MEETING A JAPANESE GIRL… NEW VIDEO AND HAIKU CARD BY M.YARDEN, R.ALBORGHETTI & E.MALHI

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Artwork: MITRANI YARDEN

 

Words:  ROBERTO ALBORGHETTI

 

Videoclip created and produced

by MITRANI YARDEN & ROBERTO ALBORGHETTI

 

Soundtrack: EYLON MALHI (“Sneaking Flute”)

 

From the forthcoming Collection & Project (HOPES)

 

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ABOUT MITRANI YARDEN (OFFICIAL WEBSITE)

 

ABOUT ROBERTO ALBORGHETTI (OFFICIAL BLOGSITE)

 

EYLON MALHI AT SOUNDCLOUD

UPWARD AND OVER / 19 ABSTRACTS FROM A GARBAGE CONTAINER…

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19 abstract photos from a big waste-container… Artworks by Roberto Alborghetti for its “Lacer/actions” project-research about decomposed publicity posters, natural cracks and scratches, urban and industrial matters. Soundtrack: “Upward and Over” by Matthew Robertson, Mike Reed.

© ROBERTO ALBORGHETTI - LACER/ACTIONS, 2015

© ROBERTO ALBORGHETTI – LACER/ACTIONS, 2015

 

“THERE’S SOME CHAOS…”: MY ABSTRACT WORK INSPIRING IN ITALY AN ALL DAY DEDICATED TO DANCE, MUSIC AND VISUAL ARTS

 

Roberto Alborghetti, There is some chaos, but with a focal point, 2010, Exclusively for Permanent Collection  of Contemporary Art

Roberto Alborghetti, There is some chaos, but with a focal point, 2010, Exclusively for Permanent Collection of Contemporary Art

This artwork titled “There is some chaos, but with a focal point” (“C’è del caos ma con un punto focale”) – abstract photo on canvas (42 x 62) I “captured” in Milan during a cloudy day on December 2010 – is displayed since April 2013 at the Permanent Collection of Contemporary Art, in Mercatello S/M, Pesaro Urbino, Marche  (Italy). Now the composition and its concept were chosen as the official name of a day (August 10) of events about dance, music and visual arts promoted by InDialogo. Such an honour for me!

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Two years ago I was so proud to donate my “Chaos” work to the Permanent Collection in Marche accepting the invitation from the curator, artist and sculptor Pasquale Martini, who had the way to view some of my abstract works focusing his attention on an image that, according to Martini, depicts and interprets the sense of my “Lacer/actions” project-research about decomposed publicity posters, natural cracks and scratches, urban and industrial matters. I’m so glad to be part of this Permanent Collection gathering pieces from national and international artists who are developing new forms and expressions in modern art.

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Roberto Alborghetti, The Official Catalogue of the Permanent Collection  of Contemporary Art

Roberto Alborghetti, The Official Catalogue of the Permanent Collection of Contemporary Art

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Roberto Alborghetti, The Official Catalogue of the Permanent Collection of Contemporary Art

DRAGOONS, ALIENS, MONSTERS AND GHOSTS…: ABSTRACTS FROM LAMEZIA TERME STREETS (THE VIDEOCLIP)

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These images aren’t paintings, but abstract photos of the world around us. They were taken from poles along the streets in Lamezia Terme (Italy). They are part of Roberto Alborghetti ‘s project and research (called “Lacer/actions”) about decomposed publicity posters, natural cracks and scratches, urban and industrial matters. Soundtrack: Crossing Destiny, Audiomachine.

© Roberto Alborghetti - Lacer/actions, 2015

© Roberto Alborghetti – Lacer/actions, 2015

WHEN NATURAL DECOMPOSITION AND LIMESTONE “PAINT” CERAMICS AS EXTRAORDINARY MASTERPIECES OF CONTEMPORARY ART / THE PHOTOGALLERY

A few weeks ago in Vietri, the Amalfi Coast town (Italy) famous for its wonderful ceramics, my eyes have been attracted by an unusual and spectacular corrosion. The surface of a fountain, not far from the beach, showed an exceptional cracking. The blue ceramic, of which the structure was made, had undergone a process of deterioration caused by weather, moisture, salt and limestone. So, for my “Lacer/actions” project I produced several shots at the decomposed parts of the ceramic fountain that now, even through its alteration of colors and materials, does not hide colors and designs of great impact . And this video shows them… Pure random abstract from reality. Warning: THEY ‘RE NOT PAINTINGS OR DIGITALLY MADE WORKS!!!

WATCH THE CLIP:

https://youtu.be/RKMUPpy34AY

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Qualche settimana fa a Vietri, località della Costiera amalfitana famosa per le sue ceramiche,lo sguardo è caduto su una inusuale e spettacolare corrosione. La superficie di una fontana poco distante dalla spiaggia presentava delle eccezionali screpolature decomposte. La ceramica azzurra, di cui la struttura era fatta, aveva subito un processo di deterioramento causato dal tempo, dall’umidità, dalla salsedine e dal calcare.

Ho prodotto diversi scatti, presso le parti decomposte della fontana in ceramica che ora, pur attraverso la sua alterazione di colori e materiali, non nasconde tinte e disegni di grande impatto. E questo video lo dimostra… Pure immagini astratte.  Attenzione!!! NON SONO DIPINTI O COMPOSIZIONI DIGITALI!!! 

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PICTURES FROM MY EXHIBITION @ THE ROMANESQUE MONUMENT IN LENNO ON LAKE COMO (ITALY)

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ROBERTO ALBORGHETTI @ COLORS OF AN APOCALYPSE SHOW – ROBERTO ALBORGHETTI, COLORI DI UN’APOCALISSE 2015

My solo exhibition – “Colors Of An Apocalypse 2015 / The Decomposed Publicity Posters″ – is running at the Romanesque Baptistery on Lake Como, Italy (July 3-4-5)  in the beautiful and medieval Lenno (but its origins are from Roman times!). The octagonal Baptistery and its enchanting structure are giving strenght and evocative power to my exhibition which is displaying 25 works from my “Lacer/actions” project. Each artwork is introduced by a phrase  from “The Apocalypse of John”. Images and words to suggest a trip through hopes and tragedies of human life and beings. These some pictures from the opening day (yesterday)

 

  • Opening Hours / Friday July 5: h.4-10 pm; Saturday 4 and Sunday 5: 10am-12am; 2,30 pm-10 pm. Venue: St. John Baptistery, Piazza XI Febbraio, Lenno (Comune Tremezzina), Lake Como
  • Aperture mostra: venerdi 5 Luglio 2015, ore 16-22. Nelle giornate di sabato 4 e domenica 5 luglio: 10-12, 14,30 – 22,00. Il Battistero di San Giovanni si trova in Piazza XI Febbraio.

THE APOCALYPSE ACCORDING TO THE COLORS: WELCOME TO MY EXHIBIT @ THE ROMANESQUE BAPTISTERY IN LENNO, LAKE COMO (ITALY)

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BROWSE THE FREE CATALOGUE OF THE EXHIBITION:

  • Opening Hours / Friday July 5: h.4-10 pm; Saturday 4 and Sunday 5: 10am-12am; 2,30 pm-10 pm. Venue: St. John Baptistery, Piazza XI Febbraio, Lenno (Comune Tremezzina), Lake Como
  • Aperture mostra: venerdi 5 Luglio 2015, ore 16-22. Nelle giornate di sabato 4 e domenica 5 luglio: 10-12, 14,30 – 22,00. Il Battistero di San Giovanni si trova in Piazza XI Febbraio.

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