Cracks is part of Roberto Alborghetti’s Lacer/actions project-research about decomposed publicity posters, natural crevices and scratches, urban and industrial matters… This clip is dedicated to the wonderful world of cracks magnifications. The images are not paintings or digitally made works, but abstract photos of the reality. And of the cracks around us… The wonderful quote is from “Anthem”, great track by Leonard Cohen. Clip by Roberto Alborghetti.
“Don’t they ever stop migrating?”
(Annie Hayworth, “The Birds” by Alfred Hitchcock, 1963)
Video by ROBERTO ALBORGHETTI, 2015
By Roberto Alborghetti – Mitrani Yarden
HOPES was born in a rainy night, in Florence, during a long talk…
We were both thinking about life, world, art, fashion, design…
We asked ouselves about a possible way to say, to communicate, to do, to express and to make something new… for us, for the others, for the people. For the world.
So we dreamed…
HOPES is a first answer to our dreams.
HOPES is an open space for freedom.
HOPES is the place where we want to build our opportunities.
HOPES is the name of a new collection.
HOPES is visual art.
HEPES is music.
HOPES is where we’ll tell our creativity.
HOPES is the garden where we’ll see growing up our projects.
HOPES is the story of our goals, events and meetings.
HOPES is a point of views and visions.
HOPES is a trip throughout the different languages of art expression.
HOPES is on open space: join us and share your art, your creativity and your dreams…
© Roberto Alborghetti
During a recent visit to Cesenatico – beautiful Italian town on Adriatic Coast, internationally famous for its wonderful Port Channel designed by Leonardo Da Vinci – I was captured by a sort of “open air art installation”… It showed incredible colors that I immediately fixed on my camera for my “Lacer/actions” research about torn posters and urban signs.
As you may see in this photogallery, I took pictures from a disfigured traffic sign. It was located in the centre of the town. I was really struck by the way the passage of times (and the works on the street) attacked it ruthlessly…
Yes, that defaced traffic sign may be considered an example of some human uneasiness (and the fact that passers-by didn’t noticed it at all, confirms my thought)… So, enjoy some abstract images from this spontaneous and public art installation in which it’s possible to trace colors and shapes reminding us some modern art streams … BUT they are natural, realistic, random and not manipulated images, as all the 80.000 pics I took so far for my project…
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