensity, liberty. And love. Thank you Stefano.” Marco Mathieu, Writer and Journalist (“La Repubblica”) - Milan (Italy) / “Violent Dances Fade” (Libertarian Poetical Fragments) is a visual arts and poetry project born in Milan in 1996, further developed in London and currently active in New York. Violent Dances Fade intends to foreground different interpretative perspectives as an attempt to frame the terms of social debate. And the admission of the adoption of ethical assumptions becomes unavoidable, as the faced themes are liberty and love, essential constitutive personal element, but formidable tension in a political dimension. "Under the Burnt Walls" is a collection of thirty epigrams and paintings issued in 2010, with a foreword by Antonio Maria Costa.< Less